Rural communities are today being encouraged to complete the National Rural Crime Survey and make their views known about rural policing in North Yorkshire.
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.
Pioneering work, ‘tackling violence against women and girls’, is featured by national charity Revolving Doors Agency
Revolving Doors Agency, a national criminal justice charity, has published a new report ‘Spotlight on Violence Against Women and Girls’ (VAWG). The report shines a light on the innovative work that Police and Crime Commissioners across the country are driving forward to tackle violence against women and girls.
Julia Mulligan, elected Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, has today (Monday 11th December) given her support to changes to the Mental Health Act implemented for the first time today.
Residents and business owners invited to discuss their community concerns with PCC Julia Mulligan
On Wednesday 29 November Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan will be holding personal 1:1 advice surgeries in Pateley Bridge.
To mark National Hate Crime Awareness week (14 to 21 October 2017), Julia Mulligan and North Yorkshire Police are requesting the support of local communities to say NO to hate crime and report any incidents witnessed to police on 999 in an emergency, or via 101.
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.
Vulnerable and isolated victims and witnesses are one step closer to being able to give evidence to court from the safety of a mobile home, parked in their local community—thanks to more than £300k awarded to the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire.