As part of her commitment to engage with all the communities of Merseyside, the Commissioner has worked with Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (CVS) to create a network to engage with the region's Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise (VCFSE) Sector Network.
The Safer Future Communities Merseyside VCF Network is co-ordinated by Sefton Council for Voluntary Services (CVS). Membership of the Network is open to all VCFSE Sector organisations either based, or providing a service, in Merseyside.
The Commissioner's team engage regularly with the Network focussing on how it can give the VCFSE Sector a voice.
The Commissioner's aim is to use their advice and support to help tackle criminal justice issues. She also uses these meetings to update the Network on key developments and upcoming events, as well as listening to their concerns.
Jane said: "I have huge admiration for the energy and commitment that the VCFSE Sector brings and their advice and insight is invaluable to me."
For more information about the VCFSE Network, please contact the Commissioner's Community Engagement Officer Jenny Currie on (0151) 777 5154 or by email.
To find out information about upcoming meetings please visit the VCF Network's page.