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Find all the latest news from the Commissioner and her team on this page. The links on the left will enable you to check on all the Commissioner's Upcoming Events and you can also find out what is happening In Your Area of Merseyside.

If you have a media query or would like more information on news and upcoming events, please contact Chloe Griffiths, on (0151) 777 5193 or by email.

PCC recognises hard work of licensing officers

Merseyside / Thu 10th, Oct

Merseyside Police Commissioner Jane Kennedy handed out awards recognising the hard work of licensing and enforcement officers at their national conference today.

Jane Kennedy backs crackdown on school bullies

Merseyside / Thu 03rd, Oct

Merseyside’s Police Commissioner Jane Kennedy has backed a new crackdown on school bullies.

Positive probation review welcomed by Commissioner

Merseyside / Tue 17th, Sep

Merseyside Police Commissioner Jane Kennedy has welcomed a positive report of Merseyside Probation Trust following a recent inspection.

Project aimed at increasing diversity in the Force backed by PCC

Merseyside / Thu 12th, Sep

Merseyside Police Commissioner Jane Kennedy has thrown her weight behind a new project aimed at increasing diversity within the Force.

Commissioner welcomes independent review by ex-military chief

Merseyside / Wed 11th, Sep

Jane Kennedy has welcomed the announcement that retired military chief General Sir Nick Park will lead an independent review of the Association of Chief Police Officers.

Commissioner speaks at Superintendents' Conference

Merseyside / Wed 11th, Sep

Merseyside Police Commissioner Jane Kennedy was invited to speak at this year's Police Superintendents' Annual Conference.

Jane Kennedy praises crackdown on nuisance bikes

Merseyside / Fri 06th, Sep

Merseyside Police Commissioner Jane Kennedy has praised the Force for its summer crackdown on the illegal and anti-social use of off-road bikes.

Engagement 'ambassadors' at the heart of every community

Merseyside / Mon 02nd, Sep

A team of community engagement officers will act as “ambassadors” for the Merseyside Police Commissioner, enabling her to better understand the public’s priorities across the region.