Sir Paul comes to Bromley

Sir Paul Stephenson, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police visited the Bromley Community Engagement Forum AGM this evening.

He spoke to the meeting about his priorities for the Met, the challenges of the recession and the changes that he plans to make. It was clear that Sir Paul’s brand of front line first, no nonsense policing was exactly what the audience wanted to hear.
Questions from the floor covered everything from the number and distribution of police stations to the effect on UK policing of the Lisbon Treaty. I don’t even get questions that diverse!
Pictured are (left to right) Howard Clarke (Chairman of the BCEF), Sir Paul Stephenson, me, Chief Sup. Charles Griggs (Borough Commander).

2 responses to “Sir Paul comes to Bromley

  1. Oh yes, the same 'Sir' who was appointed Head of the Metropolitan Police shortly after his (reported) leadership in the Zanu style raid on Parliament and the, alleged, terrifying raid on Damian Green's home and family.

    Looks can be so deceiving ……

  2. Oh yes, the same 'Sir' who was appointed Head of the Metropolitan Police shortly after his (reported) leadership in the Zanu style raid on Parliament and the, alleged, terrifying raid on Damian Green's home and family.

    Looks can be so deceiving ……

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