Your police, your say
In early 2013, Stephen Greenhalgh, Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, visited every London borough to talk to Londoners about the Mayor’s draft Police and Crime Plan. The final Police and Crime Plan was published in March 2013, and committed to:
- Reduce key neighbourhood crimes by 20% - which means up to 250,000 fewer crimes;
- Boost public confidence in the police by 20%; and
- Cut costs by 20%, by delivering £500m of savings.
Talk to us
The Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime is revisiting every London borough in 2014 with senior Metropolitan Police officers to talk about local policing, tell you how we’ve been putting the Police and Crime Plan into practice and to answer your questions.
The first 16 events take place from January to March 2014. The boroughs that we've visited so far (as at 6 March 2014) are Merton, Westminster, Southwark, Hackney, Lambeth, Tower Hamlets, Bexley, Barnet, Havering, Islington and Hillingdon; the dates for the remaining events are below.
We will be visiting the remaining London boroughs in the autumn 2014. Dates will be advertised nearer the time.
Attendance is on a first come, first serve basis. Please register now to avoid disappointment and let us know if you have any access needs.
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