London's police forces and members of the public were commemorated for their heroic actions in the wake of recent terror attacks in the capital with a special ceremony on Monday (December 4).
The #WeWorkWithHeroes tri-force ceremony is the first of its kind to honour officers from all forces for their heroism and courage in the face of terrorism.
Awards were given to police on duty at the time of the terror attacks in Westminster, London Bridge, Borough Market and Finsbury Park.
All three forces posted a moving #WeWorkWithHeroes video on Twitter shortly after 2pm on Monday.
Each of the forces tweeted powerful messages along with the video and pictures from the ceremony.
The Met wrote: "In the most adverse of circumstances, we have seen the very best of London.
"Today we come together at a ceremony to commend the courageous acts of many during the horrific terror attacks in Westminster, London Bridge, Borough Market and Finsbury Park, WeworkwithHeroes."
MP Tobias Ellwood and Michael Crofts who tried to save PC Keith Palmer's life after he was fatally stabbed outside Westminster on March 22, were among those honoured for their response to the terror attack.
Met Police tweeted: "Brave individuals acted without hesitation, taking decisive action to protect one another during the #Westminster attack. Many ran towards the threat, making extensive and exceptional efforts to save lives and comfort the wounded #WeWorkWithHeroes."
BTP tweeted photos of its award-winning officers including those on duty following the London Bridge and Borough Market terror attacks on June 3.
City Police Commissioner Ian Dyson tweeted: "London has shown unity and a common purpose underpinning our strength and ability to repel and recover from these attacks."
The Islington community and its police were recognised for their response to the terror attack Finsbury Park on June 19.
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