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Deputy PCC goes back to school

Merseyside / July 20

Merseyside’s Deputy Police Commissioner went back to school today to present the students with certificates as they celebrated their ‘graduation’.

Cllr Sue Murphy was invited to Allanson Street Primary School for their Year 6 ‘leavers assembly’.

The event gave Sue the chance to meet the youngsters and congratulate them as they completed their time at Primary School.

The Deputy Commissioner said: “I was delighted to visit Allanson Street Primary School today and meet some of the fantastic young people who are studying there.

“The Commissioner and I are committed to engaging with young people here on Merseyside and we enjoy the opportunity to talk and meet with youngsters from across the region.

“We already have a committed and dedicated Youth Advisory Group, made up of a diverse mix of young people who we meet with regularly and tell us what they want to see from the criminal justice system and give us their feedback on key issues affecting young people, such as Child Sexual Exploitation, stop and search and hate crime.

“This event was a great opportunity for me to engage with even more young people. The children of Allanson were brilliant and a credit to themselves, their school and their community.

"A big thank you to the Headteacher, Patricia Farnell, and Deputy Head, Paul Boyle, for their kind invitation.”