ROYAL MILITARY POLICE ACTIVITIES AS PART OF THE IMPLEMENTATION FORCE (IFOR) IN BANJA LUKA AND SIPOVO, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA 1996 [Allocated Title]
Video showing the Royal Military Police, serving with 1st Mechanised Brigade, on patrol in Bosnia and Herzegovina as part of NATO Implementation Force (IFOR).
Banja Luka (a city inhabited largely by Serbs) shown, indicating the low damage sustained during the conflict. Sipovo (in central Bosnia, another Serbian enclave) shown indicating damage to around 50% of its buildings (which the commentary states to be 'caused by the Croatian Army'). Royal Military Police roles described as keeping roads clear, maintaining road signs, policing IFOR troops and promoting communication with local people to help towards improved stability. Interviews in Banja Luka with Corporal Philip Perkins from Weston Super Mare and Corporal Stephen Jones from Swansea.