Next of Kin: Jacqueline Williams

We are appealing on behalf of Liverpool Coroner’s office for help in tracing the next of kin of a 67 year-old woman. Jacqueline Williams sadly passed away at her home in Waterloo Road, New Brighton. Her death is not being treated as suspicious. Anyone with information should email or call 0151 233 5770 (option 1) to […]

Project Medusa launches Motor Vehicle Workshop at Coop Bebington Academy

Project Medusa has teamed up with the Coop Academy Bebington to open its first motor vehicle workshop for students. The workshop, funded through the Project Medusa, has been established to offer some students the chance to complete vocational and apprenticeship courses, keeping them in full time education, working towards the goal of employment. Project Medusa […]

Day of action in Wirral targeting criminals leads to nine arrests, drugs and weapon seized

We arrested nine and seized drugs and weapons during a day of action in the Woodchurch estate in Birkenhead yesterday (Thursday 26 May). Our community policing team and Matrix officers carried out the proactive policing operation, Operation Presley, to disrupt criminality and protect those living in the area. Throughout the day and evening police patrolled […]

Missing Maria Reid

Please share and help us find missing 34-year-old Maria Reid from Southport. Maria was last seen at Linaker Primary School at around 8.30am Wednesday 25 May and extensive enquiries are ongoing to find her. She is white, 5ft 1in tall, of broad build, with tanned skin, shoulder length brown hair and brown eyes. When last […]

Council Tax Energy Rebate – your questions answered

We know many of you are wondering when you will get your Council Tax Energy Rebate payment. We’ve answered some of the most frequent questions below. What is the Council Tax Energy Rebate? Earlier this year, the government announced support to help with rising energy bills, including a one-off payment of £150 to households in […]

Bramley-Moore Dock legal and financial advice settlement

JOINT STATEMENT FROM LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL AND EVERTON FOOTBALL CLUB Liverpool City Council and Everton Football Club have reached an amicable settlement after concluding negotiations over the payment of historic external financial and legal advice sought over the Club’s transformational new stadium development at Bramley-Moore Dock. Between 2016 and 2019, both parties were in talks […]

Two arrested and suspected drugs seized in Liverpool

We arrested two men after officers on patrol in Liverpool spotted a car being driven through a red light. At 8.10pm, Tuesday 24 May, officers on proactive patrol in the area saw a grey VW Polo with two men inside at a red light on Upper Parliament Street. The car then drove through the red […]

Op Sceptre week of action round-up

Last week, officers across the country came together to raise awareness of knife crime and the efforts that are on-going to tackle this issue. Operation Sceptre is a week-long national campaign to target those carrying weapons, prevent knife related offences, raise awareness of the dangers of knife crime, and provide young people with more positive […]

Statement following assault on Campbell Square Liverpool

This week on Merseyside we’ve sadly seen the consequences of carrying and using knives.  On Tuesday, 24 May, a 14-year-old boy was convicted of fatally stabbing 12-year-old Ava White in Liverpool City Centre on Thursday 25 November. He will be sentenced later this year.  Yesterday, Wednesday 25 May, a 14-year-old boy was stabbed in the armpit during […]

‘Our Croxteth’ £50k Funding Winners Announced

In February, over 150 people from Croxteth, north Liverpool, came together for the ‘Our Croxteth’ event, which invited local people and groups to present a ‘Dragon’s Den’-style pitch to a community panel, made up of local residents, for funding to run creative and innovative projects to support people in the community. All successful projects demonstrated […]