Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire has published her 2016/17 Annual Report.
The North Yorkshire Youth Commission on Police and Crime are looking to recruit 14 young people to join the existing members.
More than 800 young people have been surveyed on issues affecting their lives—with the results presented to some of North Yorkshire Police’s top decision makers.
This month the Youth Commission have ran workshops with organisations including LGBTQ youth voice group and Harrogate young carers. Really interesting to hear their experiences and offer suggestions for how to tackle issues of hate crime and mental health. Youth commission member Helen at the LGBTQ youth voice group The members have also been actively […]
The Youth Commission have been across North Yorkshire running workshops on our key priorities. The members have been actively listening to young peoples views and solutions for our topics. There have been some really powerful conversations and some really insightful ideas for future recommendations! Organisations they have visited include; Craven College, Selby College, Askham Bryan […]
On Saturday 4 February members of the Youth Commission came together in York to start planning for the Big Conversation
Julia Mulligan talks about the work of the Youth Commission
These Scarborough youngsters are three of the recruits to this year’s North Yorkshire Youth Commission. They all joined the Youth Commission as a way of helping shape the way the police tackle issues affecting young people. Pictured from left to right are: Rachael Sherbourne, aged 17 from Scarborough Sixth Form, Samuel Hitchens, aged 19, currently […]
These three North Yorkshire students have all signed up to become members of this year’s Youth Commission – which helps shapes the force’s approach to tackling issues affecting young people. Pictured from left to right are: Eleanor Garrard, aged 15, of Wensleydale School, Amy Judge, aged 17, of Richmond Sixth Form, and Ross Hutton, aged […]