In June 2015, the BBC will screen a six-part documentary on the Metropolitan Police Service. Called simply ‘The Met’, it will give an unrivalled insight into the workings of the UK’s largest police force, showcasing what we do well, what we don’t do so well, where we’ve got it right and some of those occasions on which we’ve got it wrong.
Redbridge is one of the boroughs featured in the programme and, as your local police we’re keen to hear what you think of the documentary. We also want to get your comments on the activities and behaviours shown on screen, and on how we can improve the service that we provide to the public.
To do this, we’ll be showing each and every episode of the documentary at three sites around Redbridge - north, central and south - and want to encourage every single one of you to come along to your local screening, watch the documentary and take part in a public meeting afterwards.
You’ll get the opportunity to ask questions about the way police handled the incidents shown on film, comment on our performance and provide feedback on how, in your view, we could have done better.
The times and locations of the showings will be made available in due course, but if you would like to attend one or more of these screenings please get in touch to confirm your place by replying to JIMailbox-.Events@met.police.uk.
I look forward to meeting as many of you as possible at these innovative events.