Julia is holding personal advice surgeries where you can talk to her about her role, any policing or community safety issues in Richmond, Knaresborough, Northallerton and Jennyfields in the coming weeks. If you would like to find out more about when and where, what issues you can raise with her and how you book an appointment, please […]
Lisa Winward is to be North Yorkshire’s new Chief Constable after the recommendation of Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan was endorsed. The Police and Crime Panel met today (Wednesday 15 August) for a confirmatory hearing to consider Temporary Chief Constable Winward’s suitability for the role, as is statutorily required. Following the meeting, they recommended […]
The North Yorkshire Youth Commission has delivered a major report to the Police and Crime Commissioner on young people’s views of policing and crime. Set up by Julia Mulligan in 2015 to ensure the voice of young people is taken seriously, the Youth Commission is made up of 49 members from every part of the […]
NFU Mutual have today (Monday, 6 August) released a report on the financial impact of rural crime.
Elected Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire Julia Mulligan has today announced that Lisa Winward is to be put forward as her preferred candidate to become Chief Constable of North Yorkshire Police. Lisa Winward, currently North Yorkshire’s Temporary Chief Constable and Deputy Chief Constable since February 2017, was chosen following a rigorous two-day interview […]
Julia has commented on today’s decision from the Ministry of Justice to close Northallerton Magistrates Court
Boroughbridge Police Station is to be put up for sale with the last members of staff who use the building moving out on 31 August.
Rural communities are living on the edge – in fear of crime, unhappy with the police and feeling isolated and vulnerable, according to the 2018 National Rural Crime Survey which has been published today (Monday 23 July).
Today’s crime figures from the Office for National Statistics (released 19 July 2018), shows a 7% rise in recorded crime in North Yorkshire over the year to March 2018, however the county remains statistically the safest place in England and Wales.