Landline (9.30am - 4:30pm): 0151 709 2994
24 hour line: 07740 149899

Families Fighting for Justice are extremely pleased and excited for the future as from being commissioned by our Police Crime Commissioner Jane Kennedy to deliver The Hub first of its kind in Merseyside from its success we applied to continue to deliver the Hub along with other applicants Families Fighting for Justice where successful. It has been proven from our evaluations which we delivered at the meeting within the Racquet Club. We would like to say a huge thank you for the attendance and support on the night from;

Carl Foulkes -Deputy Chief Constable -Merseyside Police

Deborah Akinlawon -Detective Constable -Met Police (FLO)

Kabs Sandhu- Detective Constable -Met Police (FLO)

Alex Campbell Detective Sergeant –  Sussex Police

Wendy Burton – Detective Sergeant – Sussex Police

Martin Chambers – National Probation Service – (VLO)

Norma Kelty-Crummey – Crime Commisioners Office

Kim Dawson – Crime Commisioners Office

Joy Keenan – National Probation Sefton (VLO)

Katie Taylor – National Probation Sefton (VLO)

Pauline Fielding – Road Peace Organisation

Patsy McKie – Mothers Against Violence Organisation

Dan Storey -Teacher – Ernest Cookson School

Geraldine James – Teacher – Ernest Cookson School

Jennifer Coates – Teacher – Ernest Cookson School

Jon Paul Favour – Teacher – Ernest Cookson School

Hayley McCarron – Teacher – Ernest Cookson School

Tom Davies – Teacher – Ernest Cookson School

Jean Taylor – Founder – Families Fighting for Justice

Geoff Gubb – Manager – The Hub

Beverley Awang – Lead Session Worker – O.L.L.Y

Yvonne Anastasiou – Service User

Stephanie Allen – Criminologist

Siobhan Taylor – Criminal Behaviour Analysist

Jackie Langford – Trustee to the Charity

Dave Wright – Child Protection and Safeguarding Officer

Mike King – Child Protection and Safeguarding Officer

Vicky Johnson – Service User

Stephanie Campion – Service User

Rita Parker – Service User

We are extremely privileged to be given not only, the trust, but also for us to say that trust was put into Families Fighting for Justice to deliver The Hub as we have a long experience of dealing with situations, problems and issues that can arise within a victims’ families of homicide after the loss of their loved one. Under the umbrella, of Families Fighting for Justice we have the only children’s group that deal with children who can often be forgotten about. The support, care and trust of those who come along to The Hub, their well being is paramount to the service that we offer and always will be.

Please contact us if you need any further information on 0151 7092994 we are open 5 days a week 9am – 5pm and Wednesday 9.30 to 4pm. We also have a 24 hour helpline 07740149899