Here you'll find all the information and handbooks you'll need, and more!
Bullying – Zero-Tolerance Policy
This community takes bullying and the act of bullying very seriously. Remember, there is always a fine line between having ‘banter’ with someone and bullying. Always make sure you know where the line is. The community, members and management are expected to have a zero-tolerance policy on bullying and therefore anyone who breaks this expectation will be removed and dealt with accordingly. Further action may be taken by the GreatBritish RP Community Managers at their discretion.
You should read this prior to your interview, that way you'll know what is expected of you as an officer joining the Met Police!
This covers all the basics of the job, you should read this over at least once to make sure you understand the job. This will also prepare you for your interview into the job.
Here you'll find the full list of punishable crimes and fines within GreatBritish RP.
It's important you have the right tools for the job, not only for your safety but for those around you.
Communication is key. Make sure you've got your radio system set up correctly in order to correctly communicate with the right teams.
Meet force with force the right way. No one likes an extra hole or two where it shouldn't be.
RT. The biggest division in the Met PD. Focused on responding to civilian calls, looking after the general public and assisting at crime scenes, robberies and pursuits. RT are a vital part of the police and include some of the best officers on the force.
The SCO19 team are an integral part of the police department. These officers risk their lives on the front line responding to any calls that involve weapons, and large violence.
RPU focus on the patrolling and protecting the motorways and larger arterial routes throughout the City.
Providing the eyes in the skies, this unit allows officers to stay at a safe distance whilst still providing vital information on the scene. Our helicopter has been tuned to keep up with the fastest pursuits; with a new quieter engine system, it's harder to hear in the skies.
This will walk you through the steps to training and teaching all new officers the ropes. This should be looked at alongside the Interview and Training checklist.
This will show you all the ranks and people currently in command positions.