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Call for Enfield's views on Mayor of London Boris Johnson's police strategy Police and Crime Plan
The Mayor of London’s plans for policing in London will be discussed in Enfield on Monday.
Mayor Boris Johnson's draft police and crime plan details how policing will change in the city over the next four years.
The Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Stephen Greenhalgh, and Assistant Commissioner for Territorial Policing, Simon Byrne, will speak about the plan during a meeting in Civic Centre in Silver Street from 8pm.
The strategy includes boosting neighbourhood policing with 2,000 extra officers in the city and sets out new ways for the public to report crimes.
Stephen Greenhalgh, Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime said: "Policing in the capital is changing and we want to hear the views of Londoners.
“In these challenging economic times, tough decisions will have to be made but ultimately we want to boost public confidence in the police, cut crime, and drive down waste.
“To do this we need to get more officers out on the streets and be smarter about the how we use police buildings including police stations and custody suites.”
Mr Greenhalgh will host meetings in every London borough to call on the public to give their views about policing in London.