Police officers and staff from the Metropolitan Police Service paraded through central London to celebrate International Woman’s Day and the centenary of women in the force; marching from Birdcage Walk to Horse Guards Parade via Buckingham Palace.
RG Jones were asked to provide a sound system at Horse Guards Parade square for the Commissioner to address attendees.
Commissioner Cressida Dick explained “This short procession will be a fantastic opportunity to represent how far women in policing have come and the bright future ahead. I am sure there will be an incredible atmosphere of pride on the day and I cannot think of a better way for the Met to mark International Women’s Day and 100 years of Metropolitan police women.”
The Martin Audio MLA minis and DD12’s provided ample coverage for over 2000 attendees in an open space. RG Jones Jack Bowcher explains “it was particularly windy that day and yet the system cut through every word perfectly”.
Photo credit: Ian Threlfall