The Met Police and other organisations have an important role to play in tackling hate crime, extremism and terrorism in a city as large, diverse and connected as London.
Hate crime are crimes targeted at people because of their race/ethnicity, disability, religion, sexual orientation or identity.
The challenges of terror and extremism require a sophisticated approach to policing. This can often involve police officers carrying firearms in London, but also working with communities to stand against extremism.
Do you think London is a place where people from different backgrounds get on well together? How well do you think the Met Police deals with hate crime? What more could the police and/or Mayor do to improve how safe you feel from the threat of a terrorist attack?