The Hub, a gateway to support… are to hold their very first coffee meeting. We would like to invite you along on Wednesday October 19th. Anytime between 10.30 and 2pm. Anybody who wishes to come along is welcome, even if you’ve never visited our Hub before.
Come along and meet
OLLY is playing a big part in The Hub, recently commissioned by Police Crime Commissioner Jane Kennedy. When a family comes along to the one stop shop, OLLY is there to offer support for the younger members of the victims family of homicide. OLLY has grown in number and now
Professor Nick Hardwick, the Chair of the Parole Board for England and Wales has asked to come along and visit The Hub next month. Also visiting is the Chief Executive of the Parole Board for England and Wales, Martin Jones. We look forward to meeting both gentlemen inside The Hub.
On the 31st of August, Jean Taylor gave a presentation to Merseyside Police FLOs and other senior investigating officers on the role and function of the Hub for victims of homicide families.
Similar presentations will follow to Probation Services and the Natural Homicide Service.
We’ve been so honoured to have Police Crime Commissioner Jane Kennedy and Chief Constable of Merseyside Police Andy Cooke visiting our new Hub today.
The OLLY children presented them with flowers and pictures, and were delighted to talk about their trips with the
On July 30th we launched our Hub to great success. The Lord Mayor graciously cut our ribbon and opened our new building. The Hub is the first of its kind in the country, a gateway to support for victims families of homicide.
We’d like to thank everybody that helped make
Saturday The Hub will be officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Liverpool. Those in attendance will be agencies that the Hub will contain on a referral list. Those agencies will be qualified in there own field of expertise. We believe after a tragic loss of a loved one from