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Bromley residents invited to give their views on local policing

PUBLISHED: 13:44 05 December 2014 | UPDATED: 13:44 05 December 2014

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It is part of a road show from the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime

Bromley residents are being given the opportunity to have their say on local policing at an event run by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC).

The event will be held at the Civic Centre at 6.30pm on December 11 2014, and aims to encourage residents to give feedback about policing in the area.

Deputy mayor for policing and crime, Stephen Greenhalgh, and Bromley Police will discuss local issues and the impact of the local policing model in the borough. Council leader, Stephen Carr, will chair the meeting and lead the question and answer session.

People who live or work in the borough and members of local organisations are invited to attend and put their questions about crime, policing and community safety to the panel. More information can be found on MOPAC’s website at https://www.london.gov.uk/get-involved/events/mopac-roadshows

Executive member for public protection and safety councillor, Tim Stevens, said: “If you would like to understand more about policing priorities and performance in the borough or have questions to ask, or views to air, I urge you to come along to MOPAC’s evening meeting at the Civic Centre on December 11.”


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