Agenda for the 8 September 2011 meeting of the Strategic and Operational Policing Committee, with details of the reports and minutes for this meeting.

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Strategic and Operational Policing Committee
8 September 2011
10 Dean Farrar Street, London, SW1H 0NY.

Part 1

Items to be considered while the press and public are present

  1. Apologies for absence
  2. To receive any declarations of interests from members of the Authority
    A paper is included which provides members with advice.
  3. Minutes: Strategic and Operational Policing Committee 14 July 2011
  4. Urgent actions and urgent operational issues - oral report (if any)
  5. Headline performance report
  6. Thematic performance report against MPA/MPS Policing London Business Plan: preventing terrorism and extremism in London
  7. Territorial Policing (TP) thematic performance report: convincing communities we are on their side
  8. MPS implementation of the Police National Database
  9. Update on Operation Target
  10. Directorate of Professional Standards performance report
  11. Operational policing and officer availability
  12. Custody Suites
  13. Update on the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill
    MPA officers will provide an oral update on the progress of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill. (Oral report)
  14. Exclusion of Press and Public
    To resolve that the press and public be asked to leave the meeting during discussion of the remaining items of business because exempt information as defined in Schedule 12a to the Local Government Act 1972 as amended is likely to be made known.

Please note that members of the press and public must leave the meeting at this point.

Part 2

Items considered after the exclusion of the press and public

  1. Minutes: Strategic and Operational Policing Committee 14 July 2011 (part 2)
  2. Application for increased funding for legal representation
    Members are asked to agree a sum of money.

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