Ahead of the committal service of Her Majesty the Queen in Windsor on Monday, Thames Valley Police will be carrying out a searching and screening of those coming to Windsor to pay their respects.
This includes search arches which will be in place in addition to the strict search regimes carried out by officers.
These searches will help us ensure we keep people safe.
Windsor remains busy, so please plan you journey, be patient and leave large items at home, as you may not be able to get those through these security measures. If you plan to visit Windsor, clear your bag of unnecessary items to assist with searching.
You will also see our search dogs, Mounted Section and Armed Response officers patrolling the town centre as part of many visible and not so visible security measures in place.
Additional patrols extend beyond the town including our Roads Policing Unit, our partners including the Environment Agency will be out on the rivers and British Transport Police on the trains network.
Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead stewards will also be on hand in the town centre to help and answer questions.
Please speak to any of our officers or partners if you have any concerns or see or hear anything suspicious. They’ll be able to support you and offer guidance.
In addition there are a number of ways that you can also pay your respects at home. The funeral and committal service will be televised and the Royal Household has set up an online book of condolence that you can sign.