Categories: public order
Two men convicted of tragedy chanting following incident at Millwall vs Leicester City match
Met officers have applied recently introduced “tragedy chanting” legislation to convict two Millwall football fans who made deeply offensive gestures during a match against Leicester City earlier this year.
Police prepare to minimise disruption caused by Saturday's protest march
There will be a substantial police presence in the West End to ensure the event takes place safely and that disruption to others is kept to a minimum
Six arrested over plot to disrupt London Stock Exchange
We believe this group was ready to carry out a disruptive and damaging stunt which could have had serious implications had it been carried out successfully.
New appeal images released by Met counter terrorism detectives investigating alleged crimes at protests
We have previously appealed for the public’s help to identify the men. Detectives believe the new images could make it easier for the public to identify the men.
Counter terrorism detectives make arrest following public appeal
Commander Dominic Murphy, head of the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command, said: “Thank you to everyone who responded to our appeal. Public reporting is really helping the Met with its investigations into suspected criminality at protests."
Met officers make record number of arrests to keep London moving
A total of 657 arrests were made over the last five weeks as our officers worked to keep London moving in the face of JSO disruption.
Met releases details of policing operation ahead of further protests
The Met supports the right for people to make their voices heard through protest providing it is done lawfully. However, the law also protects people from racist and religious abuse and prohibits the promotion of terrorism.
UPDATE: Enforcement against those suspected of hate crimes
Since the terrorist attacks on Israel on October 7, Met officers have made a total of 188 arrests relating to public order, hate crime and racially aggravated offences.