Knowsley

 

Welcome to your local policing information for Knowsley.

We want to involve you and keep you up to date about what we've been doing and what's going on where you live.

In this section you will find latest news, details about your local policing team, including how you can contact them, and what we've been doing to tackle the issues that matter most to you.

For details on The Community Trigger for Knowsley please click here. This is a process which allows members of the community to ask the Safer Knowsley Partnership to review how they have responded to reports of anti-social behaviour.

Local Policing Superintendent Paul Levick

 Supt Paul LevickHi, I'm Paul Levick, your local policing superintendent.

I would like to start by saying how please I am to take up the position of the Local Policing Superintendent for to Knowsley.

I joined Merseyside Police in 1988 and walked the beat in the Norris Green and Sparrowhall areas. Almost all of my postings have been in uniform in a variety of roles including Matrix and Air Support.

I have spent 4 years as a Neighbourhood Chief Inspector and Superintendent across many areas in Liverpool some have been challenging but all have been rewarding and with this in mind I am looking forward to working with our partners and the community of Knowsley.

I have inherited an area which already has a strong partnership ethos and my intention is to build on this ensuring we place our Community First in everything we do.

  

Local Policing Chief Inspector Tami Gavey-Jones

Tami Garvey -Jones (1) Hi, I’m Tami Garvey-Jones, your local policing chief inspector. I’ve been a police officer for more than 22 years and my time has been spent mostly in uniform roles such as neighbourhood policing and patrol. I have also spent some time in CID, intelligence and plain clothes pro-active roles earlier in my career when I worked in Liverpool.

I have worked in Knowsley and St Helens and also performed strategic roles in Human Resources. I achieved success during my time as a neighbourhood inspector in Huyton, leading a team which reduced crime, anti-social behaviour and organised crime, whilst building up good partnership links within the community, local businesses and public services. I am privileged to be working in Knowsley and I aim to build upon the success of my predecessors and continue to improve public confidence and satisfaction with our force. Support from the communities we serve is crucial to tackling the problems and I will ensure every bit of information from the public will be acted on so that we can help make Knowsley a safe place to live and work.