Warning from former police chiefs comes amid inquiry into British link to Brussels and Paris jihadists
An additional 1,500 firearms officers to be funded in England and Wales
Metropolitan Police policy to automatically believe abuse complaints may come to an end
Family says questions over why authorities were unaware of Arnis Zalkalns's murderous past must be answered
Couple 'in a state' after discovering dead body wrapped in sheets and placed in floating suitcase
Officers investigating alleged 1970s 'VIP paedophile ring' appeal for information on Pimlico estate popular with MPs
Police investigating three alleged murders linked to Westminster paedophile ring 30 years ago
Detectives investigating alleged historic child abuse given information about 'possible homicide'
System analyses intelligence from social networks and past offences to forecast who will commit crimes in the future
Former Met detective believes his 1998 inquiry into abuse was 'all too uncomfortable to a lot of people'
Former chief whip Andrew Mitchell wants Scotland Yard to release the details of internal investigation
Report hears that figure fiddling is 'rife' in London as Met Police officers chase performance targets
New information and 'targeted' trawl through mobile phone data raises hopes of breakthrough
Police under fire for basing inquiry on hearsay of 'erratic' soldier who claimed SAS were behind her death
Footballer and two other men, said to be a cousin and friend, held after complaint to Kent police
Aussie stopped the 2012 Boat Race. Now, he says, the Met wants to help him protest at this weekend's race
Undercover police at Scotland Yard have been accused of stealing the identities of dead children
Recruitment shake-up means outsider could lead London police in 'years rather than decades'
Mayor of London to look at radical proposal to save money by moving police station front counters
Radical cleric, newly released from prison, is not happy in his £400,000 house in Wembley