January 18 2011
A number of senior British military officers are worried that the Ministry of Defense will slash the ministry police force to save money, reports London's Daily Telegraph.
The 3,500-strong force protects the U.K.'s nuclear missiles, special operations forces bases and critical energy sites in 86 locations.
According to the Defense Police Federation, officers face cuts of up to a third, since their officers are more expensive to maintain than standard security guards.
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