Thousands of police coming to Wandsworth for Olympics
More than 2,000 police officers will descend on the borough each day during the Olympics.
Battersea Power Station will be one of three London briefing centres during the games, with thousands of officers receiving a daily briefing in the station before being deployed across the capital.
A statement released by the borough commander, Chief Superintendent David Chinchen, said police will be present in key areas in Wandsworth.
There are several events taking place in the borough, including the River of Music festival on July 21 in Battersea Park and the Olympic Torch relay in July 23.
Road races will be going through Putney on July 29-30, and the torch will re-visit Wandsworth again coming through Queenstown on July 26-27.
Chief Supt Chinchen said: "This will be a very demanding period for the MPS and the borough command. It will also be, I'm sure, one of the most memorable and enjoyable events for us all.
"This will be a very demanding period for the MPS and the borough command. It will also be, I'm sure, one of the most memorable and enjoyable events for us all.
"I, and my command team at Wandsworth, will have access to significant numbers of additional officers for deployment.
"The presence in each ward will be maintained, as will all the existing means of contacting Safer Neighbourhood Teams.
"In short, all elements of our policing service will be delivered as normal. There will be substantial numbers of officers deployed to the capital and capable of supporting policing in Wandsworth."
He also asked people to think now about how they will travel during the Games, in particular when the road race comes through the borough.