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- Cash SeizuresThis policy sets out the Merseyside Police Force procedure for the seizure of cash under Section 294 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA).
- Child Abuse and NeglectThe policy’s primary aim is to protect the lives of children and ensure their welfare.
- Crime AllocationThe main aim of this policy is to provide a consistent approach to crime allocation and standardise investigative service delivery across the Force.
- Critical IncidentThis policy and the attached procedures explain how Merseyside police will highlight “Critical Incidents”.
- Domestic AbuseMerseyside Police views domestic abuse as unacceptable in all forms. Domestic Abuse is any incident of threatening behaviour, violence or abuse (psychological, physical, sexual, financial or emotional) between persons who are or have been intimate partners or family members regardless of age, gender and sexual orientation.
- Forensic ScienceThis policy is intended to ensure that key activities in the field of forensic science are conducted in a way that will maximise detections and the successful prosecution of offenders.
- Hate CrimeThis policy aims to improve the intelligence picture for the proactive tackling of hate crime.
- Honour Based Violence/Forced MarriageThe main aim of this policy is to prevent the occurrence of HBV and FM.
- Investigation of Indecent Images of ChildrenThe protection of children is a priority for Merseyside Police. We are committed to thoroughly investigating all allegations involving indecent images of children and similarly committed to successfully prosecuting offenders.
- Managing Sexual/Violent OffendersThe aim of this policy is to protect the public by ensuring Merseyside Police, along with its partners, manages sexual offenders, violent offenders and other potentially dangerous persons effectively.
- Named SuspectThe main aim of the policy is to prioritise investigative activity when the identity of a suspect is disclosed. This will enable police resources to be used effectively for a quick and proper arrest.
- Rape and Serious Sexual AssaultThe aims of this policy are to set minimum standards of investigation in dealing with the victims, scenes and suspects in all cases of rape and serious sexual assault
- Serious Crime RewardThe main aim of this policy is to ensure that offers of financial rewards for information in Serious Crime investigations are considered and managed consistently and effectively.
- Sexual OffendersThe aim of this policy is to protect the public by ensuring Merseyside Police, along with its partners, manages sexual offenders, violent offenders and other potentially dangerous persons effectively.
- Stalking and HarassmentThis policy aims to help protect the lives and preserve the safety of all victims and others who may be at risk as a result of harassment.
- Threats Mgt & Threats to LifeThis policy aims to ensure that all threats to people and property that the Force becomes aware of are properly considered and that all threats, particularly threats to life, receive an appropriate police response.