Metropolitan Police Service

The Metropolitan Police Service is the main police force serving Greater London.[1]

People

List of Commissioners

  • Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Charles Rowan (1829–1850)
  • Sir Richard Mayne (1829–1868)
  • Captain William Hay (1850–1855)
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Douglas Labalmondière (acting) (1868–1869)
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Edmund Henderson (1869–1886)
  • Major-General Sir Charles Warren (1886–1888)
  • James Monro (1888–1890)
  • Colonel Sir Edward Bradford (1890–1903)
  • Sir Edward Henry (1903–1918)
  • General Sir Nevil Macready (1918–1920)
  • Brigadier-General Sir William Horwood (1920–1928)
  • General The Viscount Byng of Vimy (1928–1931)
  • Marshal of the Royal Air Force The Lord Trenchard (1931–1935)
  • Air Vice-Marshal Sir Philip Game (1935–1945)
  • Sir Harold Scott (1945–1953)
  • Sir John Nott-Bower (1953–1958)
  • Sir Joseph Simpson (1958–1968)
  • Sir John Waldron (1968–1972)
  • Sir Robert Mark (1972–1977)
  • Sir David McNee (1977–1982)
  • Sir Kenneth Newman (1982–1987)
  • Sir Peter Imbert (1987–1993)
  • Sir Paul Condon (1993–2000)
  • Sir John Stevens (2000–2005)
  • Sir Ian Blair (2005–2008)
  • Sir Paul Stephenson (2009[2]-2011)
  • Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe (2011-[3]

Management Board (May 2010)

  • Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson
  • Deputy Commissioner Tim Godwin
  • Assistant Commissioner Ian McPherson - responsible for Territorial Policing
  • Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick - responsible for the Specialist Crime Directorate
  • Assistant Commissioner John Yates - responsible for Specialist Operations
  • Assistant Commissioner Chris Allison - responsible for Central Operations
  • Martin Tiplady - Director of Human Resources
  • Anne McMeel - Director of Resources
  • Dick Fedorcio - Director of Public Affairs and Internal Communication
  • Ailsa Beaton - Director of Information[4]

External resources

Notes

  1. About the Metropolitan Police Service, Metropolitan Police Service, accessed 29 May 2010.
  2. Time Line, Metropolitan Police], accessed 29 May 2010.
  3. Time Line 2010-Present, Metropolitan Police, accessed 21 November 2011.
  4. Leadership - MPS Management Board, Metropolitan Police Service, accessed 29 May 2010.
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