The Deputy Police Commissioner is today meeting with the Police and Crime Panel, the body which scrutinses the work of the Commissioner.
The Panel support the Commissioner in her work, while holding responsibility for overseeing her work and making sure she is holding the Chief Constable to account.
This is the third meeting of this financial year and it will be attended by the Deputy Police Commissioner, Cllr Emily Spurrell.
On the agenda for the discussion are the Commissioner's priority of providing a visible and accessible neighbourhood policing style. She will also update members on the work of the Victim Care Merseyside service, which aims to help victims of crime to cope and recover, and the progress of her 10-year strategy to transform and modernise Merseyside Police's stations and buildings so they are efficient and fit-for-purpose.
The Deputy Police Commissioner will also present a report on the work of the Community Engagement team and the appropriate adult service which is commissioned to ensure vulnerable people in police custody get the support they need.
These meetings are always open to the public and you are welcome to attend.
The papers for this meeting are always published five days ahead of this meeting and can be found on the Police and Crime Panel website here.