Senior officials from both the council and police will be in the civic centre, Morden, to ‘Face the People’ on Tuesday 10 September at 7pm.
Merton Council Chief Executive Ged Curran and Merton Police Borough Commander Darren Williams will be on hand to respond to any concerns or suggestions people may have on safety in Merton. Issues around crime and disorder will be open to discussion in the civic centre Committee Rooms. The meeting is organised by Merton Community and Police Engagement Group (CPEG) and Safer Merton chaired by Rev Andrew Wakefield.
Merton Council Chief Executive, Ged Curran, said: “Merton remains one of the safest boroughs in London. We want to keep it this way by addressing the public’s concerns. Face the People is the chance to take questions and feedback directly from residents.”
Merton Police Borough Commander, Chief Superintendent Darren Williams, said: “Listening to the concerns of Merton residents has always been, and will always be a priority for me. I am very proud of the crime reductions we have seen in Merton over the last year because they have been delivered through great relationships with our residents and businesses. I want to develop these further by working in partnership with our visitors and communities, to make our borough an even safer place to live in, work in or visit.”