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The Transport Operational Command Unit (TOCU) is a unit of the London Metropolitan Police Service that polices buses, bus routes, taxis and minicabs. It does not police national railways in London, London Underground, Docklands Light Railway or Tramlink, which fall under the remit of the British Transport Police. General road policing is performed by a separate Traffic Operational Command Unit.

Formed in 2002 as a joint venture with Transport for London, it consolidated several existing policing operations. It is now the largest Operational Command Unit in the Metropolitan Police, with over 1000 staff, and is a large employer of Traffic Wardens and Police Community Support Officers.

The Unit maintains a joint command and control centre with London Buses called Metrocomm, which is also the command and control centre of the Traffic Operational Command Unit.

As of 1 April 2009, Transport OCU has become part of Territorial Policing but further details are unknown.

As of 29 September 2009, Transport OCU has become known as the Safer Transport Command however further details of the transition remain unknown.

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