Young people in London could be able to rate their contact with the local Metropolitan Police via text messaging. The project has been developed following discussions with young people and...

Young people in London could be able to rate their contact with the local Metropolitan Police via text messaging.  The project has been developed following discussions with young people and is likely to be trialled in three London areas from September.

The idea of the pilot is being explored by the Met in consultation with groups, including the UK Youth Parliament, as part of an initiative to improve its relationship with young people.

Saad Butt, 17, a member of the Met's youth advisory board, said: "Texting would definitely work – it's something convenient and cheap and can be done at their discretion. Talking to people on the phone or writing to them can take guts."Young People Now Article

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