A text message service enabling women and girls to report sexual violence on the bus network is being launched as part of the Safer Streets Liverpool campaign today.
Liverpool is celebrating securing prestigious Purple Flag status again – taking its reign into a twelfth successive year.
More than £3.2m of funding has been pledged to support victims of sexual violence over the next five years by Merseyside’s Police Commissioner, working in partnership with NHS and local councils, including Liverpool.
The Government has approved a comprehensive Landlord Licensing scheme covering around 80 per cent of privately rented properties in Liverpool.
Young people in Liverpool most at risk of serious violence or gang exploitation will benefit from targeted support to keep them engaged in education and attending lessons.
Pupils living in areas of the city affected by the recent terrorist attack in Liverpool have been offered support.
Faith leaders in Liverpool have come together to appeal for unity following Sunday's terrorist attack in the city.
The Mayor of Liverpool and the Chief Constable of Merseyside Police have come together at the start of Hate Crime Awareness Week to put tackling hate crime at the top of their agenda.