CITY OF LONDON POLICE
City of London Police
The City of London Police is the territorial police force responsible for law enforcement within the City of London, including the Middle and Inner Temples, primarily a financial business district (the Square Mile) with a small resident population but a large 483,000 commuting workforce.
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It says itself that it aims to make the City of London safer by
- upholding the law fairly and firmly
- preventing crime and antisocial behaviour
- keeping the peace
- protecting and reassuring the community
- investigating crime and bringing offenders to justice
Headquarters located at the Guildhall with two additional stations at Bishopsgate and Wood Street:
As of 2019, its workforce was made up of 756 full-time police officers and 451 support staff and smaller numbers of special constables, police community support officers, and designated officers. While British police force unforms are broadly similar with white metal badges and buttons, those of the City Police are brass.
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