London Assembly

Tuesday, 21 January 2020

  • Borough Dedicated ward officers

    By borough, what is the percentage of wards that currently have 2 dedicated ward officers and 1 Police Community Support Officer in place?

  • Dedicated ward officers

    What is the percentage of wards across London that currently have 2 dedicated ward officers and 1 Police Community Support Officer in place?

  • Police Staff investigators

    Please provide the total number of Police staff investigators in the Met in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.

  • Fatal Stabbings in 2019

    Please provide a table showing the number of people fatally stabbed in London in 2019, broken down by age.

  • Hate Crime / Antisemitism (2)

    Following the anti-Semitic incidents in New York State the Mayor of New York has announced measures such as stepping up ‘Neighbourhood Safety Coalitions’ to bring together...

  • Royalty and Specialist Protection Unit

    How much did the Royalty and Specialist protection Unit cost the Met in the following years: 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019? Is this unit funded entirely through the National and International Capital...

  • Hate Crime / Antisemitism (1)

    New York Police Department commissioner Dermot Shea has said hate crime incidents in New York City are up 22% this year. In the aftermath of anti-Semitic mass stabbings in New York State the...

  • Julian Assange (4)

    What were the total costs to the Metropolitan Police with respect to Julian Assange while he was resident in the Ecuadorian Embassy?

  • Rape crisis centres

    What are the current waiting times for rape victims receiving counselling services from London’s four rape crisis centres? Will you also take steps to ensure that information about waiting...

  • Specials (1)

    How many Police Specials do the Met have - please list numbers for each year 2016-2019?

  • Knife Crime (3)

    For each of the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, how many stop and search have taken place and how many of these found knives?

  • Stop and Search – Statistics on Race

    In the 24-month period from November 2017 – October 2019 Section 60 stops resulted in further action being taken more often on white individuals than black. Why then (in the 12-month period...

  • File rejection rates

    How many cases have the Met submitted to the CPS that have been rejected for not meeting their evidential threshold in the following years: 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019? If possible, please also...

  • Vagrancy

    Please provide a breakdown of the number of ‘vagrancy’ offences recorded by the Metropolitan Police in 2019, broken down by borough.

  • Police Sick leave

    Please state how many rest days have been cancelled in each month since January 2015 up to and including December 2019. Please also provide a breakdown of reasons given for each year of 2015,...

  • Victims of Crime in Bloomsbury and the West End

    Further to your answer to Question No: 2019/19933, local hospitality businesses and residents report that the figures given are a woeful underestimate of the extent of crime perpetrated against...

  • Bleed control kits for the police

    Bleed control kits are specialist first aid kits that can help stem bleeding from serious injuries, to give victims a better chance at surviving until paramedics arrive. In June 2019, the West...

  • File Rejection Rates for Rape Offences

    How many rape cases have the Met submitted to the CPS that have been rejected for not meeting their evidential threshold in the following years: 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019? If possible, please also...

  • Police recruit residency requirements (1)

    Residency requirements for new police officer recruits were lifted temporarily at the end of 2018, and this was due to be reviewed after six months. Has that review taken place, can you publish...

  • Policing Extinction Rebellion protests and the unlawful section 14 order (5)

    On 6 November 2019, the High Court concluded that the London-wide section 14 order imposed by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) on 14 October 2019 had been unlawful. What is the current...

  • Policing Extinction Rebellion protests and the unlawful section 14 order (4)

    On 6 November 2019, the High Court concluded that the London-wide section 14 order imposed by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) on 14 October 2019 had been unlawful. Will all people arrested...

  • Policing Extinction Rebellion protests and the unlawful section 14 order (2)

    Will you order the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) to conduct a full review to uncover how the unlawful order under section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 was issued against Extinction...

  • Intelligent Speed Adaptation (5)

    At the recent Transport for London (TfL) Bus Safety Summit in November 2019, it was shown that Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA) was more effective in areas of 20 mph speed limits than 30 mph....

  • HMICFRS monitoring framework

    HMICFRS has said that the London Fire Brigade “requires improvement”. How will you address the concerns raised by HMICFRS in its recent inspection of the Brigade?

  • HMICFRS Report into the London Fire Brigade (4)

    How will you ensure that this immediate action takes place to ensure that the London Fire Brigade’s operational policies and procedures reflect national operational guidance following the...

  • HMICFRS Report into the London Fire Brigade (3)

    With the recent HMICFRS Report declaring that there is no link between the Fire Service’s strategic direction and the London Safety Plan, what are you doing to ensure the work of the Fire...

  • Bullying in London Fire Brigade

    What are you doing to address the findings of HMICFRS that some staff in the London Fire Brigade report being bullied or harassed at work?

  • Delay to HS2

    The Government have announced that completion of the first phase of HS2, between London Euston and Birmingham, could be delayed by five years until 2031. What effect, if any, will this delay have...

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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