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To request an intellectual property (IP) licence or agreement, click ‘Start’ below to complete our quick and simple online form.
Do you need an IP licence?
You’re likely to need a Met IP licence or agreement if you plan to:
- use a trademark belonging to the Met or Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) for any purpose
- request an image or video footage owned by the Met for commercial use
- reproduce an image, document or piece of footage, the copyright for which belongs to the Met or MOPAC, for any purpose
- interview a serving Met officer for commercial purposes, such as research for a book
To find out more, including links to other useful resources, visit our advice page on Using the Met’s IP. Still have questions? Get in touch using the form below.
We’d also be grateful to hear from you if you learn of any person or company misusing a trademark belonging to the Met or MOPAC. Simply click ‘Start’ and complete the relevant parts of the online form.