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Merseyside Police has reported that public confidence levels have risen by seven per cent after launching a campaign called 'It all adds up', which was set up to respond to the Home Office's new single target of improving public confidence.
Knowsley Health and Wellbeing assistant director for comms, engagement and marketing Ben O'Brien is leaving to join Kenyon Fraser as director of health and society. He will direct a 15-strong team.
NHS Knowsley has hired Finn Communications following a six-way pitch. Finn will advise NHS Knowsley on its comms strategy including corporate, regional, trade and social media. The agency will also deliver social marketing campaigns.
The BBC has told PRWeek that the marketing review announced last week will not include communications, as a full comms review took place at the end of last year.