MOPAC CONSULTATION on accessing Met Police services
Including public meeting…
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The Met Police have had to find £600m of savings and must save a further £400m by 2020.
The Mayor, Sadiq Khan, 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 £10mill that could be spent instead on frontline policing.
Public consultation session in Croydon
The Metropolitan Police Service is 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.
The session in Croydon will be held on:
4 October 2017 at 6.30pm
Croydon Town Hall
There is no need to book. Just turn up on the night.
Have your say
Review the Impact Assessment – it investigates how the draft strategy affects different groups of Londoners
You can respond in a number of ways – in person, online or by post
- attending the public meeting on 4 October,
- completing the online questionnaire,
- send comments and answers to the questions by emailing Consultation@mopac.london.gov.uk
- respond by post, to:
Public Access Consultation
The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime
City Hall, More London
The consultation is open until 6 October 2017.
Full details, here.