Londoners are being asked to share their priorities for policing within the capital.
Residents and businesses are each being invited to complete surveys asking them to set out their priorities and suggest ways the Metropolitan Police Service can tackle them.
The survey is being conducted by the Metropolitan Police Authority, the body which scrutinises the MPS and holds the Commissioner to account.
MPA Chairman Kit Malthouse said the survey “plays an important part in setting the annual policing priorities for London and we want to encourage more and more Londoners to join in.”
Malthouse added: “This annual consultation helps restore the vital link between our local communities and their police service. All organisations do best when they listen to the people they serve and the police are no different.
“This year MPA staff will be working over the summer months to make sure communities have their say, by attending community events, Safer Neighbourhoods team’s surgeries, ‘have your say’ days and joining crime prevention buses to speak with people directly.
“We are also asking London’s business community to have their say in setting policing priorities with a specific questionnaire.”
The closing date responses 25th November 2011