Tories teach Lib Dems how to fight Crime
London’s Conservative Deputy Mayor visited Kingston Town Centre this week to review how well Lib Dem leader Cllr Liz Green is implementing Tory policies to make us the safest borough in London, following a disastrous track record of problems in our town’s night club district.
Kingston’s Conservatives, working as part of the Safer Kingston Partnership, have helped deliver a 12.5% cut in crime this year alone. The Safer Kingston Partnership includes the council and emergency services, who work alongside businesses and voluntary organisations to reduce crime across Kingston and Surbiton.
Leader of the Conservative Group, Cllr Howard Jones said:
“We’ve worked hard with residents and businesses over many years to force through changes which ensure crime remains low and keeps going down year on year.
“We are especially pleased to see the policies we have campaigned for are being adopted by the Lib-Dem led Council. Imposing restrictions on anti-social behavior and consumption of alcohol in ‘hot spots’ are at long last being introduced.
“London’s Conservative Mayor is determined to improve the efficiency of our police services, so we can see more police on the streets and less behind desks.
“Only the Conservatives in Kingston can be trusted to remain committed to delivering the safest borough in London.”