Not sure how current any of this information is, who or which agencies might still be carrying/using the P99 at the moment, etc.; nothing that's readily available online at the moment in this regard seems to be real current. Some of the others on the forum may be more up to date and can chime in.Cheers for the information
I personally saw the security/police (don't know what organization they are) at the Warsaw airport with P99s in August 2006. Although many of the officers were carrying something older in a big leather holster."Also, Poland is convinced of the advantages of this pistol. After the year 2001, some one thousand pistols were already supplied in the standard version, with the interim plan to equip approximately 100,000 policemen of the country-wide organized Polish units with Walther pistols P99." May 2002
You've stumbled upon a virtual PD using a virtual Walther P99 re-chambered in .45.
That is because they got a huge discount for Glock pistols, parts, and accessories by forcing all officers to use them. That is the only reason why Glocks are so popular in law enforcement in the U.S.I work for a Sheriff's Office in Ohio. I used one until the beginning of the year when they made us all switch to Glocks (communist bastards!)