Landmark review into Royal Wedding policing

Police on patrol
Armed police officers patrol near Westminster Abbey ahead of the Royal Wedding in April 2011. Credit: Reuters/Andrew Winning

A landmark judicial review of police practices at last year's Royal Wedding will begin later.

Measures examined will include the use of 'pre-crime' arrests - which were employed before the wedding.

The findings will likely impact future policing at upcoming events such as the Jubilee and Olympics.


Royal wedding police challenge

Individuals arrested or subjected to police searches challenge the legality of the policing of the royal wedding in London last year.