London Assembly

Tuesday, 23 July 2019

  • NRM Exit Support

    What measures will the Mayor take to ensure survivors of modern slavery in London are not re-victimised after they exit Government National Referral Mechanism Support?

  • Information and Briefings on Police Operations (1)

    Taking into account the following story in the Washington Post (https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/iran-linked-terrori sts-caught-stockpiling-explosives-in-london), how do the Metropolitan...

  • Dog theft

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, many dogs have been reported stolen?

  • Police gender pay gap

    Do you expect the recruitment of part time police officers to negatively impact the police gender pay gap?

  • Police funding

    For each of the financial years from 2008/09 to the current year, please breakdown all met income by source e.g. gov, business rates etc

  • Discussions with ministers about rent control for London

    Further to the commitment you made in our discussion on my question 2018/3040, on 22 November 2018, relating to details of meetings with ministers since you became Mayor where you or your...

  • GPS tracking pilot (1)

    With reference to your pilot programme announced on 31 May 2019 that will tag knife crime, robbery and aggravated burglary offenders with GPS tracking devices on release from prison, what other...

  • Police grants

    For the police in the GLA budgets, for each of the financial years from 2008/09 to the current year, please provide a full breakdown grants and other income e.g. CT grant

  • Facial recognition used on non-live images

    Outside of the recent trials of live facial recognition technology, what use is currently made, or has been made in the past three years, of facial recognition software by the Metropolitan Police...

  • Tackling knife crime alongside local community groups

    How are you working with local community groups to tackle knife crime, as part of your public health approach? What is the best way for a community group working in this area to approach your office?

  • Special Constables (2)

    To ask the Mayor whether the Metropolitan Police has considered paying Special Constables a wage, as a means of boosting numbers?

  • Special Constables (1)

    To ask the Mayor a) how many Special Constables have left the Metropolitan Police over the last three years, b) what the current shortfall in numbers is and c) what initiatives are underway to...

  • Victims Commissioner submission to laws around taking, making and sharing intimate images without consent

    The Law Commission has been asked by the justice and culture ministries to examine whether legislation surrounding the creation and sharing of non-consensual, intimate images protects those...

  • Metropolitan Police Detectives

    To ask the Mayor what the current shortfall is in the number of detectives required by the Metropolitan Police and what initiatives are underway to address this shortfall.

  • Homicide and Drugs

    To ask the Mayor how many homicides in the Metropolitan Police District over the last five years were directly or indirectly linked to the drugs trade?

  • Sexual harassment of police officers

    In answer to my question 2018/5303 regarding how many female Metropolitan Police Service officers reported being sexually harassed by colleagues, you advised that “due to the way that these...

  • Financial impact for the Met of the Emergency Services Network delay

    The Home Office has extended its deadline for the completion of the Emergency Services Network by a year to December 2024 and agreed to pay Motorola an extra £82m extra to adopt its...

  • R V Allen impact on caseloads

    In 2018, the MPS and CPS jointly reviewed 600 RASSO (Rape and Serious Sexual Offences) cases. I understand that the MPS drafted in 120 officers to assist in this process and mitigate against the...

  • MOPAC’s 2019/20 property disposal plan

    When will MOPAC’s 2019/20 property disposal plan be published?

  • Slavery and Kidnap Unit

    The Slavery and Kidnap Unit has been changed to a broader unit on exploitation, the Vulnerability Team. Will the Mayor ensure that the work around slavery in this unit continues to receive the...

  • Prevention of lead theft from church roofs

    How are MOPAC and the Metropolitan Police Service working to prevent the theft of lead from church roofs?

  • GPS tracking pilot (2)

    With reference to your pilot programme announced on 31 May 2019 that will tag knife crime, robbery and aggravated burglary offenders with GPS tracking devices on release from prison, what are the...

  • GPS tracking pilot (3)

    With reference to your pilot programme announced on 31 May 2019 that will tag knife crime, robbery and aggravated burglary offenders with GPS tracking devices on release from prison, to date, how...

  • Community Assessors

    To ask the Mayor how many Community Assessors are currently employed by the Metropolitan Police and to explain in detail what their role is.

  • Assaulted paramedics

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many paramedics have been: . Attacked/assaulted . Injured as a result of an attack/assault . Seriously...

  • Assaulted hospital staff

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff have been: . Attacked/assaulted . Injured as a result of an attack/assault . Seriously...

  • Assaulted teachers

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers have been: . Attacked/assaulted . Injured as a result of an attack/assault . Seriously...

  • Assaulted Council Staff

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many council staff have been attacked/assaulted, please break this down by council

  • Teacher assaults in Croydon

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Croydon have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Rescue and Response Support by Borough

    Please provide a borough by borough breakdown of the young people who have been supported by Rescue and Response (not including referrals) Please also break this down by age, ethnicity and gender.

  • Hospital staff assaults in Bexley

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Bexley have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Teachers assault in Bromley

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Bromley have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Hospital staff assaults in Bromley

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Bromley have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Hospital staff assaults in Richmond

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Richmond upon Thames have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a...

  • Common Sense

    To what extent do your policies represent common sense for Londoners?

  • Mopac

    To ask the Mayor a) what is the staffing budget for the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime at City Hall, b) how many staff are currently employed by MOPAC and c), at what grades? Have...

  • Hospital staff assaults in Kingston

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Kingston upon Thames have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a...

  • Teacher assaults in Kingston

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Kingston upon Thames have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of...

  • Teacher assaults in Richmond

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Richmond upon Thames have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of...

  • Hospital staff assaults in Hounslow

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Hounslow have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Teacher assaults in Hounslow

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Hounslow have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Teacher assaults in Sutton

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Sutton have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Teachers assault in Bexley

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Bexley have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Hospital staff assaults in Croydon

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Croydon have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Hospital staff assaults in Sutton

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Sutton have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Teacher assaults in Kensington and Chelsea

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Kensington and Chelsea have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result...

  • Teacher assaults in Westminster

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Westminster have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Teacher assault in Hammersmith & Fulham

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Hammersmith & Fulham have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a...

  • Hospital staff assaults in Kensington and Chelsea

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Kensington and Chelsea have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a...

  • Hospital assaults staff in Westminster

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Westminster have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Teacher assaults in Redbridge

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Redbridge have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Hospital staff in Redbridge assaults

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Redbridge have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Teachers assaults in Havering

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Havering have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Hospital staff in Havering assaults

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Havering have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an...

  • Shortfall in Funding and Places for Next Academic Year

    What assessment have you made of any shortfall in school places and funding for the coming academic year in London?

  • Hospital staff assaults in Hammersmith & Fulham

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Hammersmith & Fulham have been: Attacked/assaulted Injured as a result of an...

  • Hit and run casualties 2018

    Could you report the number of casualties relating to hit and runs in London in 2018, with a breakdown by a) road user mode, b) severity type, c) borough, and d) whether there was a prosecution?

  • helping Londoners with pay as you go energy meters

    In your response to my question 2019/12228, you rightly pointed out that BEIS provides inadequate data on homes with pay as you go energy meters. Have you taken any action to encourage utility...

  • Food Waste

    Thank you for your answer to question 2019/12098 on Barnet’s food waste collections. When and where will the modelling undertaken be published?

  • Single use Plastics

    You have made good progress reducing single use bottle use and have recently introduced a levy on disposable hot drinks cups at City Hall, which is very welcome. However, in the absence of...

What is this?

The London Assembly is a 25-member elected body, part of the Greater London Authority, that scrutinises the activities of the Mayor of London.

The London Assembly was established in 2000 and meets at City Hall on the south bank of the River Thames, close to Tower Bridge. The Assembly is also able to investigate other issues of importance to Londoners (transport, environmental matters, etc.), publish its findings and recommendations, and make proposals to the Mayor.

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