Policing

2018/2974
Peter Whittle

In February we learned that London had witnessed a 20% increase in rapes between January 2017 and January 2018. The Evening Standard reported the following on 23rd February 2018: 

 

2018/2950
Steve O'Connell

Are you satisfied with your record on tackling crime?

2018/0314
Caroline Pidgeon

The MOPAC decision signed by the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime on the 15th December 2017 (PCD 301) sets out an award of a four year single supplier framework agreement for inspection, maintenance and occasional supply for gym equipment, that will be accessible to all members of the GLA family.   Please set out how access by all members of the GLA family will operate and be fully publicised to all members of staff throughout the GLA family.

2018/0313
Caroline Pidgeon

On the 15th December 2017 the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime signed a decision that recommended a four year single supplier framework agreement for inspection, maintenance and occasional supply of gym equipment to support the MPS' operation of 66 gym facilities across its estate.  What research, if any, was undertaken before this decision as to other potential cheaper options available, such as providing free gym membership to police officers in the extensive network of gyms that already exist across London?

2018/0312
Caroline Pidgeon

The Rail Accident Investigation Branch report, published on the 7th February 2018, into the derailment of a passenger train near Wimbledon on the 6th November 2017, highlighted the importance of the precise boundaries of maintenance responsibility between neighbouring infrastructure owners being correctly documented and understood by staff and managers.  Please set out in detail how TfL are (a) planning to implement this and other recommendations from the RAIB report, and (b) what investigations TfL are undertaking to ensure there are no other incidents anywhere in London of gaps in the res

2017/3830
Caroline Pidgeon

How are you consulting Londoners about your plans to close police front counters and change local policing in the capital?

2017/3816
Tony Devenish

Can you please provide a ward by ward breakdown of the actual number of police officers allocated in each ward across the City of Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham and the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea on a certain fixed date, such as 30th June 2017? Please ensure this information is the actual number rather than a theoretical figure that takes no account of vacancies and operational deployments elsewhere

2017/3812
Tony Devenish

Toby Harris' report, published in October 2016, repeated the Rockefeller Institute's 100 Resilience Cities recommendation that a new Mayoral Adviser on Resilience be appointed as a "matter of urgency". Given recent terrorist incidents and the Grenfell fire, why is it that, 11 months later, this post has yet to be filled?

2017/3730
Navin Shah

I fully support your vision and investment in pocket homes for first-time buyers. Will these homes adhere to London Plan space standards? Is there any chance that modular buildings technology can also be used for larger units for cost effective and speedy delivery of homes? Is this something that you are looking into?

2017/3729
Navin Shah

What progress have you made with Online Hate Crime Hub (new police unit) to tackle online hate crime? Are you able to provide details of the research undertaken by this hub; plus statistics to indicate progress made to date by this Online Hate Crime Hub? Are there any specific projects/initiatives promoted by this unit?

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