Dec 26 2012

MOPAC Policing and Crime Consultation Event – January 10, 2012

police_lantern_2-150x150MOPAC – the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime – want your views to help shape the Mayor’s Police and Crime Plan which will be published in April 2013. It will set out how they aim to reduce crime in the capital over the next four years and what the Met Police and other agencies are doing to tackle crime.

To make sure your views are heard, they are hosting town hall roadshow events in every London borough from 9 January to 28 February 2013. This will give all Londoners the chance to tell us their crime priorities in their local area.

Harrow’s event is on January 10, 2013 from 18.00 – 19.00 at Harrow Civic Centre. If you can’t make that, then at 20.00 – 21.00 the same evening, it’ll be in Brent at Sattavis Patidar Centre. If you’re outside Harrow and Brent, you can find the full list of dates and locations here.

To register for the event, click here.

Stephen Greenhalgh – the Deputy Mayor for Policing – will apparently be hosting the events, although the recent allegations that he acted ‘inappropriately’ towards a female colleague[1], may mean he’ll be shuffled out before he gets the chance to come and visit.

[1] Apparently, he patted a woman worker on the bum some 3-4 weeks ago, then couldn’t recollect doing it, but finally issued an apology for doing so, or not, as the case may be.


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