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NCRA NewsMail
 

8 December 2016 

(1) Formal consultation - Draft Police and Crime Plan for London

Thanks to Danielle Fuller, Bexley Safer Neighbourhood Board (BexleySNB) Co-ordinator for sending the following message :

Last week, the Mayor and Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime launched the draft police and crime plan for London. This draft reflects the Mayor’s manifesto and details his commitments to make London a safer city for all Londoners, no matter who you are or where you live.

The formal consultation on the draft plan runs from 1st December 2016 to 23rd February 2017 and the final plan will be published at the end of March 2017. As such, we are keen to ensure you have the time to read and respond to the proposals within it should you wish.

The draft plan is available for download at :

www.london.gov.uk/police-plan 

We are accepting responses to the consultation via our website, via the email address :

consultation@mopac.london.gov.uk 

or via post to our city hall address.

We want to encourage views from communities and individuals across London, please feel free to pass this email and our information on the consultation to your network.

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(2) Burglary Attack

A woman in her 70s suffered minor injuries at the hands of two burglars who forced their way into her home.

The duo broke into their victim's home in Chislehurst Road, Sidcup at around 11pm on Tuesday night.

Once inside, they pushed the pensioner to the ground and held her whilst searching the house for money.

The suspects, who were both wearing balaclavas, fled the scene with cash, jewellery and the victim's handbag.

A Met Police spokesperson described the suspects as

"white / olive skinned, possibly eastern European."

"One is described as about 5ft 7ins tall with stocky build; the other taller and of a thin build."

Any witnesses or anyone with any information is asked to call Bexley CID via 101.

To give information anonymously contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or visit   www.crimestoppers-uk.org/