We commit to:
- Build on the success of the CitySafe campaign by initiating a CitySafe Foundation, promoting and communicating CitySafe outside of our member institutions. The Foundation will oversee the development of more CitySafe Zones across London and community leaders who will think creatively about how to make our streets safer across the capital.
- Work with at least 4 Safer Neighbourhood teams to build a more relational approach to policing, through orientation and training.
- Hold rallies and events in each of our boroughs on 9th June to mark the beginning of 100 Days of Peace and demonstrate our commitment to work together to build more peaceful communities.
- Produce a map of London, which will be distributed to our institutions and published online to indicate the streets and neighbourhoods that have been adopted by Citizens.
We ask you to:
- Be an ambassador for the CitySafe Foundation. Including keeping City Hall as a CitySafe Zone, supporting us in the building of the Foundation and committing to help find resources for 50 CitySafe young champions, who will work in schools and develop theCitySafe campaign and CitySafe Zones across London.
- Attend as many rallies and events as possible on the morning of 9th June for the launch of 100 Days of Peace.
- Broker a meeting with the bus companies and London Citizens with a view to engaging our young people, Organisers and leaders in the training of bus drivers who will together develop a plan to make bus routes safer, particularly at school time. This will include piloting the New Bus For London (Routemaster) as the first CitySafe route.
To get more information on the campaign and to become invovled http://newcitizens.nationbuilder.com/support