It’s important that we protect young people affected by or involved in crime. Whether victims, witnesses or offenders, the criminal justice system needs to provide effective support.
London’s police and other emergency services do a great job, but the priorities and resources set for them are key to their ability and our overall safety.
We need to ensure that there’s a visible police presence all over our city, that community relations with them are strengthened and that all of our emergency services are well prepared and resourced for major incidents of any kind.
This is the place to talk safety in the capital. Join the discussions below or start up one of your own.
How confident are you that the criminal justice system is effective at bringing people who commit crimes to justice? This includes institutions involved in making and enforcing laws, from legislation to policing, the courts system and punishment (e.g.
A range of organisations are committed to working together to prevent violence against women and girls, to hold perpetrators to account and ensure that women and girls who have been victims have the support they need to rebuild their lives.
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.
The roads have never been busier, and new rules and procedures have been introduced in recent years that make them more dangerous than ever, for pedestrians.
Few Peds seem to understand Yellow Box Junctions.
There should be a small community Police Station on very shopping high road. It will help discourage theft and anti sociable behaviour which will create a safe environment for all shoppers.
I live in Southwark but at Crystal Palace which is the meeting point of five of our London Boroughs.
Last evening at 5pm I crossed Westminster Bridge and was shocked and horrified by the number of groups of men fleecing the innocent/naive tourists with the game using 3 cups, I believe it is called "Find the Lady".
I am a bus Driver and the suitablility of modern buses for the job at hand is a whole different subjuect matter but what concerns me greater is the shift patterns expected to work by Bus Drivers, set out by their Employers.
There are often root causes of crime, such as homelessness or unemployment. What do you think should be done to address these issues and help reduce the numbers of people getting into crime?
Figures show that hate crime, rape and domestic violence crimes go under-reported. What do you think can be done to help address this?
When some people use heroin, cocaine, PCP, etc, they make me feel sick.
Sometimes they go mental themselves and think they want to kill people with knives.
Is this good for safety?
Work this one out and we're in the honey.
Does CCTV make you feel safer on the streets?
I voted for the mayor of London as he promised to scrap the council tax my wage earning is after tax £1100 my rent is £595 council tax 150 and the bills I have £30 to my name after paying for everything and then you wonder why people don't vote.
Hi there i am self employed and i live in the North East of England 250 away from the city of London and i am disgusted by the fact that the borough councils in London seem hell bent on screwing the motorist for every penny they can get, i feel sorry for the people of London so how does any one f