Keep up to date with the latest news and information from the Met through our social media channels.
To report crime, contact police by dialing 101. In an emergency, always dial 999. Crime should not be reported through our social media channels.
By ‘liking’ the Met’s Facebook page you will receive updates about our campaigns, appeals, roadshows and more. Our page gives you the opportunity to comment on our stories and provide us with feedback.
Watch videos about a variety of departments within the Met, appeals for information and our role in policing events.
We have more than 300 different Twitter channels with updates from a variety of areas in the Met. Each of the 32 borough policing teams has their own account, providing the local community with news and updates that relate to their borough and local policing teams provide policing updates in your immediate area.
On our Flickr page you will find pictures ranging from photographs of suspects that we want your help to identify; to images of stolen property that we are trying to reunite with its rightful owners.
The Met use Twitter Alerts to notify followers of critical information during major incidents in London.