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Metropolitan Police Authority: have your say on policing in London
The Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) is asking Londoners to have their say and help identify the capital's policing priorities for 2010/11.
By completing a short online questionnaire Londoners can tell the MPA if the police are focusing on the areas that are important to them. The questionnaire focuses on:
* what are your top three priorities for policing in
* why do you choose these priorities?
* what should the MPS be doing to tackle these priorities?
Kit Malthouse, Vice Chairman of the MPA, said:
"We promised we would listen, and this is your chance to be heard, so please take it. Let us know what you think about the Met, the MPA and any crime or policing issues that bother or enthuse you, so we have a better idea of what you want from us."
The questionnaire is available at
If you are unable to complete the online questionnaire please call 020 7202 0063 (or minicom 020 7202 0173), leaving your name and address and we will send you a paper copy of the questionnaire to complete and return to a freepost address.
Assistance to complete the questionnaire:
If you require a telephone questionnaire, please call 020 7202 0063 (or minicom 020 7202 0173), leave your name and telephone number and somebody will call you back.
All completed questionnaires must be submitted or returned by 1st December 2008.
Notes for Editors
The current policing priorities can be found on the MPA website within the Policing London business plan at