Serious and Violent Crime (Supplementary) [4]

Session date: 
May 17, 2018
Question By: 
Tony Devenish
GLA Conservatives
Asked Of: 
The Mayor


Tony Devenish AM:  Mr Mayor, you will remember that the Violent Crime Summit was held in the pre-election period because of the elections and you will agree, I hope, that there was real in-depth insight from people of all parties, borough leaders, MPs and Assembly Members on the day.  Are you going to publish a note of what was said to make sure we do not miss any of that good learning and deep experience, please?

Supplementary To: 


Answer for Serious and Violent Crime (Supplementary) [4]

Answer for Serious and Violent Crime (Supplementary) [4]

Answered By: 
The Mayor

Sadiq Khan (Mayor of London):  Yes, we are.  Can I just also say this; this is not meant to be patronising, but  I was incredibly impressed by the Police and Crime Committee meeting as well that happened that week.  These were serious discussions.  All the knockabout stuff was left at the door.  It left me with a sense of optimism.  We are intending to do a note of the outcomes.


Just so that you are aware, I have written to the council leaders who came to thank them for coming and all the MPs and stakeholders and stuff, and I said that this work has to carry on.  So far, it has been quite encouraging.  We will get the note circulated as soon as we can, yes.


Tony Devenish AM:  Thank you.