The current planning assumption is that these costs will be met in full by the Government. The MPS Crime Prevention Strategy will place crime prevention at the core of our approach to Policing London, reducing the opportunities for criminality.
Every effort is being made to manage such pressures within existing budgets.
Defendants on first court hearings are appearing before Magistrates via a video conferencing link shortly after they are charged. As the conviction rate for rape affects confidence and the willingness to report crimes, we will work with criminal justice agencies and partners to improve victim support and build successful prosecutions.
The Mayor of London has defined his priorities, and financial support, for policing. This includes supporting police responsibility and cutting red tape, such as returning charging discretion for minor offences to police officers. We will continue to tackle dangerous and violent offenders.
The programme is currently a work-in-progress and further development of the detail of the individual projects will continue until March We will identify young people who are vulnerable to crime, either as victims or offenders, and analyse intelligence to compile a risk assessment with partners including Youth Offending Teams YOTs.
Our new Territorial Policing model will effectively policing london business plan 2011 148cm our Boroughs, increasing the proportion of warranted officers, providing a more effective response to cross border crime and crime on our transport systems.
Following the meetings the MPS has received 35 actions which are now either complete or approaching completion. The Service must play its part in delivering significant budgetary savings on a scale not seen in decades, and in doing so we will emerge as a leaner but still effective organisation.
Arrests of known offenders are expedited through a dedicated offender tracking unit that specialises in finding offenders who have gone to considerable lengths to avoid capture. With peak day demand being approximately 9, shifts.
Londoners have recognised the Met s success in tackling crime in their city during the past decade. We will increase single patrolling where possible, enabling more effective engagement and better use of available capacity - since early we have carried out, on average, more than extra patrols every day across London.
This includes intelligence on individuals or criminal networks involved with illegal firearms, on serious sexual offenders with a priority on repeat stranger offenders, and on homicide and weapon-enabled violence, including gangs and youth violence.
During events we will adopt a pro-active policing approach to ensure that less people are a victim of crime or anti-social behaviour by creating a hostile environment for criminals and for those intent on causing a disturbance.
Our fourth priority is the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the UK s largest ever peacetime safety and security operation.
Londoners consistently tell us that they want to see more police officers on their streets and we are committed to maintaining front line officer numbers and tackling the crimes that you have told us you worry about most violent crime, crimes against property and anti-social behaviour.
In tackling very real and difficult financial pressures we are examining every pound we spend to build on the substantial savings we have made in recent years.
Stage one will cover: To achieve this social crime prevention we will work closely with Local Authorities, Housing Agencies and private sector developers. The MPA will ensure that the Met delivers safe Games for competitors, visitors and Londoners without impacting significantly on the delivery of dayto-day policing across the capital.
They will continue to lead problem solving policing and work to improve the quality of our engagements and communication so that we understand and focus on priorities that our communities want.
In supporting victims of domestic violence we will continue to work with London s 32 borough partnerships to ensure that they attain the 8 London Mainstream model minimum standards of support, including supporting courts working towards specialist domestic violence courts SDVC accreditation.
In addition discussions are ongoing with the Home Office around flexibility for Olympic budgets in However, if additional funding is not identified, the plans are sufficiently flexible to allow the Service to pause or stop all recruitment activity.
We will have to become even more efficient to free up resources for front line policing. Communities, local Authorities, the Crown Prosecution Service, the courts, the probation and prison services and many others must play their part.Policing London – what’s in the Plan?
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This is London’s first Police and Crime Plan – setting out what I want to achieve of public attitudes to policing and crime in London.
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