Crime and Disorder Partnerships (Supplementary) [2]

Session date: 
June 15, 2005
Question By: 
John Biggs
Organisation: 
Labour Group
Asked Of: 
Len Duvall, Chair, Metropolitan Police Authority

Question

I thought I might, with your indulgence, Chair, just start the ball rolling by giving one example, very briefly, of good practice which was given to me in my briefing, which is in the Slade Green area of the London borough of Bexley, where Bexley is I think held up as a very good practitioner of community partnerships between the police and the local authority and the voluntary sector and other players, and it has had material benefits, and I guess one thing that would be very helpful in helping to clarify this whole area is to grandstand and exemplify good practice, and would you support that, and do you think you have a role to do that in the MPA?

Answer

Answer for Crime and Disorder Partnerships (Supplementary) [2]

Answer for Crime and Disorder Partnerships (Supplementary) [2]

Answered By: 
Len Duvall, Chair, Metropolitan Police Authority

Yes.

John Biggs (AM): Thank you.

Sally Hamwee (Chair): The next question takes us back to Safer Neighbourhood teams. It is in Brian Coleman's name but in fact I think Elizabeth Howlett (AM) is taking the question.