Merseyside Operational Command Centre powered by local labour
Procured via NWCH on behalf of Merseyside Police, Morgan Sindall are currently constructing a state-of-the-art home for Merseyside Police’s Matrix Serious and Organised Crime (MSOC) Unit.
As part of NWCH’s commitment to supporting Social Value a number of educational site visits and lectures have been held with local colleges, whilst £3,444 to date has been raised for local charities through various events and activities. Circa 250 apprentice weeks have been created to date with 575 targeted for the project. This has created employment for over 20 apprentices, four of whom are directly employed by Morgan Sindall and currently work on the site.
“We need a command centre that’s modern and fit for the purposes of policing. Tackling serious and organised crime is a priority for the force and this new facility will mean that our officers and staff can work efficiently to tackle these most serious of crimes in our communities.”
Sir Jon Murphy, Chief Constable of Merseyside Police