Introduction
MPD 1800-1860
MPD 1861 - 1865
MPD 1866 - 1899
MPD 1900 - 1909
MPD 1910 - 1919
MPD 1920 - 1929
MPD 1930 - 1939
MPD 1940 - 1949
MPD 1950 - 1959
MPD 1960 - 1969
MPD 1970 - 1979
MPD 1980 - 1989
MPD 1990 - 1999
MPD 2000 - 2009
MPD 2010 -2014
MPD 2015 to Current
D.C. "The City"
MPD Police Academy
MPD's Police Chief's
MPD Police Week
MPD's Fallen Heroes
MPD's Warriors
MPD & The President
DC-Assassinations
MPD's   Detectives
MPD Homicide Units
MPD's  S.O.D.
MPD's C.D.U.
MPD Harbor Unit
MPD K-9 Units
MPD Mounted Unit
MPD's Bomb Squad
MPD Communications
MPD's Current Fleet
MPD's Past Fleet
MPD's Motorcycle Unit
MPD's Bicycle Unit
MPD Air Support
MPD's Reserve Force
MPD's Irish History
MPD's  Afr. Amer
MPD Females
MPD's Facilities
MPD Call Box's
MPD Property Div...
MPD  Patrol Badges
MPD Rank Badges
MPD Hat Badges
MPD Obsolete Badges 
MPD Trad. Badge
MPD Inaugural Badge
MPD Spec. Evt Badge
MPD Current Patches
MPD  Obsolete Patches
MPD Novelty Patches
MPD Genealogy
MPD Families
MPD Group Photos
MPD  Inaugurations
MPD Fraternal Org's
My MPD Collection
MPD Memorial 
Site Acknowledgments

Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police                          M.P.D.
                 Motorcycle  Unit
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A very happy looking M.P.D. Chaplin
MOTORCYCLE UNIT
A very happy looking Chaplin
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1980's Mike Dickson of the M.P.D.
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MPD's 1941 Traffic Unit
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Blacksheep Productions
Chief Wilson along with members of the Motorcycle Unit in 1971
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Photo provided by the M.P.D.
2013- Lt. Glover (far right) Commanding Officer of the M.P.D.C. Motor unit stands tall with some of his men in Pennsylvania where flight 93 went down on 9-11
Who were, "The Wild Bunch" ??
December, 2014
Lt. Robert Glover (Now Captain) - O.I.C. of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Motorcycle Unit
Home of Todays M.P.D.C. Motorcycle
Metropolitan Motorcycles in Modern Times
The Good Old Days..........
Flashbacks...
Back to Modern Times...
Lieutenant Robert  Glover M.P.D.C.
Lt. Glover is currently the leader of the M.P.D.C. Motor Unit. this assignment has many responsibilities from basic traffic to escorting the President of the United States throughout the greater D.C. area.
Officer William Gately demonstrating some of his unique motor skills. (Photo provided the son of William Gately )
2017