£1 million invested into safer communities

I wanted to do this job because through my work, I had seen first-hand the devastating effects of crime and from the outset, I understood that Police and Crime Commissioners would be able to do practical things to help people. For me this has particularly meant helping vulnerable people recover from crime and working in our communities to prevent harm. 

Julia Mulligan comments on rural crime rise in North Yorkshire

Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan, who is responsible for one of the largest rural police forces in the country, said: “This report comes as no surprise as crime is currently on the rise across the country, although in North Yorkshire last year it fell slightly. The picture painted however does chime with feedback I’m […]

One shared garage – a public disservice

Back in November 2013, North Yorkshire’s police and fire services signed a pledge to share a swathe of buildings, support and back office services and to work better together in our local communities. The long list included joint HR, finance, training, transport, purchasing and communication teams. At the same time, a pilot called ‘the Safety […]

Response to the statement made by North Yorkshire County Council’s Overview and Scrutiny Committee regarding the consultation.

Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire said: “We have identified over £6.5 million of savings that can be reinvested into the public’s services, savings that are all the more important when the fire service is making cuts to frontline fire fighters and there are increasing demands on our police service. “I thank […]