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.
£150,000 has been awarded to the Independent Domestic Abuse Services (IDAS) to support victims of sexual violence across North Yorkshire
North Yorkshire and York’s Major Incident Response Team (MIRT), a volunteer group that supports victims of emergencies and is currently working with local people affected by the Manchester bombing, has secured funding for mental health first aid training.
Julia Mulligan, the North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner, has today urged any North Yorkshire resident who has been affected by last night’s terrorist attack in Manchester to call the Supporting Victims service.
Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable are inviting the public to ask questions via Twitter at the next meeting on Tuesday 23 May at 13:30 that will be broadcast live.
Volunteers needed to check on the welfare of police custody detainees – only the compassionate need apply
Are you looking for a volunteering opportunity that will challenge you, give an insight into the criminal justice system and ensure the protection of detainees in custody suites? Look no further, we have the role for you.