Tackling violent crime City Hall and the Met Police are taking action to tackle the scourge of violent crime in London. Police and Crime Plan The Police and Crime Plan 2017-2021 sets out our priorities for making London a safer city. A better Police Service We are taking a new approach to setting priorities and seeing a return to real neighbourhood policing. A better Justice Service We want to see the Criminal Justice System in London transform into a Criminal Justice Service with the focus on victims Keeping children safe We want children in London to grow up in a culture of respect - for themselves, for others and for the law. Violence against women Our aim is to reduce violence against women and girls in London and change the culture that enables this to happen. Tackling hate crime We are taking a zero-tolerance approach against perpetrators of hate crime. Further information The Mayor at MOPAC MOPAC is headed by the Mayor of London, and is responsible for policing in the capital, outside the City of London. Public scrutiny meetings At these regular meetings, we question the MPS and other agencies on their work to keep London safe. The Deputy Mayor Sophie Linden is London's Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime. Contact us Details if you want to contact the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime directly.