A project which used ‘sobriety tags’ to tackle alcohol-fuelled crime across North Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Humberside, has been a success – according to a report by the National Centre for Social Research.
Commissioner asks how much you’re willing to invest in local police and fire and rescue services – and criticises government over fire funding
On behalf of my team at the Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, I would like to wish you and your family a very happy, peaceful and safe Christmas and all the best for 2020.
Residents of Cleveland, Durham and North Yorkshire can expect a more local service from Police dogs, as a consequence of changes to collaborative arrangements announced today.
More collaboration, improved transparency and finances which are more stable and sustainable are among the developments which have been implemented over the past year since governance of North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service was transferred to the County’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.
The fire service inspectorate have today (17 December 2019) released their first report into the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Harrogate Street Aid, a new approach to tackle street sleepers and begging in Harrogate, is launched with funding from the Commissioner’s Community Fund.
Spotlight on illegal drugs in North Yorkshire as snapshot survey finds serious worries among communities
North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is promising action in the battle against drugs across the county as concern grows about the impact of drug-use and the problems it creates.
North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is asking for five minutes of your time this weekend to create a county-wide snapshot of concerns about illegal drugs. COMPLETE THE ANONYMOUS SURVEY NOW >> Julia Mulligan wants to capture the views, concerns and insight of residents so she can present those to key partners and agencies […]