MOPAC Challenge - 11th July 10:30am
As one of the Non-Executive Advisor's to the Deputy Mayor for Police and Crime, I will be taking part in the MOPAC Challenge on 11th July.
Holding the MPS to account for delivery against key performance targets is one of the most important roles of the Mayor in his capacity as the head of the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime.
On 11 July at 10:30am, the Mayor will be chairing the quarterly MOPAC Performance Challenge meeting. The meeting will be held in the Chamber at City Hall and will be webcast here.
The Mayor and his Deputy Mayor, Stephen Greenhalgh, will be discussing performance against the Mayor’s 20:20:20 challenge - to reduce crime by 20% across 7 key neighbourhood crime types; to boost public confidence in the police by 20%; and to cut costs at the Met by 20% and save £500 million. Additionally, speakers from the Crown Prosecution Service and HM Courts and Tribunals Service will discuss work underway to meet MOPAC’s target of reducing delays in the criminal justice system by 20% by increasing efficiency.
The transcript of the last quarterly Performance Challenge meeting (held on 30 April 2013) can be found here.
Please note there will be no papers for this meeting. Any PowerPoint presentation used during the meeting and will be made available on the website.