The Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) will meet at City Hall on Thursday, 28th May. This meeting, which is open to the public, will be held in the Chamber, at 10.00 a.m.
Boris Johnson, MPA Chair and Kit Malthouse, MPA Vice Chair, will give an oral update on any key issues or events since the last Authority meeting and Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson will present a report on policing performance, including a breakdown of the demands of policing the Parliament Square Tamil protest, and respond to questions from Authority members.
‘Met Forward’, the MPA strategy document agreed by members at the April Authority meeting, includes establishing a Civil Liberties Panel, and members will consider the draft terms of reference for that panel. The Authority will also discuss a report outlining a new statement of the member role and responsibilities, together with proposals for assisting members in that role through assessment and development.
The Authority will hear two questions from members of the public: one relating to noise from helicopters and the other about the policing of G20.