Prince Harry and Ms Markle will marry at St George's Chapel, with 600 guests invited to watch the ceremony and a further 2,640 members of the public allowed to stand inside the castle walls to watch their arrival and departure.
Tens of thousands of spectators are expected to flock to the Berkshire town for the event, which is expected to be the largest event policed by Thames Valley Police.
Residents will notice more CCTV cameras, extra technology to recognise number plates and "hostile vehicle mitigation barriers" to protect pedestrians from terror attack by cars or heavy duty vehicles.
More than 100,000 people are expected to arrive at Windsor for the May 19 wedding, flying from around the world to join the festivities.
The force also encouraged local businesses, communities and visitors to continue to be its "extra eyes and ears".Читайте также: Ride-hailing firm Grab eyes expansion as it acquires Uber
"On the day, visitors may be stopped and checked", it said, adding that police would also be patrolling stations and train carriages into Windsor.
Streets surrounding the castle will be lined by members of the Windsor Castle Guard from 1st Battalion Irish Guards, and by Armed Forces personnel from the following units: the Royal Marines, the Royal Navy Small Ships and Diving, 3 Regiment Army Air Corps, the Royal Gurkha Rifles and RAF Honington.
At the start of the year Simon Dudley, leader of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, called on police to clear rough sleepers from the town before the royal wedding.
Harry and Meghan have invited 600 guests to attend their wedding and 200 family and friends will be at an evening reception hosted by the Prince of Wales at Frogmore House.
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