Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable are inviting the public to ask questions via Twitter at the next meeting on Tuesday 25 April at 13:30 that will be broadcast live.
North Yorkshire Police are set to deploy six new safety camera vans across the county, in a bid to further reduce the number of collisions, deaths and serious injuries on the regions roads.
In response to the HMIC’s PEEL (police effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy) report today, Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, said:
Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, has published her Police and Crime Plan for 2017 – 2021, aimed at ‘helping you to feel safe and be safe in North Yorkshire’.
Public invited to ask questions at #NYPscrutiny meeting live broadcast via Twitter
Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire is supporting the Friends Against Scams campaign and appealing for carers, volunteers, charities and agencies who work with elderly and vulnerable members of the community to get involved.
The latest national crime figures have confirmed North Yorkshire is the safest place in England.
Following the successful introduction of live-streaming of the North Yorkshire Police Corporate Performance, Delivery and Scrutiny Board, the Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable are again inviting the public to ask questions about the agenda items at the next meeting on Tuesday 24 January at 13:30.
North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan met with victims of crime to hear how they have benefitted from meeting their offenders.