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Merseyside's Youth Ambassadors volunteer to support, challenge and inform the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner and the wider criminal justice system.

This initiative aims to involve 10 enthusiastic, skilled young people more closely with the work of the Commissioner, helping to shape the way she engages with young people while giving them a greater voice in policing and community safety matters.

Youth Ambassadors logoThe role lasts for 12 months and is open to those aged between 16 and 24 who live, work or study in Merseyside.

Youth Ambassadors meet bi-monthly with the Police Commissioner and her team and assist in the creation and delivery of a new Youth Engagement Plan, which they will help to share with other young people by visiting schools, youth clubs and community groups across Merseyside.

They are also expected to attend youth engagement events, inform campaigns aimed at young people and review the services offered to their peers.

Meet the current Youth Ambassadors here

The Youth Ambassador role replaced the Commissioner’s Youth Advisory Group which ran from 2013 until June 2019.

More information

Please note, applications to become a Merseyside Youth Ambassador for 2019/20 are now closed.

For more information about the scheme, please call 0151 777 5155 and ask for a member of the Community Engagement team or email [email protected].

Youth Ambassadors

Jane wants your views on policing funding today...

The Police Commissioner has to set the police budget soon.

She wants your views on  if you would be willing to contribute an extra 19p a week in your council tax  to enable the Chief Constable to recruit 160 new police officers next year, as well help balance the budget and protect jobs?

Without the extra funding the Commissioner will have to reduce the budget, the recruitment of new officers can’t
go ahead and the Chief Constable will be required to cut back on the service again.