Have your say on London's Policing and Crime plan

Share your views on accessing Met Police services

Start date: 14 July 2017
End date: 06 October 2017

As a result of Government funding cuts, since 2010, the Met Police have had to find £600m of savings and must save a further £400m by 2020.

Mayor Sadiq Khan is determined to protect the front line from cuts, and he has published draft plans to: close costly and underused police front counters in London and provide better ways to contact the Met online. 

Doing this would help to meet growing public demand to be able to access Met Police services from smartphones, tablets and computers, whilst saving £10million that could be spent instead on frontline policing.

Have your say

Have your say
Here's how you can learn more about the Mayor's proposals and tell us what you think:

1. Read the draft strategy

2. Review our Impact Assessment - it investigates how the draft strategy affects different groups of Londoners

3. Fill out our Questionnaire and send to us


By email

Send your comments and answers to the questions to: [email protected] 

By post

Send your comments or answers to the questions to:

Public Access Consultation

The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime

City Hall, More London

Queen’s Walk



In person

The Metropolitan Police Service will be holding public consultation sessions in every London Borough so that local people can learn about the changes described in this document and can give their views. Details of these sessions will be published shortly.

The consultation is open until 6 October 2017.