As Londoners invited in 2022, throughout the capital officers from the Met preserved a noticeable existence throughout the city.
In the lead as much as the New Year’s Eve events, the Met had actually been working carefully with the Mayor’s workplace, British Transport Police (BTP), Westminster City Council and other partners to make certain everybody had a safe night.
Commander Paul Brogden, leading this year’s operation, stated: “Last night’s New Year’s Eve policing operation went to prepare with just some issues appearing. I am delighted to state that the huge bulk of the general public acted the method we anticipated them to, making sound judgment choices to keep themselves and others safe.
” Westminster Bridge, Embankment and the surrounding locations saw crowds collect for a duration throughout the night nevertheless the state of mind was mainly great natured. The Met had considerable resources, consisting of installed officers, focused in such locations to react properly. Somewhere else in the city, we reported a night of low violence.”
Officers went to and provided some closure notifications on 13 UMEs throughout London, generally in South and East London.
As part of the primary policing operation in main London, 7 individuals were jailed.
This was for attack, breach of bail, theft and sexual touching.
Commander Paul Brogden continued: “I wish to thank the numerous officers and personnel who have actually operated in the preparation and shipment of the policing operation and I am grateful to our partners who worked so carefully to support our strategies.
” While the events have actually now ended for another year, our officers will continue their tasks back on the streets working to keep London safe into 2022.”