North Yorkshire Police launch ‘flash ops’ to crack down on drivers using mobile phones behind the wheel
Commissioner Julia Mulligan calls on residents to tell her what they need to ‘Be safe, feel safe’ in their community
Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan is today launching a survey calling on residents to tell her what they and their families and communities need to ‘Be safe, feel safe’ in North Yorkshire.
Public invited to ask questions in advance of #NYPscrutiny meeting and Tweet questions during the live broadcast
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 send in questions about the agenda items for the next meeting on Tuesday 27 September at 13:30.
In response to today’s report regarding use by police of the places of safety for people detained under the Mental Health Act, North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan said: “A police cell is no place for a person in mental health crisis so it’s good news to see the numbers of these vulnerable […]
Responding to today’s report from the CPS about violence against women, North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan said: “It’s clear from today’s figures that social media is increasingly being used as a way to threaten and control women – including through so-called ‘revenge porn’ in which intimate images are shared without a victim’s […]
Education project for bullied teenagers wins £20,000 grant from Police and Crime Commissioner’s Community Fund
A project to provide learning activities to young people with Asperger’s syndrome who have dropped out of school has been awarded a £20,000 grant from the Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan’s Community Fund. Many of the young people have experienced being bullied at school, and have been too traumatised to resume any form of […]
A charity which helps people who are homeless adapt to life as tenants has been awarded a £20,000 grant from North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan’s Community Fund.
North Yorkshire Police at forefront of mental health training