Search and locate! Pups are put to the test in the next part of their Met Police training.
A borough-by-borough breakdown of London's crime figures.
New figures released by Scotland Yard reveal that armed police operations in the capital has fallen in the past year.
Eleven people have now been arrested over a double murder in Leytonstone last Saturday. Four of those were arrested yesterday and have now been released on bail.
Aaron Carriere, 21, and Josiah Manful, 20 were found suffering from fatal stab wounds in a car on Montague Road around 1am on Saturday 1st March.
Ten of those arrested are men, with the youngest 18 years old. A 46 year old woman has also been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender.
Police are still trying to discover the motive for the murders and are appealing for witnesses.
Robert Richard Fraser has been arrested by police following the murder of London sex worker Maria Duque-Tunjano.
Fraser was arrested last night in the Leicester Square area of London following appeals by the Metropolitan Police. He has been taken to a central London police station for questioning.
Police investigating the murder of a prostitute in West London have released CCTV footage of a man they are trying to track down. The body of Maria Duque-Tunjano was discovered at a flat in Earls Court on Friday.
Police also want to speak to Robert Richard Fraser an attack on another sex worker in Paddington. Fraser is also known as Robert Aleem and Shia Robert Jackson, and Scotland Yard says that anyone who sees him should call 999 immediately.
The CCTV footage was taken in central London on Sunday 2 February, and detectives believe that he may still be in central or north west London.
Detectives hunting a man wanted in connection with a sex worker killing said that it is "imperative" they trace him "as soon as possible".
Robert Richard Fraser is wanted in connection with the death of prostitute Maria Duque-Tunjano and an attack on another woman in Paddington, London.
– Detective Chief Inspector Nicola Wall, of the Homicide and Major Crime Command
We have established that Maria was last seen alive on Tuesday, 28 January. We also understand she was in the company of a man and our primary focus is to trace him as part of this investigation.
It is now our belief that this man was also responsible for an attack on another female sex worker in Paddington. It is imperative that we trace him as soon as possible.
We have spoken to organisations with links to those who work in the sex industry to make them aware of this incident and pass on the message that personal safety of sex workers is of paramount importance.
Detectives are hunting for a man suspected of murdering a sex worker in west London.
Maria Duque-Tunjano, 48, who was a British national originally from Colombia, was found dead on Friday in a flat in Earls Court.
She had died after being hit over the head with a blunt object, a post mortem examination found.
Robert Richard Fraser, also known as Robert Aleem and Shia Robert Jackson, is wanted in connection with the murder and police also want to question him about another attack that took place in Paddington.
Police enquiries found that Ms Duque-Tunjano was a sex worker and it is believed she was robbed of a quantity of money during the attack.
Anyone who has information on Robert Richard Fraser's whereabouts is asked to contact 020 8785 8244.
Police are asking for the public's help to try and find a pensioner who they fear is missing vital medication.
77 year old Peter Boyer has been missing from his home in Beddington, Surrey, since last night.
Police think he might still be close to home or could be in Mitcham or Croydon. They say they are very concerned for his wellbeing without his medication and he has no money, phone or travelcard on him.
Anyone with information should call the police on 101.
Police have found another gun, along with nine rounds of ammunition after searching a property in Forest Gate in east London.
The find is the second firearm seizure by Met Police in the last 24 hours. A 20-year-old man has been arrested.
Three men have been charged today with firearms offences after armed police had to fire rounds to stop a car on the A27 near Sussex on Friday.
25 year old Noah Ripley from East Sussex was charged with offences including possesion of a firearm with intent to endanger life. 19 year old Luke Kelly from Catford and 24 year old Tyrone Salih from Orpington's charges included conspiracy to possess a firearm.
All three have been refused bail and will appear at Bromley Magistrates Court later this afternoon.
Fuzz the police dog suffered a deep cut to his eye while helping to catch a suspected armed robber in Downham.
The German Shepherd clung on to the man despite being battered around the head with a metal baton.
Noticing that Fuzz was bleeding heavily from his nose, as well as his eye, he was taken by his handler for emergency veterinary treatment.
Fuzz, who has been with the force since he was 7 weeks old, is expected to make a full recovery.