Officers with the Metropolitan Police are to be quizzed on whether they want to carry a spit guard.
The Government’s refusal to grant a 3% police pay award is a “punch on the nose”, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick said.
Using spit guards on the streets could make police officers more likely to get “a good kicking”, Scotland Yard boss Cressida Dick has said.
Britain’s most senior police officer has said investigators should have access to social media accounts “within minutes”.
The Met’s latest new recruits are ready to tackle crime on London’s streets at a “challenging” time for the force, the head of Scotland Yard said.
Boris Johnson’s controversial comments about Muslim women wearing the burka do not amount to a hate crime, Britain’s most senior police officer has said.
The use of a blanket stop and search power in suspected violent areas of London has increased fourfold in the last year, a police chief has said.