Merseyside's Police Commissioner and her Deputy will meet with PCC colleagues from around the country today for a series of meetings.
Deputy PCC Cllr Emily Spurrell will be joining a meeting of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioner's (APCC), victims' group and the National Anti-Trafficking and Modern Slavery network today.
She will also join an interactive 'deep dive' policy session exploring the role of Community Safety Partnerships and how the partnerships can be better utiised to address both high volume and serious crime.
Tomorrow (Wednesday 30th January) the Commissioner, Jane Kennedy, and Deputy will join the APCC's General Meeting. The APCC is the national body which represents Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs).
The meeting will include an address from the Minister of State for Security, Ben Wallace MP, on the Serious and Organised Crime Strategy. The PCCs will also hear from the Director of Public Prosecutions, Max HIll QC and receive an update on the emergency services mobile communications programme. Further updates on the National Police Air Service (NPAS) and finance will als be delivered.
Find out more about the APCC here.