Last week I wrote about Derbyshire Police’s odd take on patrolling their local population.

By contrast, I am happy to report that policing is very different in the nation’s capital.

London’s Metropolitan Police are actually fighting crime.

With a convenient lockdown in place, criminals are easier to find. As of March 31, the Met made 803 arrests:

Furthermore, apart from the actions of police officers in Primrose Hill last Sunday, they are being nice to Londoners, striking up a conversation rather than confronting them:

London’s Commissioner Cressida Dick receives her share of criticism, but she is doing a fine job during the coronavirus outbreak:

Hats off to her and the Met! Great work, well done!