MOPAC Update - Track Crime Data in Your Area


Track Crime Data in Your Area

Last week I was delighted to launch the MOPAC crime dashboard. This interactive tool makes it easy for everyone to make sense of crime data across the capital and see what's happening in their area.

The dashboard clearly shows that we are on target to reach the 20% crime reduction target set in the Police and Crime Plan, and that London is leading the way in crime reduction. There is still more work to do in specific areas and on specific crime types, and the Mayor and I discussed these issues with the Met at our recent MOPAC Challenge.

The MOPAC crime dashboard is the first of a series of interactive data tools that we will launch in the coming months and is part of the Mayor's ongoing commitment to make police data more user-friendly.

Stephen Greenhalgh, Deputy Mayor for Policing & Crime

Get involved

MOPAC Local Policing Roadshows

The Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime is revisiting every London borough in 2014 with senior Metropolitan Police officers to talk about local policing, tell you how we've been putting the Police and Crime Plan into practice and to answer your questions. 
The first 16 events took place earlier this year. The second 16 events started in September and are happening throughout London until the end of the year.
In November, we will be visiting Croydon, Barking & Dagenham, Hounslow, Waltham Forest and Redbridge and in December, we will be in Enfield, Harrow, Bromley and Lewisham. All the information - including dates and venues - are on our website. 

Take part in the London Survey 

Our friends at the GLA want your views on everything from policing and crime to housing, jobs and more.

Your feedback from this new All London survey will be presented to the Mayor and his team to make sure City Hall meet your needs over the next two years. 

MOPAC Challenge - 26th Nov

On 26th November, MOPAC Challenge will look at Criminal Justice Performance. As part of this, we will be launching the second of our interactive dashboards on Criminal Justice Timeliness.
The MOPAC Challenge will take place on 26th Nov at 10am in the Chamber at City Hall. It will also be screened live as a webcast.


MOPAC takes charge of funding to support the capital's victims

MOPAC is now responsible for commissioning over £15m of victim services in the coming 18 months. This extra money means that MOPAC can provide funding to address the specific needs of victims in London.
Following an independent review of victim services in the capital overseen by Baroness Newlove,  MOPAC will focus this funding on putting the victim at the centre of support services in the capital.

Ethical Challenges of Policing in London

The London Policing Ethics Panel has been established by Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, to provide him with independent advice on ethical issues that arise from operational policing.
The Panel, headed by Lord Carlise of Berriew, published their essay into Ethical Challenges of Policing London in October.
Read it here.

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