Cops encountered on patrol near Jubilee Gardens on the South Bank of central London were attacked after being approached by a large group of people around 9 p.m. today.
Riot police, some armed with protective shields, were called in along with members of the Territorial Support Group, canine units and the National Police Air Service.
One person was arrested on suspicion of violent unrest.
An s35 scatter order is now in effect, which means officers can order people to leave an area.
A Met Police spokesperson told Sun Online: ‘Shortly before 9:00 p.m. on Saturday June 12, officers on patrol in the Jubilee Gardens area near the London Eye were approached by a large group of people who started throwing things. towards them.
“Additional agents, including the Territorial Support Group, canine units and the National Police Air Service, were present.
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“One person was arrested on suspicion of violent unrest.
“The agents remain in the area.
“An s35 dispersal order is in place. “