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DN 04/2020 Enable North Yorkshire

Published on
20/02/2020

The Commissioner has decided to bring together the business support functions for North Yorkshire Police and North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service.

DN 02/2020 Police Precept Proposal 2020/21

Published on
31/01/2020

The Commissioner has decided, after consultation with the public, after taking into account the impact of the financial settlement, the challenge in meeting the costs of delivering a significant increase in Police Officers within North Yorkshire, in line with the Government’s policy’ and the financial needs of the Force, to propose to the Police, Fire and Crime Panel a police precept for 2020/21 of £265.77 for a Band D property within North Yorkshire. This would be an increase of 3.91% or £10 per annum, from the 2019/20 level.

DN 01/2020 Fire and Rescue Precept Proposal 2020/21

Published on
31/01/2020

The Commissioner has decided, after consultation with the public, to propose to the Police, Fire and Crime Panel a fire and rescue precept for 2020/21 of £72.69 for a Band D property within North Yorkshire. This would be an increase of 1.99% (or £1.42) per annum, from the 2019/20 level.

DN 14/2019 Police Dog Support Unit

Published on
18/12/2019

The Commissioners for Cleveland, North Yorkshire and Durham have, upon the advice and recommendation of the Chief Constables for their respective policing areas, agreed to bring formal collaboration in respect of Police Dog support to a close. Date 18/12/2019 Background The decision follows changes to the operating model that were implemented in 2018, and takes […]

DN 13/2019 Transform 2020

Published on
10/12/2019

In July 2018, the Commissioner approved the appointment of PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) as a strategic partner to assist North Yorkshire Police and North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service undertake a business transformation programme. Due to the sensitive nature of these decisions, including changes for staff, it was determined that this Decision Notice would be published retrospectively. […]