The Police and Crime Committee examines the work
of the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime
(MOPAC) and reviews the police and crime plan for London. The
Committee can also investigate anything which it considers to be of
importance to policing and crime reduction in Greater London and
make recommendations for improvements.
conduct its work the Committee has the power to require the Deputy
Mayor for Policing and Crime, and staff from the MOPAC, to attend
meetings and provide documents to it. The Committee may also hold
confirmation hearings into the appointment of the Deputy Mayor for
Policing and Crime.
Committee regularly questions the Metropolitan Police Commissioner
and Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime at City Hall; these
meetings are open to the public.
You can find out more about the
Committee's current work in theinvestigations
section or view the
reports it has
Agendas, minutes and other papers for meetings of this committee
may be accessed above.
Police and Crime Committee’s
terms of reference.