Julia Mulligan has issued a statement following North Yorkshire County Council’s Executive Committee’s decision on proposals to change governance of North Yorkshire’s Fire and Rescue Service
Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan, who is responsible for one of the largest rural police forces in the country, said: “This report comes as no surprise as crime is currently on the rise across the country, although in North Yorkshire last year it fell slightly. The picture painted however does chime with feedback I’m […]
Response to the statement made by North Yorkshire County Council’s Overview and Scrutiny Committee regarding the consultation.
Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire said: “We have identified over £6.5 million of savings that can be reinvested into the public’s services, savings that are all the more important when the fire service is making cuts to frontline fire fighters and there are increasing demands on our police service. “I thank […]
North Yorkshire Police’s approach to tackling rural crime seen as ‘good practice’ by National Farmers Union
A new NFU report suggests improvements need to be made in the way police forces across the country treat rural crime, following news that it costs farmers more than £40 million a year. But amidst the worrying findings, the NFU sites cites North Yorkshire Police’s approach to tackling rural crime as ‘good practice’.
Police and Crime Commissioner launches consultation on improving police and fire collaboration in North Yorkshire
The National Rural Crime Network (NRCN), established to champion a better understanding of crime in rural areas, and new, effective ways to help to keep rural communities safer, is looking for a new partner to help manage their work.
Professionals—with a background in management, risk management, finance, law, public administration or other appropriate disciplines—are being sought to provide independent scrutiny and assurance for North Yorkshire Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.
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.
Notice of the electors’ rights in relation to the statement of accounts of the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire for the Financial Year ended 31 March 2017