Time is running out for Harrow residents to comment on Boris Johnson's draft Police and Crime Plan

Boris Johnson has set out his ideas for the future of policing in the plan

Boris Johnson has set out his ideas for the future of policing in the plan

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Harrow people have just three weeks left to comment on plans that could see the closure of Pinner Police Station and the police counter at Harrow's Civic Centre.

Residents have until March 6 to enter feedback on the Mayor of London’s draft Police and Crime Plan, which sets out Boris Johnson’s vision for the future of the capital’s policing.

Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Stephen Greenhalgh, said: "Policing in London is changing and we want to hear your views. 

“As we’ve travelled across the capital we’ve had some really valuable discussions and with just three weeks left to go I’d urge anyone with an interest in policing in Harrow to get involved.

“These views will help shape the final plan which aims to make a real difference to the future of policing in London.”

To comment on the plan visit www.london.gov.uk/mopac

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10:10pm Thu 14 Feb 13

harrowKing says...

No sensible person in Harrow would say close our police bases – does this mean that police stations and counters are safe in Harrow, the place you keep visiting Mr Johnson?
No sensible person in Harrow would say close our police bases – does this mean that police stations and counters are safe in Harrow, the place you keep visiting Mr Johnson? harrowKing
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