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The Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner will provide a strong voice for the criminal justice system within the current structure - a logical extension of her current responsibilities, which includes serving as chair of the Merseyside Criminal Justice Board and the Merseyside Community Safety Partnership.
Merseyside Criminal Justice Board will be able to submit project proposals for funding, up to their area maximum of pounds 95,000.
The Merseyside Criminal Justice Board, which I chair, launched an Eradicating Hate Crime strategy last August.
Stephen Hesford, MP for Wirral West, will be joining visitors to see first hand how the Merseyside Criminal Justice Board is tackling major issues in the region.
Both events are the culmination of a fortnight of action on Merseyside initiated by Merseyside Criminal Justice Board which saw the launch of the county's Eradicating Hate Crime Strategy.
Merseyside Criminal Justice Board, set up in 2003, is responsible for the running of the Criminal Justice System in Merseyside.
Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company (MCRC), formerly Merseyside Probation Trust, hosted the event at Blackburne House with Merseyside Criminal Justice Board, Achieve Northwest and User Voice, who helped develop the strategy.
Merseyside Criminal Justice Board partners brought more than 43,000 offenders to justice in the 12 months to October 2007.
"As chair of Merseyside Criminal Justice Board, I will be working closely with my partners to monitor this situation."
Merseyside Criminal Justice Board has invited pupils from 13 schools in the area to the trials at St George's Hall as part of a variety of events organised to celebrate the week, running from today to next Saturday, October 24.
MERSEYSIDE Criminal Justice Board is hosting a 'Hate Crime on Trial Event' at Sefton magistrates court, Merton Road, Bootle, on February 14.
THIS is a heads-up for February because places are limited: on the 14th Merseyside Criminal Justice Board, in association with Merseyside police, is presenting Hate Crime On Trial at Sefton magistrates' court in Bootle.
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