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Questions to the Mayor of London — Mayor’s Action plan for improving transparency, accountability and trust in policing (2): Mayor’s Action plan for improving transparency, accountability and trust in policing (2) (26 Feb 2021)

Siân Berry: Your new Action Plan says: “MOPAC will scrutinise the MPS (Metropolitan Police Service) to ensure that Authorised Professional Practice (APP) is followed around searches based on multiple objective factors, and that officers ensure that where searches are based only on the smell of cannabis that their grounds and rationale are clear and fully documented. However it also says: “The IOPC...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Metropolitan Police Service and the private sector facial recognition technology: Metropolitan Police Service and the private sector facial recognition technology (26 Feb 2021)

Siân Berry: Following up on a request made in the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee on 3 July 2019, could you confirm whether the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) planned to collaborate with private companies to use their technology for facial recognition?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Children on the Metropolitan Police Service Merlin database: Children on the Metropolitan Police Service Merlin database (26 Feb 2021)

Siân Berry: The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation into the stop and search of Ms Bianca Williams and Mr Ricardo Dos Santos found that their three-month-old child had been added to the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Merlin database for children known to the police. How many children are currently on this database? Please provide a breakdown by: a) age, for all age ranges...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Police recommendations from Hackney Account research (1): Police recommendations from Hackney Account research (1) (15 Feb 2021)

Siân Berry: The Hackney Account group’s research report, Policing in Hackney: challenges from youth 2020, published in December 2020 (https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5d234a046f941b0001dd 1741/t/5f77795b9e2fdb6bf67d3c7d/1601665467995/Final+Draft+-+ Report+-+Account+%28Online%29.pdf), makes a number of recommendations for improved policing, including this on the Territorial Support Group: “a...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Police recommendations from Hackney Account research (2): Police recommendations from Hackney Account research (2) (15 Feb 2021)

Siân Berry: The Hackney Account group’s research report, Policing in Hackney: challenges from youth 2020, launched in December 2020 (https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5d234a046f941b0001dd 1741/t/5f77795b9e2fdb6bf67d3c7d/1601665467995/Final+Draft+-+ Report+-+Account+%28Online%29.pdf), makes a number of recommendations for improved policing, including that the Basic Command Unit (BCU) covering...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Net loss of council homes: Net loss of council homes (8 Feb 2021)

Siân Berry: Will London soon be turning a corner in terms of the net loss of council homes?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Net loss of council homes: Net loss of council homes (8 Feb 2021)

Siân Berry: Thank you very much, Mr Mayor. We both have the same goal in mind here, which is more council homes. That is what Londoners need. It is good to see the increase in council house building since 2016. That is progress, but it does not mean London has turned a corner in terms of the net loss of council homes on the ground. That is my topic today. To track what is happening on the ground, I put...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Net loss of council homes: Net loss of council homes (8 Feb 2021)

Siân Berry: OK. I am surprised to hear you back right-to-buy quite so strongly there. My second question is about the other major contributor to the losses that are in the data returns. This is demolitions. They are not stopping. Your new policies are not yet coming into effect. Last year, on the ground, the stock returns show 1,700 demolitions versus only 946 new builds. Overall, we now have a net loss...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Net loss of council homes: Net loss of council homes (8 Feb 2021)

Siân Berry: I support those policies, Mr Mayor. I am really sorry. I am running out of my time now. I need to leave some for my colleague. I will keep talking to you about this. If I can send you the data, that will probably clarify things for you as well.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Community Land Trust housing at East Wick and Sweetwater: Community Land Trust housing at East Wick and Sweetwater (22 Jan 2021)

Siân Berry: In your answer to my question 2016/1942, you said: “LLDC is liaising with the housing team at the GLA to understand better the lessons learned from the St Clements CLT in Tower Hamlets and, assuming the issues can be resolved, the selection process should begin later this summer, with a CLT (Community Land Trust) partner expected to be on board by the summer of 2017.” Could you inform me...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Young persons’ action group: Young persons’ action group (22 Jan 2021)

Siân Berry: Could you give an update on the progress of the young persons’ action group being established by the Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) and how it plans to work in partnership with the London Youth Assembly?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Use of restraints in custody suites: Use of restraints in custody suites (22 Jan 2021)

Siân Berry: In your answer to my question 2019/19697, you told me that it was not possible to provide data on how many times Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officers used spit hoods in conjunction with other restraints in custody suites. Will you now reconsider making this data available, given that the importance of transparency and public access to data is highlighted in your new Action Plan?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Cost of London's Zero Carbon Pathways Tool: Cost of London's Zero Carbon Pathways Tool (22 Jan 2021)

Siân Berry: Could you tell me: a) the original cost of London’s Zero Carbon Pathways Tool, b) an estimate on the cost of updating it to shows the ways that carbon emissions might be reduced to net zero by 2030, and c) share the relevant Mayoral Decisions (MDs), Director’s Decisions (DDs) or Assistant Director's decisions (ADDs) that funded the original programme?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Undercover police officers and sexual relationships (1): Undercover police officers and sexual relationships (1) (22 Jan 2021)

Siân Berry: Baroness Williams of Trafford, Minister of State for the Home Department in the House of Lords debate on the Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill on 3 December 2020 said that undercover officers forming sexual relationships with those under surveillance: “was not acceptable and it was never lawful.” Do you share the Government view that undercover officers forming...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Undercover police officers and sexual relationships (2): Undercover police officers and sexual relationships (2) (22 Jan 2021)

Siân Berry: Has the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) investigated and identified all past examples of undercover police taking part in sexual relationships with subjects whilst carrying out surveillance?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Undercover police officers and sexual relationships (3): Undercover police officers and sexual relationships (3) (22 Jan 2021)

Siân Berry: Have all cases involving undercover Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officers taking part in sexual relationships with subjects while carrying out surveillance now been reported to the chair of the Undercover Policing Inquiry and will they be subject to legal proceedings?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Update on name-anonymous recruitment in the GLA group (1): Update on name-anonymous recruitment in the GLA group (1) (22 Jan 2021)

Siân Berry: In your answer to my question 2019/14230 you told me that, to date, no recruitment for Transport for London (TfL) had been name-anonymous but you planned future changes to support this. Have these changes now happened and does TfL now use name-anonymous shortlisting in recruitment?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) at COP26: Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) at COP26 (7 Jan 2021)

Siân Berry: Will the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) be the lead force at COP26?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Parliament Square arrests and convictions (2): Parliament Square arrests and convictions (2) (7 Jan 2021)

Siân Berry: Thank you for your answer to my question 2016/1955. Could you provide an update to this data showing how many protestors on Parliament Square have been: a) arrested b) had charges brought against them, and if available now c) been convicted during each of the years 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 (to date).


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