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The London Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) is the police force responsible for law enforcement in Greater London

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Background imagePolice Collection: Wembley Cup Final 1935 EPW046905

Wembley Cup Final 1935 EPW046905
WEMBLEY STADIUM, London. An aerial view of the Wembley Cup Final 1935. A Metropolitan Police Autogyro (Cierva C-30) monitors security at the match between Sheffield Wednesday

Background imagePolice Collection: Wembley Cup Final 1923 EPW008545

Wembley Cup Final 1923 EPW008545
WEMBLEY STADIUM, London. The first Wembley FA Cup Final was marked by disorderly scenes. Before the match a massive crowd outside the stadium rushed the gates

Background imagePolice Collection: Pink Floyds Inflatable Pig Battersea Power Station

Pink Floyds Inflatable Pig Battersea Power Station
A 40-foot long inflatable pig suspended between two of the chimneys at Battersea Power Station, London, during a photoshoot for the cover of Pink Floyds album Animals, 6th November 1976

Background imagePolice Collection: Too Many Cooks by Lawson Wood

Too Many Cooks by Lawson Wood
A policeman on the beat around a smart London square appears to be blissfully unaware of the cooks emerging from each house to gaze adoringly at him

Background imagePolice Collection: Woman police officer attending an accident

Woman police officer attending an accident where a man appears to have fallen off a ladder. She is speaking into her hand-held radio. Date: circa 1970s

Background imagePolice Collection: Police Officer London

Police Officer London
Police officer on duty in London with a George Vi helmet plate Metropolitan Police

Background imagePolice Collection: The Great Train Robbery: aftermath & reportage, 1963

The Great Train Robbery: aftermath & reportage, 1963
" The most daring and fruitful mail robbery in English History" : a page from The Illustrated London News, detailing the aftermath of the Great Train Robbery of 8th August 1963

Background imagePolice Collection: EMMELINE PANKHURST (1858-1928). English woman-suffrage advocate. Mrs

EMMELINE PANKHURST (1858-1928). English woman-suffrage advocate. Mrs. Pankhurst arrested outside Buckingham Palace, London, while trying to present a petition to King George V, 21 May 1914

Background imagePolice Collection: Police Public Call Box in the snow, London

Police Public Call Box in the snow, London
A Police Public Call Box, on a London street on a snowy day. The Metropolitan Police introduced police boxes throughout the London area between 1928 and 1937

Background imagePolice Collection: Folly Ditch, Jacobs Island, (c1878). Creator: Unknown

Folly Ditch, Jacobs Island, (c1878). Creator: Unknown
Folly Ditch, Jacobs Island, (c1878). Jacobs Island, a notorious slum on the south bank of the River Thames in Bermondsey, London, was made famous in Charles Dickenss novel Oliver Twist

Background imagePolice Collection: The London School of Economics

The London School of Economics (and Political Science) (the LSE ) - east frontage of the main buildings

Background imagePolice Collection: Sir Robert Peel, c. 1846

Sir Robert Peel, c. 1846
Engraving of Sir Robert Peel (1788-1850), the English statesman and Prime Minister. Peel was a Conservative MP who held strong views on Irish Catholicism and Free Trade vs Protectionism

Background imagePolice Collection: Cid Officers as Dockers

Cid Officers as Dockers
C.I.D officers cunningly disguised as dockers during investigations into drug smugglers at Limehouse Docks, London. One man (r) has a hook for a hand

Background imagePolice Collection: Policeman on BSA motorcycle, London

Policeman on BSA motorcycle, London
A Metropolitan Police officer riding a BSA motorcycle in London. The BSA could travel at up to 70 miles per hour

Background imagePolice Collection: Police Officers London

Police Officers London
Police officers wearing old and new uniforms. On left wearing 1980 uniform, on right the old from the period 1959-1980 Metropolitan Police in London near Houses of Parliament

Background imagePolice Collection: Emmeline Pankhurst

Emmeline Pankhurst a suffragette, on her way to Cannon Row after smacking Inspector Jarviss face. 1909

Background imagePolice Collection: Metropolitan Police officers, Battle of Cable Street

Metropolitan Police officers, Battle of Cable Street
Metropolitan Police officers attempt to dismantle a barricade set up by anti-fascist demonstrators in the East End of London

Background imagePolice Collection: Please, Mr Policeman, where is Father Christmas by Matania

Please, Mr Policeman, where is Father Christmas by Matania
In the centre of London, close to Piccadilly Circus, two children stop a policeman from directing traffic to ask him where Father Christmas is

Background imagePolice Collection: Olympic Henley

Olympic Henley
Street decorations in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, as the town hosts the rowing events of the London Olympic Games, July 1908. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imagePolice Collection: The battle of Cable Street, 4 October 1936 (b / w photo)

The battle of Cable Street, 4 October 1936 (b / w photo)
5987094 The battle of Cable Street, 4 October 1936 (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The battle of Cable Street, 4 October 1936)

Background imagePolice Collection: Films Carry On Screaming Film 1966 Filming at Pinewood Studios Fenella Fielding as

Films Carry On Screaming Film 1966 Filming at Pinewood Studios Fenella Fielding as Virula smoulders with passion after kissing Harry H Corbett playing Police Sergeant Sydney Bung - Sgt Sydney Bung

Background imagePolice Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20104994

EyeUbiquitous_20104994
England, London, Westminster, New Scotland Yard building headquarters of the Metropolitan Police Service in 8-10 Broadway

Background imagePolice Collection: Winston Churchill at Sidney Street Siege, East London

Winston Churchill at Sidney Street Siege, East London
Winston Churchill, then Home Secretary, with a group of policemen during the Siege of Sidney Street in Stepney, East London, on 3 January 1911. Date: 1911

Background imagePolice Collection: Skinny-Dippers

Skinny-Dippers
A British policewoman chasing after a group of naked street boys by the Serpentine in Hyde Park, London. (Photo by Reg Speller/Getty Images)

Background imagePolice Collection: White Horse Final

White Horse Final
Mounted policemen control the crowds overflowing onto the pitch before the FA Cup Final between West Ham United and Bolton Wanderers at Wembley Stadium

Background imagePolice Collection: Catford Police Station with officers posing outside

Catford Police Station with officers posing outside
Catford Police Station in south east London with officers posing outside. Date: 1850

Background imagePolice Collection: Detective Sergeant George Carter (left played by Dennis Waterman

Detective Sergeant George Carter (left played by Dennis Waterman) and Detective Inspector John " Jack" Regan (right played by John Thaw)

Background imagePolice Collection: Four early women police officers in uniform, WW1

Four early women police officers in uniform, WW1
Four early women police officers in uniform, in the street outside the Women Police Service building, London, on duty during the First World War. Date: 1914-1918

Background imagePolice Collection: British Army Captain Chris Goddard, left, and Cpl Gary Fisher check out the Second

British Army Captain Chris Goddard, left, and Cpl Gary Fisher check out the Second World War German bomb they had just made safe on a building site beside Tower Bridge, London

Background imagePolice Collection: A scene from the Ladykillers (1955)

A scene from the Ladykillers (1955)
shot at the Gasholders near Kings Cross Station, in London

Background imagePolice Collection: Multi service emergency vehicles

Multi service emergency vehicles and their personnel

Background imagePolice Collection: Baton Charge

Baton Charge
6th May 1926: Police beginning a baton charge on demonstrating strikers at Walworth, South London during the General Strike. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imagePolice Collection: Seven women police officers in netball team

Seven women police officers in netball team
Seven women police officers in the 1954 Met Police netball team, posing with a ball and a netball post. They include Heather Walker, Nora Blacklock, June Barrett and Pat Stacke. Date: 1954

Background imagePolice Collection: Charing Cross Hospital, Agar Street, London

Charing Cross Hospital, Agar Street, London
Charing Cross Hospital, Agar Street, near the Strand, London (now Charing Cross Police Station). Date: circa 1905

Background imagePolice Collection: The Salvation Army Riots at Worthing, Sussex

The Salvation Army Riots at Worthing, Sussex
These images show the Skeleton Army, opponents of the Salvation Army organised by those interested in Sunday drinking, rioting against one of the Salvation Armys religious Sunday processions

Background imagePolice Collection: Major fire in Wandsworth Road, Clapham SW8

Major fire in Wandsworth Road, Clapham SW8
London firefighters and the London Salvage Corps (in the long coats) at the scene of a fire involving shops and dwellings in Wandsworth Road, Clapham, SW8, on 9 September 1959

Background imagePolice Collection: London Division front row prepares to scrum against the All Blacks in 1979

London Division front row prepares to scrum against the All Blacks in 1979
Rugby Union - 1979 New Zealand Tour of England, Scotland and Italy - London Division 18 New Zealand 21 The London front row prepares for a scrum at Twickenham

Background imagePolice Collection: Met Police officers during Grunwick dispute

Met Police officers during Grunwick dispute
Two Metropolitan Police officers relax on deckchairs in The Mall, Central London, waiting for a political demonstration over the Grunwick dispute to begin

Background imagePolice Collection: Compton and Edrich leave the Oval pitch, 1953

Compton and Edrich leave the Oval pitch, 1953
Photograph showing the two English batsman, Denis Compton and Bill Edrich, leaving the pitch at the Oval Cricket Ground, London, 19th August 1953

Background imagePolice Collection: Anti Fruit Throwing Sign

Anti Fruit Throwing Sign
Metropolitan Police notice warning against throwing or despositing orange peel, banana or other fruit skins in the street in London

Background imagePolice Collection: Police in London

Police in London
Police officers on the radio in the street in London. Metropolitan Police

Background imagePolice Collection: Police Officer Walking

Police Officer Walking
Metropolitan Police officer pounding the beat in London

Background imagePolice Collection: Peace, Perfect Peace by Heath Robinson

Peace, Perfect Peace by Heath Robinson. Being the Morning after the Night Before. The aftermath of energetic peace celebrations to mark the end of the First World War

Background imagePolice Collection: St Pauls Cathedral and a Sergeant of City of London Police

St Pauls Cathedral and a Sergeant of City of London Police Date: circa 1950

Background imagePolice Collection: Cable Street demonstration 1936

Cable Street demonstration 1936
Anti-fascist crowds, some giving the Communist clenched fist salute, gather round a tram in the East End of London. A very large crowd gathered to protest against the proposed march by Sir Oswald

Background imagePolice Collection: Policeman at a police call box

Policeman at a police call box
A policeman on the phone at a police public call box on a London street

Background imagePolice Collection: Police Public Call Box, London

Police Public Call Box, London
A police officer using a Police Public Call Box on a London street. The Metropolitan Police introduced police boxes throughout the London area between 1928 and 1937

Background imagePolice Collection: Police and Fire Brigade attending a fire at Chelsea FC

Police and Fire Brigade attending a fire at Chelsea FC
Metropolitan Police and London Fire Brigade attending a fire at Chelsea FC. This photograph by Sub-Inspector C R C Turner shows Inspector A J Jones (Officer in Charge) and others at Walham Green



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Police Collection

The London Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) is the police force responsible for law enforcement in Greater London, England and is one of the largest police forces in Europe, with over 43,000 officers and staff. The MPS is responsible for policing an area of approximately 600 square miles and a population of 8.6 million people. The MPS works closely with other agencies such as the British Transport Police and local authorities to ensure public safety throughout London. Its mission is to reduce crime and disorder, protect life and property, maintain public order, prevent crime, investigate offences and bring offenders to justice. The MPS also works hard to build strong relationships with local communities by engaging in activities such as neighbourhood policing schemes that help build trust between police officers and members of the public.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Police collection is a range of high-quality prints and wall art available from Media Storehouse. Our collection features stunning images of the police force in London, capturing their bravery and dedication to keeping the city safe. Customers can choose from a variety of formats, including framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles, and greeting cards. Our collection showcases iconic moments in policing history such as the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace or officers patrolling on horseback through busy streets. These images are perfect for anyone interested in law enforcement or who wants to add a touch of British culture to their home decor. Media Storehouse offers affordable prices for all products in our collection without compromising quality. Each item is carefully crafted using premium materials that will stand the test of time. Whether you're looking for a gift or want to decorate your own space with beautiful artwork celebrating London's finest police force - our collection has something for everyone.
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What are Police (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Police art prints from London, England, United Kingdom and Europe are a collection of high-quality photographic images showcasing the work of police officers in these regions. These prints capture various aspects of police life including their daily duties, training exercises, and community engagement activities. The images are carefully curated to provide an insight into the world of policing and offer a unique perspective on law enforcement. These art prints are perfect for those who have an interest in law enforcement or simply appreciate stunning photography. They can be used to decorate homes or offices and make great gifts for friends or family members who share similar interests. With a wide range of sizes available, there is something to suit every taste and budget. Whether you're looking for a striking image that captures the action-packed nature of police work or something more reflective that highlights the human side of policing, Police art prints from Media Storehouse will not disappoint.
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What Police (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of police art prints from London, England, United Kingdom and Europe. These prints feature iconic images of police officers in action, as well as historic photographs capturing the evolution of law enforcement over time. Some popular options include vintage black and white photos of bobbies on the beat or mounted police patrolling city streets. Other prints showcase modern-day policing techniques such as riot control or counter-terrorism operations. In addition to traditional photographic prints, Media Storehouse also offers a selection of artistic interpretations featuring police themes. These may include stylized illustrations or graphic designs incorporating elements like badges, uniforms, and squad cars. Whether you're looking for a nostalgic reminder of days gone by or an inspiring image celebrating the bravery and dedication of today's law enforcement professionals, we have something to suit your tastes. With high-quality printing and framing options available for every print, you can be sure that your purchase will look great wherever you choose to display it.
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How do I buy Police (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

To buy Police art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our online collection of artwork. Once you have found the print that you like, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information. We offer a wide range of high-quality art prints featuring iconic images of London's police force. Whether you are looking for vintage photographs or contemporary artwork, there is something for everyone in their collection. When purchasing from Media Storehouse, it is important to note that all prints are produced on demand using state-of-the-art printing technology. This ensures that each print is of the highest quality and meets your exact specifications. Buying Police art prints from Media Storehouse is a simple and straightforward process that allows you to enjoy beautiful artwork in your home or office.
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How much do Police (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Police art prints featuring London England United Kingdom Europe. The cost of these prints varies depending on the size and type of print you choose. We have options ranging from small to large sizes, as well as different materials such as canvas or paper. Our prices are competitive and affordable, making it easy for anyone to purchase their favorite Police art print without breaking the bank. Our collection includes iconic images of police officers in action, historic moments in law enforcement history, and stunning landscapes showcasing the beauty of London England United Kingdom Europe. Each print is carefully crafted using high-quality materials to ensure that it lasts for years to come. Whether you're looking for a unique piece of wall art or a gift for someone special, our Police art prints are sure to impress. With so many options available at varying price points, there's something for everyone at Media Storehouse.
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How will my Police (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

We take pride in delivering your Police art prints to you in a timely and secure manner. We use trusted courier services to ensure that your order is delivered safely and efficiently. Once you have placed an order with us, our team will carefully package your chosen artwork to protect it during transit. We offer a range of delivery options depending on your location and the size of your order. For smaller items such as posters or prints, we may use standard postal services while larger items like canvases or framed prints will be shipped via courier. When placing an order with us, please ensure that you provide accurate delivery details including a valid address and contact number so that our couriers can reach you easily. Rest assured that we will do everything possible to get your Police art prints delivered to you quickly and securely.