People in Wandsworth asked to suggest policing ideas
People in the borough are being asked to give their ideas on policing in the area.
A consultation is launching next week by the Mayor of London to help produce a plan for crime prevention and policing in the borough.
The results will help to form a police and crime plan for Wandsworth, with the aim to reduce crime in London for the next four years.
Anyone who lives, travels or works in London can suggest ideas on how to improve crime prevention.
The results will also help decide what will be done to hold police to account, while giving people in borough the best value for money.
A public meeting is set to take place on February 26 in Wandsworth Town Hall Civic Suite.
The deputy mayor for policing and crime, Stephen Greenhalgh, and senior Metropolitan police officers are sharing a platform to answer questions and discuss issues.
Anyone interested in attending can register at london.gov.uk.
The consultation launches on January 7 and can be found on london.gov.uk or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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