Julia Mulligan launches survey to gather evidence in campaign to close legal loophole
Julia Mulligan has today continued her call for a change to revenge porn laws
A new Domestic Abuse Scrutiny Panel is being set up by Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, to review and improve the handling of domestic abuse cases and the support and safeguarding of victims in North Yorkshire.
“Everyone can make a difference in the fight against sexual abuse and exploitation.” That’s the message from sexual abuse prevention charity re:shape, who – in partnership with NSPCC, Crimestoppers, Survive, the National Organisation for Treatment of Sexual Abusers and the National Council for Voluntary Organisations – has launched the Prevent Sexual Harm: A Community Response campaign.
On the anniversary of the Manchester terror attack, Julia Mulligan remembers the victims, and appeals to those needing support in North Yorkshire to contact Supporting Victims.
You might think that hate crime isn’t a problem in North Yorkshire – but you’d be wrong.
If you became the victim of crime and felt that you needed support and advice – would you know where to turn?
Julia Mulligan, the elected Police and Crime Commissioner is inviting questions for the next meeting of the monthly police accountability meeting. To be held on Tuesday 22 May at 13:30, and webcast LIVE, the Commissioner is focusing on harassment and stalking.
Rural communities are today being encouraged to complete the National Rural Crime Survey and make their views known about rural policing in North Yorkshire.