Almost 1,900 people have been arrested for their part in the recent disorder and looting in London.
As of Monday morning 1483 adults and and 411 juveniles has been arrested, of which 1085 (adult: 855 / juveniles: 230) have been charged.
The Met Police say there were 3,296 reported total notifiable offences linked to the disorder including more than 1,100 instances of burglary and 339 instances of criminal damage to a motor vehicle.
Commander Simon Foy said: “We continue to work closely with London’s communities and are extremely grateful for their invaluable assistance. With your help we have brought a significant number of people to justice.
“I urge anyone who has any information about the violence and disorder that occurred across London to contact the Operation Withern Major Investigation Team on 020 8345 4142. Alternatively anyone can report crime and provide information anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”
Last week acting Commissioner Tim Godwin thanked Londoners for the support they’d shown officers in the aftermath of the riots.
In an open letter Mr Godwin wrote: “Individual officers have proudly told me stories of being offered cups of tea, meals, rest facilities or being applauded as they walk down the street.
“It is a testament to the close relationship that has been built up between the police and the people of London that even in the areas worst affected you are supporting us.”
Godwin, who has previously praised the work of officers following the outbreak of violence and looting, said he was “proud of the way in which our city has responded, supported each other and gets on with business.”