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London Assembly

Thursday, 12 March 2020

  • Police stops on cyclists

    Could you provide a data breakdown of Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) stops of cyclists by each of race, age and gender since May 2016?

  • Knife Crime 2

    For each of the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 please provide the number of pregnant women who have been victims of knife crime?

  • Notes about IA 17780 taken by TfL executives at 2017 and 2018 Board Level Meetings

    When will TfL provide me with the response you promised it would send to me in your 22 October Response to Question 2019/19757?

  • Uber 1

    For each of the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 for the Met Police, please provide the following: • Number of expenses claims for Uber journeys • Amount spent on expenses claims...

  • Aggravated Burglary

    For each of the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 how many instances of Aggravated Burglary were recorded in London, broken down by Borough?

  • Restaurant crime

    For each of the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 how many crimes were reported in or involving the following restaurants, broken down by crime type: • McDonalds • KFC

  • Cuckooing

    What progress has the Met made to stop cuckooing?

  • Electoral offences

    For each of the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 how many electoral offences were reported to the Met, please breakdown by outcome, e.g. NFA, charge etc?

  • Stop and Search Effectiveness

    Recent analysis by The Times has indicated that there is no correlation between the increased use of stop and search and a reduction in knife crime. Despite some boroughs seeing a reduction in...

  • Greenyard 3

    For each of the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, how much has been paid to Greenyard by the Met? Further to this, how much has been recuperated from the owners?

  • Greenyard 4

    Has Greenyard put down any horses it has collected on behalf of the Met? If so, how many of each of the years 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019? Please breakdown by reason for putting them down.

  • Greenyard 1

    For each of the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, how many times have Greenyard collected horses on behalf of the Met?

  • Greenyard 2

    Does Greenyard charge fees to the owners of horses that it has collected on behalf of the Met? If so, please can you provide a breakdown of the fees?

  • London Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls strategy (9)

    What progress has MOPAC made to fulfill their objectives within the London Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls strategy?

  • London Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls strategy (10)

    Since publication, what engagement have you had with victims of violence to assess the progress of the London Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls strategy?

  • Police use of live facial recognition (1)

    What is the total cost of all deployments of live facial recognition by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) in London to date? Could you provide this information in a table and include a...

  • Special Ops

    Why can’t Basic Command Units use central Met funding for special ops?

  • Special Ops 2

    Why don’t the Roads and Traffic Unit and Op Trident share details of operations with Basic Command Units?

  • Babcock contract major change (1)

    What are LFB’s priorities for the major change process initiated on the Babcock training contract?

  • Babcock contract major change (2)

    What is your reaction to HMI Matt Parr’s assessment of LFB’s Babcock contract as “expensive and inflexible”?

  • Fire risk assessments for high rise buildings (2)

    In high rise buildings where stay put is suspended due to ACM cladding, how many of those premises’ fire risk assessments have been reviewed and found high priority actions for change?

  • ‘Checkpoint’ Programme – Durham Police

    The Durham Constabulary has set up a pioneering programme for repeat offenders. Trial results of the programme show that the reoffending rate for those who complete Checkpoint is 16 per cent less...

  • Extra places for incident command training (5)

    What consideration has LFB given to using its apprenticeship levy funds to run incident commander training?

  • Gatwick Airport (1)

    Do you still believe that Gatwick is the cheapest, greenest and most viable expansion option presented by the Airports Commission? Please give your reasons.

  • Mass evacuation preparation (1)

    What training have LFB staff had since the Grenfell Tower fire to conduct a mass evacuation in a building that should be under stay put principles?

  • Gatwick Airport (2)

    You have said that if the Government chooses to pursue a third runway at Heathrow, you would continue to call for a new runway at Gatwick as a more viable, cheaper and easier to build...

  • Women Offences

    What is the total number of offences against women each year since 2015? Please provide a breakdown of the type of crime.

  • Body worn video footage procedure

    Please can you advise how often an individual Met officer equipped with body worn video equipment has their body worn video footage reviewed as part of their training and development?

  • Drones

    Please can you provide the number of drones owned by the Met broken down by make and model?

  • Police Response Times

    Can you please provide details of the average police response times in Barnet, Brent and Harrow in 2019?

  • The Met’s Use of Facial Recognition (6)

    Do you share the concerns outlined by numerous academics in recent reports and publications that Facial Recognition Technology discriminates against certain groups including ethnic minorities,...

  • Crime at London City Hall

    For each of the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, how many crimes have been recorded as being committed at London City Hall, broken down by crime type?

  • Windows 7 4

    How many machines use Windows 7 in LFB?

  • Facial recognition technology 2

    Will humans always have the final say when someone is identified by the Met's facial recognition technology?

  • Facial recognition technology

    Are you convinced of the crime fighting benefits of the Met's facial recognition technology?

  • The HMICFRS Report Divergence Under Pressure

    I note the report Divergence Under Pressure issued by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) on 7 February 2020, which stated that the public is...

  • Roads & Transport Policing Officers

    Please can you advise of the total number of roads and transport policing officers in the following years: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019? Please also provide this data by borough if possible.

  • Government bodies and live facial recognition (1)

    Could the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) provide a response detailing how they have complied with the advice, recommendations, and guidance given in each of the following statements from...

  • Government bodies and live facial recognition (2)

    What advice did the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) take from the Information Commissioner’s Office, the Biometrics Commissioner, or the Surveillance Camera Commissioner before deciding...

  • London Policing Ethics Panel recommendations on use of live facial recognition

    In the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) response to the London Policing Ethics Panel (LPEP) final report on live facial recognition (LFR), the MPS said it will publish its technical evaluation...

  • London Policing Ethics Panel recommendations on use of live facial recognition (2)

    In the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) response to the London Policing Ethics Panel (LPEP) final report on live facial recognition (LFR), the MPS said it will publish a post-deployment review....

  • Police use of live facial recognition (4)

    Facial recognition has been used at protests, demonstrations, and public events like Notting Hill Carnival. Will you make a commitment that facial recognition will not be used at public...

  • Police use of live facial recognition (2)

    The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has stated that facial recognition technology will be used for serious crime. However, the MPS Standard Operating Procedures published on 24 January 2020...

  • Police use of live facial recognition (3)

    Within the principle of ensuring each deployment is necessary and proportionate, could you clarify whether activists involved in non-violent direct action and environmental campaigning groups...

  • London Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls strategy (8)

    What specific work is the Victims’ Commissioner undertaking to fulfill the aims of the London Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls strategy?

  • London Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls strategy (7)

    What specific work is the Victims’ Commissioner undertaking to ensure the safety of women at night?

  • Allocation of Additional Police Officers for 2020-2021 by Borough

    Can you provide a breakdown of the additional police officers the Met will receive in the 2020-2021 financial year by the borough they will be based in?

  • High-performance cars crimes

    Why do the police seemingly ignore reports of high-performance cars speeding and making excessive noise in Kensington and Chelsea?

  • Disabled Officer numbers

    Please provide the total MPS Police officer (FTE) percentage breakdown of Disabled officers to total officers in December of each of the following years: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016,...

  • Bringing LFB course design in house

    What cost do you estimate will be incurred by bringing course design for LBF training in house?

  • London Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls strategy (4)

    What progress has been made on achieving accreditation from the UN, as part of the UN Women’s initiative ‘Safe Cities and Safe Public Spaces’, as stated in the London Tackling...

  • London Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls strategy (3)

    What work have you done with external stakeholders, including London boroughs and national Government, to achieve the aims within the London Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls strategy by 2021?

  • The Met’s Use of Facial Recognition Technology (1)

    There are many concerns about the use of facial recognition technology. Please clarify that ‘people of interest’ will be included on Live Facial Recognition (LFR)...

  • The Met’s Use of Facial Recognition Technology (3)

    The only independent report conducted into the Met’s 2019 trial of live facial recognition technology (LFR), by Professor Peter Fussey and Dr Daragh Murray of the University of...

  • The Met’s Use of Facial Recognition Technology (2)

    You have made clear you want the government to introduce a national legal framework for police forces using facial recognition technology. Are you comfortable with the Met using this technology...

  • Catalytic Converter Thefts

    Please can you provide the number of catalytic converter thefts that took place in London in December 2019?

  • Police Patrols

    What steps are you taking to increase the amount of police patrols in crime hotspots?

  • Police Driving Instructors (1)

    Please provide the number of agency workers used by the Met as driving instructors in 2019 and to date in 2020, broken down by month.

  • Alteration notices

    Why have no alteration notices been issued by LFB since March 2011?

  • CCTV

    Please can you provide the number of crime fighting CCTV cameras in each of these boroughs, Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham, and Westminster?

  • Improving building safety audits

    What is the LFB doing to a) increase uptake of the shortened audit process for building safety and b) implement the trialled project of firefighters doing low risk audits?

  • The Met’s Use of Facial Recognition (5)

    Are you comfortable with the Met using Facial Recognition Technology despite both the Surveillance Camera Commissioner and the Biometrics Commissioner calling for a moratorium on the use of...

  • The Met’s Use of Facial Recognition Technology (4)

    I do not feel simply handing out leaflets to people once their biometric data is already captured is sufficient in terms of ‘engagement’ when it comes to the use of Facial Recognition...

  • Coronavirus inspired racism

    East Asian restaurant and other businesses are suffering because of Coronavirus inspired racism and racist comments have been directed at Chinese children. Will you support the #iwilleatwithyou...

  • 60 + London Oyster Photocard

    Please provide a breakdown, by year, of the real-term cost of providing the 60+ London Oyster Photocard since its introduction in 2012/13? Please also list the projected cost of funding this...

  • Spider maps

    I understand that TfL will no longer be providing spider maps at bus stops that have fewer than 5 bus routes or are not near a station. Surely this plan is ludicrous and is especially punishing...

  • TfL Journey Planner

    Your written response to question 2019/20788 failed to answer why the TfL Journey Planner does not offer the 55/388 bus routes as an alternative route to the 48 for those travelling between...

  • BME Officer numbers

    Please provide the total MPS Police officer (FTE) percentage breakdown of BME officers to total officers in December of each of the following years: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

  • Food Insecurity Survey

    What plans do you have to continue the food insecurity survey for London?

  • Independent Food Banks Operating in London

    Does the Economic Development Unit hold an estimate of the number of non-Trussell Trust food banks operating in London (and if so please provide the number)?

  • Financial Exclusion and Literacy

    What steps have you taken to “address some of the key causes of financial exclusion and increase financial literacy”, how are you measuring your progress and which groups have you...

  • Potential Customs Checks on food imported from the European Union after December 2020

    The European Union’s negotiating objectives for the future relationship with the United Kingdom states: ‘all imports will need to comply with the rules of the importing party and will...

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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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