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Assembly will question the Mayor of London

Roger Evans, London Assembly Member, will today question the Mayor of London Boris Johnson about plans to enchance fronter counter service for victims of crime. At present, those who may have been victims of violence have to queue behind people reporting lost property and individuals reporting for bail. 

Speaking before the meeting, Mr Evans said: 

"I believe that there is a real opportunity during the process of change within the police to enhance the quality of offer for those who are victims of crime. This is specially true of vulnerable people, such as victims of domestic violence. It cannot be right that at present, people who have to report sensitive crimes are using the same counter service as people reporting for bail. I will be pushing the Mayor to give detail on how a more discreet service offered in neutral community based locations such as libraries will work"

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