If you immediately require the Police or other emergency services call 999. If you need to contact the Police for a non-emergency please call 101 or visit the Merseyside Police website.
Message from Inspector Dave Uren, Merseyside Police
We welcome all students to the local area and hope that you have a safe an enjoyable time. Liverpool is one of the safest cities in the country. Sadly, becoming a victim of crime could ruin your experience of the city. Please take care to look after your property and your housemates by taking the simple steps as outlined.
Your local neighbourhood Police team is here to help and support you, however if issues arise from your property we will deal with these through the Liverpool Anti Social Behaviour Unit and your university.
Finally can I ask that you consider your security and ask the question “If I was a thief, how easy would it be to get into my house?”
- Don't leave valuables on display.
- Upon entering your home, lock the door behind you.
- Lock all doors and windows when you go out.
- When out, pay attention to your surroundings, travel together in the evening and use well lit paths.
- Love your phone. Log it. Register your electronic property free of charge at Immobilise. This website helps Police to identify the owners of lost & stolen property. Merseyside Police urges you to register all your electronic property on this website.
- Finally, you are joining a well-established community, please respect your neighbours and do not cause annoyance to other people by leaving rubbish outside your property or causing anti-social behaviour.
To find your dedicated local Police Officer for your local area, visit the Merseyside Police website or call 101.