Last Updated on 25/02/2023
Full name: Police Regiment Dnipro-1
UA: Полк поліції Дніпро-1 www.facebook.com/polk.dnipro1
April 14, 2014 - today
Special Police Forces
Special Tasks Patrol Police
Regiment Dnipro-1 is a unit of Special Tasks Patrol Police created in April 2014 and was the first volunteer unit formed under the Ministry of Internal Affairs in 2014. Originally formed as a battalion, the unit was accused several times of being a private army of Ukrainian oligarch Kolomoyskyi, who financially supported the battalion until 2017. On September 23, 2014, the battalion was reformed into a regiment.
On December 17, 2022, the Minister of Internal Affairs presented state awards to Ukrainian policemen. Members of Dnipro-1 regiment were among them.
Dnipro-1 regiment’s page has been added to our site. The page contains the unit’s history, equipment, uniforms, and warpath.
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Formed in 2015, the unit is equipped with MT-LBs, BRDM-2s and Varta MRAPs.
The second company of the first battalion.
Formed in 2015, the Dnipro’s aerorozvidka is the only UAV unit within the structure of National Police.
5th Company Donetsk
Originally formed as a standalone Donetsk Battalion, but later reformed into a company under the command of Dnipro-1.
Formed in June 2014.
All images of uniforms listed below are taken from the official social media page of the unit.
Ukrainian digital camouflage used mainly by regular forces of Ukrainian Army but dozens of uniforms found also its way to the volunteer units. It’s the main camouflage of Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Most likely a locally made version of A-TACS. The pattern is not very popular but it’s very effective in rural parts of Ukraine.
Locally made Flecktarn uniform is very popular among volunteers across Ukraine. It’s cheap and widely available. The pattern works well in the various environment.
Locally made Multicam uniform is a cheap and popular variant for soldiers in Ukraine. The camouflage is designed for usage in various environments.
All images of equipment listed below are taken from the official social media page of the unit.
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