The Deputy Mayor of London, Stephen Greenhalgh, attending a series of consultations on MOPAC’s Police and Crime Plan across every borough in London, accompanied by Assistant Commissioner Simon Byrne. Our meeting in Tower Hamlets will also be attended by the Borough Commander, Chief Superintendent Dave Stringer.
The Police and Crime Plan, the Public Access Plans for local policing and the Estates Strategy was published on 8 January on the MOPAC website.
The mayor has identified the following as key priorities:
- Strengthen the MPS and drive a renewed focus on street policing
- Give victims a greater voice
- Make London safer for women
- Develop smarter solutions to alcohol and drug crime
- Help London’s vulnerable young people
- Tackling business crime
MOPAC’s mission is to deliver:
- A Metropolis that is the safest global city on the planet.
- A Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) that becomes the UK’s most effective, most efficient, even the most loved police force.
- A capital city where all public services work together and with communities to prevent crime, seek justice for victims and reducing reoffending.
some of the content was taken from the following website:http://content.met.police.uk/Event/MOPAC-Police-and-Crime-Plan-Consultation/1400014054993/1257246745828?scope_id=1257246764348http://www.london.gov.uk/priorities/policing-and-crime/mopac-mission-and-priorities
Photo taken on 24th January 2013 at the Skeel Lecture Theatre, People's Palace Building, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road,London, E1 4NS