Privacy Policy

Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the
materials in these pages, Merseyside Police are not liable for any
inaccuracies or omissions. Accordingly, Merseyside Police do not accept
liability for any loss occasioned to any person relying on it.

Privacy statement
Information  provided to Merseyside Police by the users of this website will be treated in confidence and will not be disclosed the third parties unless required to do so by law.

Personal information
The Merseyside Police website does not store or capture personal information.

We may collect and store information such as the originating IP address, the domain name and the URL of the referring page. This information is used only to allow Merseyside Police to measure the number of visitors to the site, which can be used to help assess how it can be improved.

Children under the age of 16 should not submit information to the website without the consent of a parent or carer.

A  'cookie' is a piece of information stored on your hard drive which
allows web servers to collect information from your visit to the site.
It saves a small amount of data to your computer, which the website then uses on repeat visits.

The Merseyside Police website uses cookies to record your preferences while on this site. The cookies do not collect any personal data and are only used to personalise the website for you.

You can disable cookies from your browser options.

Links to other sites
The  Merseyside Police website contains links to other websites. This
privacy statement does not cover other websites and Merseyside Police is not responsible for the practices of other sites.

Updates to this statement
Should Merseyside Police choose to update or change this statement, the changes will be posted on this page.