Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner Candidates

Dialogue Event with VCF Sector Organisations

  • On the 15th November we will all be asked to vote for candidates for the position of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside.
  • The candidates will take up office on 22nd November and will be responsible for drawing up detailed plans for the tackling of crime and general policing as well as the whole community safety agenda.
  • They will have a wide range of powers and will be setting community safety/ criminal justice priorities across all the areas of Merseyside.

If you are connected to a VCF Sector organisation (staff, trustee, volunteer etc)  and would like to meet the candidates and have the opportunity to ask the candidates questions prior to the election then come to;

St. George’s Hall, St. George’s Place, Liverpool L1 1JJ

29th October 4 – 6pm.

This opportunity has been organised by the Merseyside Safer Future Communities Network representing the Voluntary, Community and Faith Sector organisations across the five Boroughs of Merseyside.

Members of the Network team will be present to sign up Voluntary, Community and Faith organisations to receive regular updates about progress, planning  and possible collaborations within their own areas.

To book a place at the event or send in a question for the candidates contact:

Keelan Early on

For further information contact Paula Atherton or Neil Frackelton, Sefton CVS on 0151 928 2233 Ext 111

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