Everything tagged with police

Blog post: Roadpeace conference: Improving the post-crash response in London

With the support of LCC, CTC and Living Streets, Roadpeace is organising a conference on 22 September 2010 to highlight developments in the investigation and prosecution of casualty collisions. LCC is encouraging members and other London cyclis...

Blog post: LCC teams up with Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham for World Mental Health Day

photo Cycle training with Mind. Credit: Nicola Wissbrock         As part of Time to Change's campaign to end mental health discrimination, LCC and Mind in Tower Hamlets & Newham have joined forces to organise ...

Blog post: Increase in police Cycle Task Force means thieves face harder times

photo M Cavenett The next issue of LCC's London Cyclist member magazine looks at the Cycle Task Force     Ten more officers have been drafted into the Metropolitan Police Service's Cycle Task Force to help improve cycle safet...

Blog post: Get your bike security marked by the Cycle Task Force

As part of their campaign to improve cycle security across London, the Met Police's Cycle Task Force is offering free security marking and advice on how to register your bike. Upcoming bike marking events: 19th Oct - 8am to 10am - Penton Stree...

Blog post: Have your say: What should London's policing priorities be?

The Metropolitan Police Authority is now consulting the public for the coming year’s policing and performance plan. The plan outlines the Met’s priorities, objectives, performance targets and use of resources. In an online ...

Blog post: CPS refuses to act after motorist filmed threatening to kill cyclist

  A cyclist has complained after the Crown Prosecution Service refused to take action against a motorist who was filmed threatening to kill him as he cycled through Hounslow in November 2010. Martin Porter QC, a barrister...