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Those already registered on Ringmaster should log in using your e-mail address and password, once logged in select "My Profile" on the top right hand side of this page to view and amend your personal details. This includes making yourself unavailable if required. If you are not already a Ringmaster messaging recipient why not apply here. By registering you will be given access to extra informational tabs which are specific to the individual areas that make up the Borough of Knowsley. Before registering please read the Terms and Conditions tab where you will find our Personal Data Handling Statement. When applying online you will be requested to confirm that you have read this item. Following this someone will make contact with you to progress your application.

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 Welcome to Knowsley Community Messaging



This site is intended to improve the information flow between the people of Knowsley and key partners such as the Police, Knowsley Council, NHS Knowsley and others  on matters of local concern in particular crime/community safety issues. In addition the system now also includes updates on events and activities, and health and wellbeing services relevant to where you live or work.


By joining Knowsley Community Messaging members allow us to send, to people who have elected to receive them, messages relating to crime reductions, trends, alerts and events via email, voicemail to a landline telephone and text (SMS). You choose which way you want to receive them and they are free* to the person receiving them (*mobile charges may vary for voicemail retrieval).


How do you let us know that you want to receive the messages ?

Simple, by either completing the online application form by clicking above or by completing a written application form which you can obtain from any Police and Community Support Officer. Or call 0151 443 2498.


We are always open to suggestions of how our system could be improved, if you have an idea you'd like to share with us you can email us at


This site is provided by Knowsley Borough Council as part of a partnership with the Police, Probation Service, Health Authorities, the Voluntary Sector, and Local Residents and Businesses. These partnerships are known as Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships or, for short, CDRPs. They were brought into being by the 1998 Crime and Disorder Act.


The Safer Knowsley Partnership  works to reduce crime and disorder in Knowsley by:


Firstly finding out the level of crime and disorder problems in the various areas that make up Knowsley and consulting widely with the people of those areas that make up Knowsley to make sure that the partnerships understanding matches that of the local people. They then develop ways and means to tackle  those problems.