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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.

Jane Kennedy welcomes new Chief Executive

Merseyside / Wed 10th, Jul

Jane Kennedy, Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside, has today confirmed the appointment of her new Chief Executive, Dr Joanne Liddy.

Jane Kennedy urges Home Secretary to protect vital police services

Merseyside / Wed 26th, Jun

Jane Kennedy, Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside, urged Theresa May to protect police budgets and to assist urban police forces like Merseyside to remain effective by minimising further budg

Commissioner Kennedy formally responds to PCP Panel

Merseyside / Tue 18th, Jun

Jane Kennedy, Police Commissioner for Merseyside, has today sent a formal response to Merseyside’s Police and Crime Panel, addressing concerns laid out in a report produced by the panel on 17th May.

Jane Kennedy welcomes HASC report

Jane's Blog / Fri 24th, May

Jane Kennedy, Police Commissioner for Merseyside, has responded to the Home Affairs Committee report on Police and Crime Commissioners’ interests, pay, costs, second jobs and offices.

Jane Kennedy responds to Merseyside Police and Crime Panel report

Merseyside / Wed 22nd, May

Commissioner Kennedy said, "I will be considerin

Jane Kennedy Announces Relocation Plans

Jane's Blog / Wed 22nd, May

Jane Kennedy, Police Commissioner for Merseyside, has published her plan to move her office from Bixteth Street in Liverpool City Centre to Allerton Police Station. The move will allow Commissioner Ke

Jane Kennedy Congratulates Regional Crime Unit on Operation Blenheim Success

Jane's Blog / Tue 14th, May

Jane Kennedy today (14.5.13) paid tribute to Titan (the North West Regional Organised Crime Unit) as the sentencing of 30 people for serious drug offences began at Liverpool Crown Court. The individua