Sable, between two demi-elephants statant addorsed, three bamboo trees Or with seven leaves and two leaves erect in base Vert fimbriated of the second, on a chief wavy of the last a mullet of the third.
From a wreath Or and Sable issuing from a wavy bar Celeste, a fasces Proper banded Gules intertwined with a stylized Oriental dragon of the first, armed and eyed Argent with pupil, tail, back spikes and langued of the fourth.
PEACE, JUSTICE, FREEDOM.
The two elephants of equal size symbolize fairness and justice. The elephant, a beast of burden in the Far East, represents the strength and ability of the Battalion to perform its mission. The bamboo tree, with its young shoots and large leaves, alludes to the overall police protection and the training of personnel. The star refers to leadership, guidance, and the high ideals of the unit. The wavy chief represents the unit's overseas service, with its many rivers and waterways of the Far East. Green and yellow are the colors used for the Military Police.
The fasces, an ancient Roman symbol of higher magistrates' authority, is adopted from the Military Police Regimental insignia. It highlights the law enforcement mission of the Military Police to uphold the law and keep order. The red color of the banding on the bundle commemorates the Meritorious Unit Citation the unit earned in the Pacific Theater. The Oriental dragon, a powerful and mythical creature in East Asian culture, represents the Battalion's World War II campaign credit earned for the Asiatic-Pacific Theater. The dragon's colors are adapted from that streamer.
The coat of arms was approved on 13 January 2009.