If you asked me to sum up this year’s Bonfire Night, I’ve got one word: Relief, writes Cllr Laura Robertson-Collins, Cabinet member for Neighbourhoods.
We have a Bonfire Night problem in Liverpool – and it needs tackling head on, writes Councillor Laura Robertson-Collins, Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods.
Time is running out for people to have a say over the shaping of a new strategy aimed at reducing serious violence across our region.
A group of volunteer Police Cadets have delivered thousands of leaflets to residents in Liverpool, to help collect their views on how to reduce serious violence across the region.
Schoolchildren have featured in a poignant video to remind people about the power of community spirit following the tragic murder of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel last August.
Crime prevention kits are being handed out in three wards in south Liverpool today as part of an ongoing project to cut crime and anti-social behaviour and improve community relationships in the area.
Twenty organisations have been given thousands of pounds in funding to help crackdown on serious and organised crime in parts of Liverpool and Knowsley.
Merseyside Police and the Police Commissioner joined forces with partners including Liverpool City Council to tackle serious organised crime across the region.
People in Merseyside can hand in their bladed weapons as part of a knife and weapons surrender being carried out this week (15-21 May).
A campaign to increase women’s safety, particularly around the transport network, is being rolled out across the whole of Merseyside.
A consultation is under way aimed at gaining a wider understanding of how safe women and girls they feel in the areas they live, work and socialise.