I raised the Metropolitan Police Consultation exercise last October. I have now received an email thanking me for my contribution and enclosing a Newsletter. This indicates the Metropolitan Police's priorities and what they are doing about them. Disappointingly, unless you can count running down cyclists as 'anti social behaviour' (top of the list) then there is not a mention anywhere of tackling the danger imposed by some motorists.
On the other hand 'anti social behaviour' probably can be interpreted as including such matters as riding a bicyle on the pavement or banging the side of a vehicle that has just put you in danger. The newsletter endows ASB with its own acronym but does not really indicate what it is. Some clues are I suppose to be found here.
It is disappointing that bad and aggressive driving does not feature anywhere.