From Wednesday 10 May 2017 North Yorkshire Police will recognise incidents carried out by men and boys targeted at women and girls, simply because of their gender, as misogyny hate crime.
The news was announced in the “Crime in England and Wales, year ending December 2016” bulletin, published by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) on April 27.
Dedicated ‘champions’ have been trained in spotting the signs of domestic abuse in a bid to go out into the community to support victims.
The drug and alcohol recovery service for North Yorkshire opened its new IT suite—thanks to £1,661 of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Community Fund.
Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, has published her Police and Crime Plan for 2017 – 2021, aimed at ‘helping you to feel safe and be safe in North Yorkshire’.
146 people from Harrogate York and Scarborough are now better equipped to fight SCAMS and FRAUD in North Yorkshire.
Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire is supporting the Friends Against Scams campaign and appealing for carers, volunteers, charities and agencies who work with elderly and vulnerable members of the community to get involved.
The latest national crime figures have confirmed North Yorkshire is the safest place in England.
Following the successful introduction of live-streaming of the North Yorkshire Police Corporate Performance, Delivery and Scrutiny Board, the Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable are again inviting the public to ask questions about the agenda items at the next meeting on Tuesday 24 January at 13:30.