Metropolitan Police


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Metropolitan Police

Metropolitan Police

n (Brit) the Metropolitan Policela polizia di Londra
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Apply to the Chief Inspector, Metropolitan Police Office, London.
Fogg reached London again, and then impart to him that an agent of the metropolitan police had been following him round the world, and have a good laugh over it?
These gates have no regular guard, but are covered by sentries, who patrol the avenue that encircles the city just within the walls as our metropolitan police patrol their beats.
The offence had been committed within the district, and indeed in the immediate neighborhood of, a very notorious metropolitan police office.
A curt negative was the policeman's reply to that; and if ever I take part in a night assault-at-arms, revolver versus baton, in the back kitchen, I know which member of the Metropolitan Police Force I should like for my opponent.
The Metropolitan Police has also apologised for "shortfalls in this investigation" after the young father was murdered on his doorstep seven months after the attack near his east London home.
September 17 ( ANI ): The Metropolitan Police said that another person has been arrested in connection with the terrorist attack at Parsons Green station.
Mr Marsh said the Metropolitan Police has a responsibility to look after its officers and he would take the issue up with every level of the Met and the London Mayor's Office.
The contract also comprises an upgrade to the way calls are routed and answered in the Metropolitan Police call centres.
Chief executive David Thomas said: "We have acted decisively, launching our own thorough and comprehensive investigation and referring the matter to the Metropolitan Police.
There was a heavy police presence in Grangetown and Riverside last evening - with officers from the Metropolitan Police standing guard.
A statement from the Metropolitan Police said: "Crabb also has links to the British canal system and has in the past sought refuge on barges and may therefore travel throughout the country.

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