IS BEING THERE FOR OTHER PEOPLE
Keeping people safe. Being there when no-one else is. For the vulnerable, the young. Making decisions that help change lives. That change our lives, too. Tackling drugs and gangs, becoming an expert in fraud or public order. Being part of one big family. Everyone on team, working together. Doing something real. And proud to do it.
Ask any of us why we became police officers in the Met and we’ll all have different reasons. But it all boils down to this: to do something real and make a difference.
Being a full-time officer isn't for everyone. But you can still make a valuable contribution to London by volunteering for the Met as a special constable. To find out more, visit our Special Constable pages on our careers site.
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Our mission is to make life in London safer for all the people we serve. Find out how we're achieving this in a city that's home to millions.
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