Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, today issued a rallying call to the nation to “stand up and be counted” as part of a powerful anti-hate campaign.
North Yorkshire’s elected Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan is to accept recommendations from the Chief Constable for three police stations to have the hours they are open to members of the public amended.
The investment in supporting those with mental health issues in North Yorkshire is being highlighted on World Mental Health Day – with a warning that there is much more to do, but a determination to ensure improvements continue.
Members of the public are being asked to choose the winner of this year’s North Yorkshire Police Public Choice Award over the next two weeks.
Julia has commented on the police complaint statistics for 2017/2018 from the Independent Office for Police Conduct, released on 13 September 2018.
Julia has published her Annual Report for the 2017/2018 financial year.
North Yorkshire’s elected Police and Crime Commissioner has given an update on one of her top priorities – making North Yorkshire’s roads safer. Julia Mulligan wants to ensure there is transparency about the work taking place and the use of road safety camera vans on the county’s roads. This snapshot aims to explain the efforts […]
North Yorkshire Police has said the conviction of a gamekeeper who shot two protected short-eared owls should serve as a warning to others who commit wildlife crime.
Julia today (Tuesday 28 August) focused on North Yorkshire Police’s approach to and handling of cyber crime. The Public Accountability Meeting looked at the changes there have been in the Force’s approach to cyber crime, how communities are being engaged with to support awareness and prevention, and the plans for the future. Take place every […]