North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is asking for people to get involved in her next monthly public accountability meeting.
More victims of crime in North Yorkshire will have the opportunity to play a role in the criminal justice system in the future with the launch of a new service to help victims receive answers and rehabilitate offenders by helping them to understand the hurt and fear they have caused.
Harrogate Street Aid, a new approach to tackle street sleepers and begging in Harrogate, is launched with funding from the Commissioner’s Community Fund.
This week is National Hate Crime Awareness week – 12 to 19 October 2019.
The National Rural Crime Network is revealing a shocking picture of domestic abuse in rural Britain with hidden victims – isolated, unsupported and unprotected – who are being failed by the system, services and those around them.
The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners has published “Putting Victims First In Focus” which highlights how Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs), Police Fire and Crime Commissioners (PFCCs) and Mayors are transforming the services provided for victims – putting them at the heart of the Criminal Justice System.
North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan – who leads the No More Naming campaign calling for anonymity for revenge porn victims – has welcomed today’s announcement on image-based sexual abuse.
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