News - December, 2013

Police agree to buy Thirsk site for new headquarters

North Yorkshire Police have agreed to buy an 8.4-acre site in South Kilvington, near Thirsk, as part of their plans for a new headquarters. A new central base will mean improved operational services being provided both locally in Hambleton, as well as more widely across North Yorkshire. Approximately 1.5 miles north of Thirsk and to […]

Independent Chair sought for Justice Panel

Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, has today announced the establishment of a new Out of Court Disposal Scrutiny Panel. The Chair of the panel will be independent of North Yorkshire Police, the Police and Crime Commissioner and criminal justice agencies such as HM Courts & Tribunals Service and the Crown Prosecution Service. […]

New Victims’ Code comes into force

A new Code of Practice for Victims of Crime (Victims’ Code) came into force on 10 December 2013. It is a statutory Government document which sets out the information, support and services that victims of crime are entitled to receive from criminal justice agencies in England and Wales. These criminal justice agencies include the police and […]

Time to Talk

Come and meet the Chief Constable and Police & Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire to talk about the issues affecting you and your community For further details of events in your area, click here

North Yorkshire Police publishes report into the organisation’s communications

North Yorkshire Police has today published an in-depth, independent report on the performance of the organisation’s communications. The report was produced by communications consultancy, Finn Communications. It details the findings of the audit and assesses the performance of organisational communications against examples of best practice of police communications, as well as feedback from a cross-section […]

Decision on review of historic and current payments to Chief Police Officers within North Yorkshire Police

Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire and Dave Jones, Chief Constable of North Yorkshire Police, have today published a Decision Notice on their recently commissioned review of historic and current payments to Chief Police Officers within North Yorkshire Police. The Report was commissioned to see whether, in the light of public concern […]

Stevens report ‘political manifesto in the making’

JULIA MULLIGAN, POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTH YORKSHIRE, RESPONDS TO STEVENS REPORT “Let’s be clear that Lord Steven’s report is not independent.  It was commissioned by the Labour Party and is a political manifesto in the making.  “What’s more, I wonder how much time Lord Stevens has spent considering policing outside London – he […]