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Date updated: 26/04/2024

Policing Plan 2022-25

The Policing Plan is a statutory requirement that set outs the Force’s objectives and priorities for the policing of the City for the forthcoming financial year.

The Plan acts as both a planning tool for the Force and as an important mechanism for communicating the Force’s and the City of London Corporation’s intentions to the public, partner agencies, and other stakeholders.

Feedback from our Communities helps shape the policing plan priorities for the City.

City of London Police Annual Report PDF (4MB)
Date submitted: 22/04/21
Police Authority Business Plan 2021-22 PDF (203KB)
Date submitted: 22/04/21

Serious Violence Strategy 2024

This document is the City of London's strategy for implementing the Serious Violence Duty, in line with the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022.

Serious Violence Duty Strategy 2024 PDF (5MB)
Date submitted: 14/02/24

Member Induction briefing

The briefing provides a helpful introduction to the work of the Police Authority, how it operates and its roles and responsibilities.

Member Induction briefing PDF (198KB)
Date submitted: 27/08/21

Independent Custody Visitors Scheme

The Independent Custody Visitors are volunteers who give up their free time to provide independent scrutiny of the treatment of those held in police detention and the conditions in which they are held.

Independent Custody Visiting Scheme Guidelines PDF (213KB)
Date submitted: 29/09/23

Safer City Partnership Strategy

Whilst not a Committee of the Board, the Safer City Partnership (SCP) brings together a range of agencies, including the City of London Police, the City of London Corporation, London Probation,

Clinical Commissioning Group, London Fire Brigade and others who have a key role to play in reducing and preventing crime and disorder. Please see the link above for the latest Safer City Partnership Strategy.