Navin Shah AM: Mr Mayor, in my patch - I will start with Harrow, which is considered to be one of the safest boroughs in London - on 6 May we had two youths aged 13 and 15 shot at. In Brent, on 1 May  on the border of Harrow, a man in his 30s was murdered in a shooting near Queensbury Station. The community is shocked. They are looking for reassurance and action. Both the Chairman and you have mentioned the cross-party summit and the informal Police and Crime Committee meeting we had in April , which were positive. As you put it quite rightly, we were able to park our differences and we had a constructive dialogue. There was consensus to what I would describe as a multiagency approach to drive down knife and gun crime and serious violent crime.
Now, you have quite rightly gone through a lot of measures involving a number of agencies today, which we support, and we want them to be successful and effective. One thing I want to get your comments about is the area of how important it is to engage with communities and work with them. As it was reported in the Evening Standard last week, the top MPS officer has stressed the need to gain help from communities to tackle the crime issue and also, as we heard in this Chamber from various leaders when we gathered in April, the importance of listening to the communities and gaining that confidence as well.
Can you tell us how you would take that important agenda forward so that, with everything we do, communities are on board, are reassured and have confidence in what the police are doing and what we are doing to drive down crime?