Metropolitan Police Public Order Operational Command Unit
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|Role||Domestic Public Order and Law Enforcement|
|Chief Superintendent Ian Thomas|
The Public Order Operational Command Unit (CO11) is a Central Operations unit of London's Metropolitan Police Service, the unit is responsible for a series of specialist policing activities, which include:
- Public order and event policing - including Forward Intelligence Teams
- Public order training
- Emergency procedures
- Contingency planning
- Officer safety policy and training
CO11 supports other operational units and borough command units with advice and guidance, including the training arm of the Mounted Branch.
Among the unit's subdivisions are:
- CO11 (7) - Dog Support Unit (DSU)
- "Mounted police get royal seal of approval - News". getsurrey. 2009-01-30. Retrieved 2009-06-08.
- "Equality Impact Assessment - Dogs Coming to Police Notice" (PDF). Metropolitan Police Service. 17 August 2009. Retrieved 12 April 2011.
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