Central Operations (abbreviated CO) was a major directorate of the London Metropolitan Police Service that provided operational support to the rest of the service. It was commanded by Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, formerly Chief Constable of Surrey Police.
There were many units within Central Operations.
|CO1||Central Operations HQ|
|CO3||Emergency Preparedness Operational Command Unit|
|CO5||Firearms Command Unit|
|CO10||Central Communications Command|
|CO11||Public Order Operational Command Unit (formerly stood for Public Order Intelligence Unit)|
|CO12||2012 Olympics preparation (formerly stood for Public Order Training)|
|CO15||Traffic Operational Command Unit|
|CO16||Traffic Criminal Justice Unit|
|CO19||Specialist Firearms Command|
|CO20||Territorial Support Group|
- Territorial Operations, the predecessor to Central Operations
- "New Assistant Commissioners' roles announced". Metropolitan Police Service. 2011-11-01. Retrieved 2014-05-27.
- "Metropolitan Police Service - Central Operations". Met.police.uk. Retrieved 2009-06-08.
- Minutes of the meeting of the Metropolitan Police Authority held on 29 October 2009
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