The Metropolitan Police have launched a survey to hear from Londoners how they access police services. This is part of a Met review on how the public access police services and may well be used to prepare for the closure of Police stations, which is why Joanne McCartney, London Assembly Member for Enfield & Haringey, is urging residents to take part.
"I am very concerned that the Met’s review hasn’t been publicised widely, and so I wanted to ensure that you all heard about the survey and had the opportunity to take part."
The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and asks about front counters, telephone and on-line services. The Met have already stated that one of their options is to have one 24hr police station in each borough supported by scheduled drop-in desks in other locations. What would you like to see?
To take part please go to http://www.met.police.uk/contacts/public_access_survey.htm
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