London Assembly

Tuesday, 23 June 2020

  • Stop & search disciplinary action

    How many MPS officers have faced disciplinary action over inappropriate use of stop and search powers in the past 5 years?

  • Covid19 breaches

    Since the start of the lockdown, please provide the following: -How many parties have been stopped by the police? -How many raves have been stopped by the police?

  • Police complaints

    For each of the past 10 years, how many complaints have been received about Met police officers, and how many of these were upheld?

  • Repeat Domestic Abuse perpetrators

    How many suspects were arrested for an offence flagged for domestic abuse, who had previously been arrested for a domestic abuse related offence, in each of the following years: 2017, 2018 and 2019.

  • Dispersal orders

    How many Section 35 dispersal orders have been issued by the Met in each of the past 12 months? Please also provide this data by Basic Command Unit.

  • Reporting migrants to immigration enforcement

    How many undocumented migrants did Met police officers report to immigration enforcement in each of the following years – 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019? Please break down this data by BCU, if possible.

  • Speeding: A1 Falloden Way

    Given the upsurge in speeding, will you ask the police to mount an anti speeding operation here; and what progress is being made with speed reduction measures discussions with Barnet Council?

  • Community resolution orders

    Please provide data on how many community resolution orders the Met has issued, broken down by Basic Command Unit and crime type, for each of the last 3 years?

  • Road safety

    What is the best advice for how long someone should drive in London or from London to another city, without taking a break for road safety reasons?

  • Dark web crime (1)

    For each of the years June 16 to May 17, June 17 to May 18, June 18 to May 19 and June 19 to May 20, please provide the number of possible dark web offences detected by the Met?

  • Dark web crime (2)

    How does the Met tackle dark web crime?

  • Dark web crime (3)

    How many police officers are tasked with tackling dark web crime?

  • Cyclists contravening the highway code

    How many cyclists have been charged for contravening the highway code in 2016/2017, 2017/2018, 2018/2019 and 2019/2020?

  • Police collecting personal data at black lives matter protests

    Under what powers were officers from the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) filming and photographing protestors, and asking them to provide their names, addresses and date of birth, before...

  • Metropolitan Police Service vehicle renewal project and police horses (2)

    How many times have police horses been deployed for front line policing of mass gatherings, broken down into sports events, protests and other, in each financial year from 2015-16 to the current...

  • Retired Police - Covid-19

    How many retired police officers were brought onto the Metropolitan Police since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic? Please provide details.

  • Police unconscious bias training (2)

    In your answer to my question 2019/4137 on 25 February 2019 you told me that 17,000 Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officers had had training in unconscious bias. Could you tell me: a) how many...

  • Disproportionate use of coronavirus police powers against black Londoners (2)

    Data from the Fixed Penalty Notices (FPN) and Covid-19 Enforcement Report from the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) show that black Londoners are more than twice as likely to have been issued...

  • Police conducting home visits to offenders during coronavirus lockdown

    A news report in the Independent, published on Wednesday 13 May, stated that the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) had plans to visit 1,000 violent offenders at their homes during the lockdown...

  • Street crime and mugging in Barnet

    What action have you asked the police to take to tackle street crime and mugging offences committed against children and young people in Barnet?

  • Assaults on MPS Officers

    How many assaults on Met officers were recorded in each of the last 5 years, including the 2019/20 year?

  • Advice on driving in London

    Should a person drive in London or elsewhere if that person is concerned about his or her sight; and if not what should they do to check their sight; what impact would driving when concerned...

  • County Lines arrests

    Please provide the number of arrests made relating to ‘county lines’ activity in each of the past 12 months.

  • Helicopter Noise (2)

    What consideration has been given to reducing the usage of police helicopters and replacing them with drones?

  • Thurrock Council Investment

    Are you comfortable with the investment that the GLA has made with Thurrock Council?

  • Section 35 in East Finchley

    A section 35 was declared in East Finchley on Friday 22nd May due to two large gatherings of teenagers at the Market Place playground. Whilst the swift action of the police is to be commended, do...

  • The use of ‘Released Under Investigation’ (RUI) During Lockdown (2)

    Please provide figures for the number of RUIs used by the Met in the last year, broken down by month and type of case.

  • Study on the use of Tasers in the Met

    You previously suggested that the Met would be looking at their data and assessing the effectiveness and use of tasers in their policing and whether this had a negative impact on not just public...

  • The use of ‘Released Under Investigation’ (RUI) During Lockdown (1)

    Earlier this year the Deputy Commissioner of the Met assured me that the Met was taking “drastic steps” to reduce the use of RUIs? Does the Met remain committed, during this period,...

  • Disorder in Whitehall (3)

    To ask the Mayor how many Metropolitan Police officers were injured whilst policing the Black Lives Matter protest in central London on 3 June 2020?

  • Disorder in Whitehall (1)

    What lessons did the Metropolitan Police learn from its policing of the Black Lives Matter protest in Whitehall on 3 June 2020?

  • Disorder in Whitehall (2)

    What do you believe the thinking to be behind Metropolitan Police officers ‘taking the knee’ in Whitehall in the run-up to the scenes of disorder in Whitehall on 3 June 2020.

  • Disorder in Whitehall (5)

    Are there any circumstances under which you would countenance the use of riot police on London’s streets?

  • Disorder in Whitehall (6)

    I would be grateful if you could explain why none of the officers on duty in Whitehall on 3 June 2020 during the Black Lives Matter protest were in riot gear and who made that decision.

  • Road plans

    What are your current plans for the future of the Congestion Charge, ULEZ and LEZ?

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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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