Military Police Command
The Military Police guard military and certain governmental installations, enforce military law, maintain military discipline, support combat troops, and serve as supplementary police when necessary to maintain public security. The Military Police have five sub-commands and one training center. The Military Police Command has a Department of Political Warfare and offices of Personnel, Intelligence, Police Affairs, Logistics, Planning, Comptroller, Judge Advocates, and General Affairs.
According to some reports the Military Police are no longer used to protect major military and government buildings. In Taipei some of these duties have been taken over by the Marine Corps.
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