The Safer St Helens Executive has approved the St Helens Serious Violence Duty Plan 2024 - 2027, detailing how partner agencies will work together to achieve key objectives set by the Home Office.

"Serious violence inflicts deep and lasting trauma on the people and communities affected by it, so we welcome this unified approach towards its prevention. In upholding the Duty, the Safer St Helens Executive will continue to address underlying risk factors which are shared between serious violence across the region and local priorities such as domestic abuse, to ensure a whole-systems approach to reducing risk and harm."

Councillor Mancyia Uddin, Cabinet Member for Safer Communities, and Chair of the Safer St Helens Executive.

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