Last week (15 December) the Policing and Fire Service Minister, Brandon Lewis MP, visited Skipton to discover how North Yorkshire Police is tackling some of the major challenges facing local communities in rural areas and county towns.
The image for this year’s Christmas card was taken by Chris Shepherd – supporting York Against Cancer.
Investment in technology is helping the police to catch criminals but we can all help our children to keep safe online by learning about the risks and talking to them
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North Yorkshire Police has been recognised as ‘good’ by the independent police watchdog in an assessment of how well the force keeps people safe and reduces crime. The rating has been given by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC), following their annual inspection of police force legitimacy. In response to the HMIC’s PEEL report today, […]
North Yorkshire Police and Crime commissioner Julia Mulligan joined young people enjoying new horticultural activities at a York education scheme, thanks to a £6,000 grant from her Community Fund.
Julia joins young people enjoying new horticultural activities at a York education scheme, thanks to a £6,000 grant from her Community Fund
North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan met with victims of crime to hear how they have benefitted from meeting their offenders.
People have just a few more days to have their say on what they, their families and communities need to ‘Be Safe, Feel Safe’ in North Yorkshire. Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan has been asking people to give her their views on priorities for policing and community safety at ‘www.telljulia.com’. With her survey due […]