Metropolitan Police Authority
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The Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) was the police authority responsible for supervising the Metropolitan Police Service, the police force for Greater London (excluding the City of London Police area).
It consisted of 23 members: 12 London Assembly members, appointed by the Mayor of London in accordance with the political balance on the Assembly, four magistrates and seven independents. The MPA was set up in 2000 as a functional body of the Greater London Authority, by the Greater London Authority Act 1999. Previously control of the Metropolitan Police had vested entirely in the Home Secretary.
John Roberts (independent)
- Tony Arbour (London Assembly, Conservative)
- Jennette Arnold (London Assembly, Labour)
- Victoria Borwick (London Assembly, Conservative)
- James Cleverly (London Assembly, Conservative)
- Dee Doocey (London Assembly, Liberal Democrat)
- Jenny Jones (London Assembly, Green)
- Joanne McCartney (London Assembly, Labour)
- Stephen O'Connell (London Assembly, Conservative)
- Caroline Pidgeon (London Assembly, Liberal Democrat)
- Faith Boardman (independent)
- Christopher Boothman (independent)
- Valerie Brasse (independent)
- Cindy Butts (independent)
- The Lord Harris of Haringey (independent)
- Kirsten Hearn (independent)
- Neil Johnson (independent)
- Clive Lawton (independent)
- Graham Speed (independent)
- Boris Johnson (?-2010)
- Len Duvall (?-2008)
- Deborah Regal (2008-2010)
- Richard Tracey (2008-10)
- , Archive of the Metropolitan Police Authority website as it existed on 15 January 2012 when the functions of the MPA were transferred to the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPC).
- Boris Johnson, Metropolitan Police Authority, retrieved 18 July 2011.
- Len Duvall interview, greenwich.co.uk, retrieved 18 July 2011.
- Deborah Regal, Metropolitan Police Authority, retrieved 18 July 2011.
- Richard Tracey joins Metropolitan Police Authority, london.gov.uk, retrieved 18 July 2011.
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