Mayor's Office for Policing gives residents chance to air views on crime

Published Friday, 5 December 2014

Mayor's Office for Policing gives residents chance to air views on crime.

Bromley residents will have the chance to have their say on local policing at an event run by the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) being held at the Civic Centre at 6.30pm on Thursday 11 December 2014.

This is one of a series of 'road show’ meetings staged by MOPAC across London both to give information about their approach to policing and to get feedback about the situation locally.

Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Stephen Greenhalgh and Bromley Police will discuss local issues and the impact of the local policing model in the borough. Council Leader Cllr Stephen Carr will chair the meeting and lead the question and answer session.
People who live or work in the borough and members of local organisations are welcome to come along on the night and put their questions about crime, policing and community safety to the panel. More information can be found on MOPAC's website.

Executive Member for Public Protection and Safety Councillor Tim Stevens said: “If you would like to understand more about policing priorities and performance in the borough or have questions to ask, or views to air, I urge you to come along to MOPAC’s evening meeting at the Civic Centre on Thursday 11 December.”