Joanne McCartney: A recent HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) report highlighted issues at many police forces, including the Metropolitan Police Service, with vetting procedures. What action has the MPS taken in response?
Joanne McCartney: I am very pleased you are providing housing for domestic violence survivors. What is the timescale for delivery of these much needed homes?
Joanne McCartney: I have been asking for speed cameras to be installed on the A10 in Enfield for some time now. The MPS have been undertaking enforcement action over the past few months which has confirmed the need for such deterrent. My last update states that they would be reviewed this summer as new guidelines were being introduced. Has this been done and when will the cameras been installed?
Joanne McCartney: The government states that it plans to increase police officer numbers after nearly a decade of severe cuts to police funding. How many of these officers are earmarked for London?
Joanne McCartney: The Metropolitan Police’s twitter account was recently hacked. What steps have been taken to ensure this does not happen again? What steps have been taken to ensure that all GLA family accounts are secure?
Joanne McCartney: A constituent has asked me to ask: what steps are you taking to increase civic pride across London? Haringey Council has a Civic Pride Campaign with the first phase focusing on fly-tipping and litter. Can this be replicated across London?
Joanne McCartney: What steps are you taking to encourage boroughs to follow Enfield Council’s lead and look to implement LED street lighting? This change helps save money and is better for the environment than conventional street lights.
Joanne McCartney: Can you update me on the progress of your Memories Scheme at the Museum of London? How many Londoners have engaged with the programme to date?
Joanne McCartney: What plans do you have to enable adults in London to improve their literacy skills?
Joanne McCartney: How are you encouraging other organisations to set up Memories schemes? This follows the good work of the Sporting Memories Foundation and the “Brand Memories” programme at the Museum of Brands.
Joanne McCartney: Further to MQ 2019/9271, can you update me on your plans to improve bus links to North Middlesex University Hospital?
Joanne McCartney: What geographic areas in Enfield & Haringey will be subject to an area study/review of the local bus network and their proposed timelines?
Joanne McCartney: What training do Metropolitan Police Officers receive on coercive control and stalking? How many reports of coercive control and stalking/harassment have been made to the Metropolitan Police Service since 2015? How many charges and prosecutions have been brought?
Joanne McCartney: A resident has raised concerns about the lack of lighting on the section of CS1 in Stamford Hill. Can you investigate if there is any action that can be taken to remedy the situation?
Joanne McCartney: Are there any planned improvement works for Cycle Superhighway 1?
Joanne McCartney: A constituent has asked me to ask you the following questions: Can the Mayor make it plain that any proposals to increase airport capacity in the London region (Deriving from additional runways, extra terminal or apron capacity, air traffic control regulations or improvements to surface access) should only be permitted if that increased capacity in passenger numbers and air transport...
Joanne McCartney: Do you support End Violence Against Women Coalition’s calls to resist a ‘campaign’ calling for anonymity of suspects in sexual offences cases?
Joanne McCartney: Thank you, Mr Mayor, and thank you for the way you answered that because the campaign started by Cliff Richard and Paul Gambaccini, both of whom were found innocent of charges against them, simply based on a misunderstanding that there is a false allegation crisis in relation to sexual offences, as they put it. I am glad that you have said that is a myth. There is no evidence of any...
Joanne McCartney: Thank you. One of the things that could help those charged but also survivors would be to reduce the length of time it takes for a trial to come to court. What are you, the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) and the MPS doing to work with the CPS to ensure that that time is reduced?
Joanne McCartney: Thank you.