There are a number of opportunities for you to get involved and help support the Commissioner in achieving her Police and Crime Plan priorities.
All the Commissioner's community engagement activity is designed to ensure she understands and considers your views. You can get involved by:
- Talking to us on Social Media
- Airing your views at Upcoming Events
- Reading about Key Decisions made by the Police Commissioner
- Taking part in our Surveys & Consultations
- Signing up for our regular e-newsletter
You can also find out more about a particular topic or issue in Resources & Campaigns.
The Commissioner has also created a Community Engagement team to act as her ambassadors in every area of the county. Please use this team as your first point of contact if you would like to get in touch with the Commissioner about an event in your area.
Independent Custody Visiting scheme
You could join our Independent Custody Visiting Scheme and report back to the Police Commissioner for Merseyside on the welfare of detainees being held in custody suites across the county.Find out more
Animal Welfare Scheme
Animal welfare visitors are members of the local community who visit, observe and report upon the conditions in which Merseyside Police dogs and horses are housed, trained and transported.Find out more
Merseyside Domestic Abuse Workplace scheme
You and your organisation can help to break the cycle of domestic abuse by joining the Merseyside Domestic Abuse Workplace Scheme. This important, free initiative aims to encourage organisations to provide staff with a safe and secure working environment, creating safe spaces where staff affected by domestic abuse can talk in confidence.Find out more
If you're aged between 16 and 24 and live, work or study in Merseyside you could help to support, challenge and inform the work of the Police Commissioner and wider criminal justice system by becoming a Youth Ambassador.Find out more
Get involved in your community
You can make a difference in your local community by getting involved in your Neighbourhood Watch scheme. By becoming a member you can help to prevent crime, increase the community spirit in your area and even reduce your home insurance bill.Find out more
If you would like more information about any of these schemes, please get in touch with our team.