Julia Mulligan, the elected Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, has today announced that the police and fire services in Ripon will soon be sharing a base.
Julia Mulligan, the elected Police and Crime Commissioner is inviting the public to ask questions via Twitter for the next meeting of the monthly police accountability meeting. To be held on Tuesday 23 January at 13:30, and webcast LIVE, the Commissioner is focusing on reoffending.
Julia Mulligan, elected Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, has welcomed a reduction in 101 call waiting times after a series of improvements were made last year.
Residents of North Yorkshire have two weeks left to have their say on the amount they pay for local policing.
The additional costs of the policing operation have amounted to: £80,238 up to 31 August 2017 £101,476 in September 2017 £233,704 in October 2017 £147,881 in November 2017 £58,488 in December 2017 These figures include overtime, mutual aid, equipment, subsistence, travel-related costs etc. It does not include the cost of those officers that are assigned […]
The relationship between young people and the police and online safety are just two of the priorities that North Yorkshire Police have pledged to tackle in a new Children and Young People strategy, launched this week.
Julia Mulligan comments on the ICVa’s letter to the Home Secretary on sanitary provision for women in police custody
Best wishes from Julia Mulligan and her team at the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
Youth Commission blog by Charlotte Frost