The Mayor at MOPAC MOPAC is headed by the Mayor of London, and is responsible for policing in the capital, outside the City of London. The Deputy Mayor Sophie Linden is London's Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime. Victims' Commissioner Learn more about the work of our Victims' Commissioner, Claire Waxman. Our staff More information about the MOPAC team. Working for MOPAC Job openings at MOPAC. Our finances Information on our budgets and accounts. Bidding opportunities Current opportunities for work commissioned by MOPAC Our corporate governance Governance is about ensuring MOPAC is doing the right thing, in the right way, in an open and accountable manner. Complaints Complaints about the Mayor as occupant of Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime and Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime. Police Misconduct Appeals Appeals following misconduct hearings are brought before the Police Appeals Tribunal and are open to the public. Related content Police and crime plan 2017-2021 The Police and Crime Plan sets out MOPAC's strategy for policing and crime reduction in London over the next four years. Public scrutiny meetings At these regular meetings, we question the MPS and other agencies on their work to keep London safe. MOPAC Annual Report MOPAC reports its progress monthly to the London Assembly's Police and Crime Committee and annually. Contact us Details if you want to contact the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime directly.