Uniform Dating is owned by Together Networks Holdings Limited. Those working in the army, as nurses or doctors, as firefighters or police, quite often work crazy shifts or are away for a long period of time. As a result, those on Uniform Dating are expected to know exactly what they want.The company already has experience with over 110 million users worldwide. From the moment you first login, you will find that there are a lot of singles, particularly female members.Most people to use Uniform Dating are looking for ‘police dating’ although other frequently searched for terms include ‘dating military’ and army date’.Many women who use the site are specifically looking for firemen, men in uniform or military dating.However, it is possible to search for singles from all around the world.As the name suggests, its main target is professionals who work ‘uniformed’ jobs.There is also the option to search viewing history.
A spokesman confirmed to Mail Online today that an investigation is underway after cops were spotted showing off to prospective online dates in their uniforms, posing next to patrol cars and motorcycles. Mc Carthy, NYPD Deputy Commissioner, said: 'Members of the Police Department are prohibited from posting photographs of themselves in uniform without the prior authorization.There is a wide geographical range that you can choose from, primarily because uniformed professionals may be located in other countries for extended periods of time.There is also a list of ‘admirers’ that you can look through (though these are simply people who have viewed your profile).A public affairs spokesman for the Marine Corps told Mail Online: 'There is nothing against Marines appearing in uniform so long as they do not undermine good order and discipline, bring discredit on the Marine Corps, or violate uniform regulations.The Edinburgh firm, which owns around 30 websites such as and maturedatinguk.com, was forced to tell the stock market it was under scrutiny after shares crashed by as much as 13pc in morning trading.