Strategies Plans and Reports
In keeping with the desire for openness and accountability the Metropolitan Police Service publishes a range of information about its plans and about how it performs in dealing with crime. For a comprehensive list of Met police reports and documents please visit our publication scheme.
Some of the reports are quite large and some are in PDF format. Adobe Acrobat will be required to read PDF files. If you do not already have Adobe Acrobat Reader it is available for free download at Adobe's Website.
Sustainability of Policing Operations for the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games
This report describes how the Metropolitan Police Service addressed sustainability of policing operations during the planning and delivery of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
This strategy outlines what the MPS will be doing to enhance community trust and confidence in the police service, and what we are doing to recruit, retain and progress the best people.
The Policing London Business Plan 2011-14 sets out the strategic intentions of the Metropolitan Police Service over this three-year period under the continued scrutiny of the Mayor's Office for Policing website. To ensure the strategy remains current it will be refreshed on an annual basis. The Annual Policing Plan will then provide the one-year delivery mechanism to achieve the outcomes laid out in the strategy.
- Policing London Business Plan 2011-14 PDF format [809kb]
- Policing London Business Plan 2011-14 Summary PDF format [559Kb]
Please visit our Publication Scheme if you wish to download previous business plans.
The annual report reviews the activity of the Metropolitan Police Service over the past year and details progress against targets that were set in the Policing Plan.
The Metropolitan Police Service publishes detailed figures showing the numbers of various categories of crime committed within its area. The figures are published monthly and give a breakdown for each of the boroughs within London as well as overall totals for the whole MPS area.