Earlier this month, parts of our NHS fell victim to a cyber attack with the full extent of the breach causing havoc to thousands of organisations and individuals across more than 150 countries.
Julia Mulligan, the North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner, has today urged any North Yorkshire resident who has been affected by last night’s terrorist attack in Manchester to call the Supporting Victims service.
Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable are inviting the public to ask questions via Twitter at the next meeting on Tuesday 23 May at 13:30 that will be broadcast live.
Improvements made by Police’s use of out of court action – but victims’ views need more consideration
Improvements have been made in the way North Yorkshire Police use out of court disposals (OCDs) to deal with offenders, says new scrutiny report – but victims’ views still need more consideration.
Residents of North Yorkshire invited to meet Police and Crime Commissioner in Richmond
Volunteers needed to check on the welfare of police custody detainees – only the compassionate need apply
Are you looking for a volunteering opportunity that will challenge you, give an insight into the criminal justice system and ensure the protection of detainees in custody suites? Look no further, we have the role for you.
From Wednesday 10 May 2017 North Yorkshire Police will recognise incidents carried out by men and boys targeted at women and girls, simply because of their gender, as misogyny hate crime.
The news was announced in the “Crime in England and Wales, year ending December 2016” bulletin, published by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) on April 27.
Residents of North Yorkshire are invited to meet Julia Mulligan at one of her public surgeries to discuss policing and crime issues.