Welcome to your local policing information for Liverpool.

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.

Local Policing Superintendent Mark Wiggins

Mark Wiggins I am currently the local policing Superintendent for Liverpool having worked in a number of roles in the area since 2008. I am responsible for leading the local policing teams in Liverpool who  work both with partners agencies and the community to solve local issues and to support and protect vulnerable people. My officers are also responsible for targeting those offenders who cause issues within our communities and using the most appropriate method to reduce their reoffending.

I joined the police in 1997 straight from university and I have worked in numerous role including neighbourhood policing, proactive policing teams and emergency response in Wirral, Knowsley and Liverpool.

I thoroughly enjoy the challenges that this role brings and being able to make a difference for people across the communities of Merseyside.

I am also experienced in policing public disorder, events and protests and have been involved in the policing of the Open golf, the grand national, football matches and protests within the city.

I am committed to continue to work closely with partner agencies and our communities to ensure my teams deal with issues that affect them most and I know that my officers are as committed to doing so.

Local Policing Chief Inspector Paul Court

Paul Court 

I am Paul Court, the Local Policing Chief Inspector for Liverpool.  I joined the Police Service in December 2004 having previously studied at Liverpool University.  I have been fortunate to have the opportunity to work across the Force area in a number of unique roles including airport policing, Cannabis Dismantling Team, Political Party Conference Policing and most recently as the Head of Community Engagement.

I am proud to work with a dedicated and skilled team of people in Liverpool who are determined to make communities safer by making criminals lives more difficult whilst supporting those who are vulnerable.