Merton Council, the Metropolitan Police and the London Fire Brigade have been working around the clock this week to keep residents safe.
The Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) has published the new issue of its Met Forward Bulletin.
Project Griffin is a new joint venture between the City and Metropolitan police forces to engage, encourage and enable everyone who works or lives in London to improve their knowledge of organised crime and terrorism.
The police have made an application to apply for a new dispersal area in Green Lane, Morden. This is proposed to run from the 11 July 2011 to 10 January 2012.
As part of the government's plans to reform accountability of police services the Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) will be replaced by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPC).
The Police Property Act Fund is now accepting bids from local charities for up to £10,000 for projects which aim to:
The House of Commons Home Affairs Committee is conducting an inquiry into the Government’s plans for policing reform.
Forthcoming months will see changes in London when The Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill replaces the Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) with the Mayor’s Office for Policing and C
The Metropolitan Police Service and Metropolitan Police Authority have been consulting with local communities about Stop and Account.
The Metropolitan Police Service wants to hear your views on different ways of accessing police services.
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