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Help decide London’s policing priorities

13:46 27 February 2013

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The mayor's office wants your views on the future of policing in Havering and London.

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Have your say on what you think the police and crime priorities should be in London.

The Mayor’s Office of Policing and Crime (Mopac) wants your views to help shape the Mayor’s Police and Crime Plan, which will be published in April.

The roadshow will visit Havering Salvation Army, in High Street, Romford, between 8pm and 9pm, on Monday.

Read the draft consultation documents and register to attend an event at: www.london.gov.uk/policingevents

Admission is free.

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