Ealing Police Want To Talk To You
Community action day initiative
Police in Ealing are holding a Community Action Day today as part of a wider PR campaign in London.
Over the last three months, police in London’s 32 boroughs have spoken to around 23,000 people as part of the 'Listen to London' initiative.
The aim is to find out about the issues that matter most to people across the Capital, to share what the MPS is doing to tackle crime and to discuss how problems can be solved together.
Commander Mak Chishty, who leads on community engagement for the Met, said:
“We are committed to strengthening relationships and boosting confidence with our communities, which means that we must engage with the people who live, work, travel or visit London in ways that best suit their needs and lifestyles.
“London is a capital city with a gloriously diverse population that is constantly changing. Our challenge is to keep up with the changes and to police in a way that gives our communities every confidence in the service that we provide.
“We appreciate that there are no short-term fixes to tackle crime and are committed to working with our communities and partners to identify long-term solutions. This isn’t something that the police can do alone, but together we can make a real difference.”
Police representatives will be outside Ealing Town Hall between 10:30pm - 3:30pm
22nd October 2014