Metropolitan Police

Baroness Casey's review calls for immediate reform – or for the force to be broken up.
The former prime minister will be grilled by the privileges committee on Wednesday over whether he misled parliament.
Christine Flack said she will not stop campaigning for a more comprehensive apology from the force for the way it dealt with her daughter.
Watchdog launches probe following alleged comments made by Sir Stephen House when he was deputy commissioner of the Met Police.
David Carrick's case is yet another reminder of how much work still needs to be done within the London force.
Yvette Cooper said it was further evidence of "appalling failures" in the police.
"We must ask if the government have the right priorities to tackle this epidemic of violence."
Committee chairman suspended from the parliamentary party "with immediate effect".
Downing Street says "more must be done" to tackle Just Stop Oil.
About Metropolitan Police
The Metropolitan Police Service was founded by Sir Robert Peel in 1829. Today its head is commissioner Cressida Dick. The Met police has recently been subject to controversy over allegations some journalists gave money to police for information during the phone hacking scandal. A force is also known as "the Met", "Met Pol", "MP" and "the MPS" and has more than 31,000 officers together with about 13,000 police staff and 3,700 Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs). The MPS is also being supported by 2,500 volunteer police cadets and more than 5,000 volunteer police officers from the Metropolitan Special Constabulary (MSC) and its Employer Supported Policing (ESP) programme. The Metropolitan Police Services covers an area of 620 square miles and a population of 7.2 million.