The Commissioner provides a voice for the people of Merseyside. She wants to hear your views on policing, crime, justice and community safety.

Your views shape her vision and strategies for the region.

Please note, there are no consultations currently running.


Previous Consultations

Take a look at some of the consultations the Commissioner has previously carried out to help inform her work.

Please note, all of these consultations are now closed.

Have your say on plans to protect police funding & recruit 160 new officers

The PCC wants your views on plans to protect frontline policing and recruit 160 extra police officers over the next 12 months.
PCC consults on plans to protect frontline policing & recruit 160 more officers
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Community Remedy Consultation 2019

Jane would like to hear your views on what you think about punishing offenders who are responsible for anti-social behaviour and nuisance crime to ensure victims' views are put first.
Community Remedy Consultation 2019
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Have your say on police funding & plans to recruit 40 new officers

Jane is reluctanctly asking if you would be willing to pay a little extra through the police precept, which is collected alongside the council tax, to help protect 100 police officer jobs and recruit 40 new officers.
Have your say on police funding
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Help to protect local policing

The Commissioner is reluctantly asking if you would be willing to pay a little extra to help protect police officer numbers and recruit new armed officers after the government sidestepped its responsibility to invest in the police service. To help fill a funding black hole, the Government has assumed local people can pay more towards policing, but before Jane makes a decision she wants your views
Help to protect local policing
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Victim experience survey

If you’ve been a victim of crime, share your experiences of the support you received to help the Commissioner improve services for others in future.
Victim experience survey
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Taking the right steps - two more Community Police Stations on the Wirral

If you live on the Wirral, Jane wants your views on where your local police station should be located.
Wirral Community Police Stations
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Helping to protect local policing against government cut

The Commissioner is reluctanctly asking if you would be willing to pay a little extra to protect local policing against on-going cuts to the police budget? To help fill a funding black hole, the Government has assumed local people can pay more towards policing, but before Jane makes a decision she wants your views.
Helping to protect local policing
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My Priority - Merseyside's Police and Crime Plan consultation

Will you support Merseyside’s Police Commissioner in making the region’s road safer? Jane Kennedy has launched a region-wide consultation asking people for their views on her existing policing priorities for Merseyside and is specifically asking whether you back her proposal to make 'improving road safety’ a new priority for the region.
My Priority - Merseyside's Police and Crime Plan consultation
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Paying to Protect Local Policing

After six years of austerity, the Government announced in December that it would not cut the police budget any further. However, in his calculations the Chancellor actually included a 0.6% cut to Merseyside Police’s grant that he assumed would be made up by local people paying more towards policing through their Council Tax. Now Jane wants to hear whether you would be willing to make up the shortfall and protect local policing.
Paying to protect local policing
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Taking the Right Steps - Wirral's Community Police Stations

If you live on the Wirral, Jane wants your views on where your local police station should be located.
Wirral's Community Police Station
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Paying to Protect Your Police

Jane is asking people across Merseyside to help protect vital police services from on-going government cuts by paying a little extra. She wants to hear your opinion first.
Paying to Protect Your Police
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Taking the right steps

Jane has unveiled £130m proposals to transform Merseyside Police stations - making officers more visible and accessible while saving money and protecting officer jobs. She wants to hear your views on her plans
Taking the right steps
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Community Remedy Consultation

Jane Kennedy and her Deputy Ann O'Byrne would like to hear your views on what you think about punishing offenders who are responsible for anti-social behaviour and low level crime to ensure victims' views are put first.
Community Remedy
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Putting Victims First

If you’ve been a victim of crime, share your experiences to help the Commissioner improve services for others in future.
Putting Victims First

You can also give the Commissioner your views by using the Contact page.