Rural communities are today being encouraged to complete the National Rural Crime Survey and make their views known about rural policing in North Yorkshire.
York teenager Josh Barter learnt how to rescue someone from a burning building during a five day training course aimed at changing the behaviour of those at risk of offending.
Julia has today submitted her response to the Ministry of Justice’s consultation on the future of Northallerton court. This follows a face-to-face meeting with Minister Lucy Frazer QC in London, at which Julia set out her concerns, as well as discussed ideas for the future.
“Today there have been some announcements on proposals on Fire Governance from other PCCs around the country, but the decision about the North Yorkshire proposal has not yet been announced.
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.
Ground-breaking regional emergency and health service collaboration set to increase quality of life in communities
Emergency and health services in Yorkshire and the Humber have committed to a deeper level of collaboration that aims to increase the quality of life for local people.
Following a 10-week consultation which received responses from more than 2,500 people from across North Yorkshire, Julia Mulligan, the Police and Crime Commissioner, has published her consultation response and revised business case.
Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable are inviting the public to ask questions in advance, and via Twitter, for the next Public Accountability meeting on Tuesday 24 October at 13:30 that will be broadcast live.
Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire has published her 2016/17 Annual Report.