Metropolitan Police

Our analysis reveals how the UK's biggest police force is contributing to racist narratives about the criminality of Black people.
A serving Metropolitan Police officer was arrested on Tuesday night in connection with the 33-year-old's disappearance.
The 33-year-old has been missing since departing her friend’s house in Clapham, south London, on March 3.
The 33-year-old went missing on March 3 after leaving a friend's house in Clapham, south London.
David Smith, 20, was stopped and searched by Metropolitan Police officers in east London.
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The child was grabbed by an unknown man in Camberwell, south-east London, in October.
The Met Police appeal comes after a man was charged with the murder of Tiparat Argatu in east London.
Penalties of £200 issued for getting a trim from a barber while on duty.
Dozens of people attempted to flee following the arrival of the police by scaling fences.
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.