Introducing the Met Volunteer Programme Aims and objectives Increase understanding about the MVP Overview of MVP volunteers MVP Volunteer activities Organisational benefits of MVP What the Commissioner says….
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“The development of the Met Volunteer Programme in every Borough is the most visible symbol of a Met which wishes to make London safer together with the community, and I am immensely grateful to all those who are stepping forward to help in this way.”
Sir Ian Blair
14th March 2007
“The Met Volunteer Programme is not only the best of any statutory service provider I have ever seen; it is also an exemplar amongst all sectors.”
(Volunteering England, 2006)
The mission of the MVP is to be the best volunteer programme in the public sector
The MVP attracts men and women from all backgrounds, e.g:
People volunteer for a range of reasons:
Currently volunteers support the Met in areas such as:· Safer Neighbourhood teams· Assisting at front counters· Press and media · Victim and witness care· Youth Offending Teams· Criminal Justice Units· General administration
“Volunteers reflect the diversity of the local community and create links with it". Volunteering England
"…it's a good feeling being needed again"
“…I believe the MVP is about the Met reaching out to the community”
“As a blind person I feel that I have been able to increase people’s awareness of disability which has been very rewarding”
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