The next MCPP meeting will focus on the reporting and monitoring of race and religious hate crime in the borough.
Nicholas Smith from St Helier Ward has been named Merton's Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) of the year.
Merton Community Policing Partnership is holding an open meeting on 13 July.
Agenda items include:
The Safer Merton partnership is working with Stop Hate UK to offer victims an experienced and confidential place to report hate crime.
Dates of Merton Community Policing Partnership Meetings for the remainder of 2010 have been set as follows (all meetings take place 7.00 to 9.00 pm):
The Greater London Authority (GLA) and the Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) are holding a roadshow in Battersea on 14 June where you can find out more about:
Chief Superintendent Chris Bourlet is temporarily leaving his position as Borough Commander of Merton for a six month secondment to the Met's central HR unit based in Earl's Court.
Met Forward is the Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) mission statement for London’s police.
Merton Community Policing Partnership and Lantern Arts have developed a programme of anti-bullying workshops, involving a play called Taking Control, which will tour local youth centres in July.
The Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) is looking for up to three people to become Independent Members of its Standards Committee.
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