This week is National Hate Crime Awareness week – 12 to 19 October 2019.
North Yorkshire Police is asking people to cast their vote on who they think should win this year’s Public Choice Award.
Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, has published plans to improve the finances of North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service.
Julia Mulligan responds to Home Office announcement on officer numbers
Commenting on the HM Inspector’s Crime Data Integrity inspection, Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, said: “Everyone at North Yorkshire Police has worked extremely hard to improve the way crimes are recorded over the past two years, and this inspection shows that we have made substantial progress. I was particularly pleased that […]
North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner has today published a Decision Notice that will bring changes to the way complaints and compliments about North Yorkshire Police are handled from next year.
The National Rural Crime Network is supporting the Rural Crime Week of Action being organised by police forces across the country.
Commenting on the HM Inspector’s Integrated Peel Assessment report, Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, said: “It is positive that the Inspector is satisfied with most aspects of North Yorkshire Police’s performance, particularly the crucial role of preventing crime and anti-social behaviour, and that the efficiency rating is now ‘Good’ after being […]
‘Don’t stop us driving’ – young people in rural areas urge government not to take away their freedom
Young drivers in rural Britain are urging the government not to take away their freedom and stop them driving through the introduction of a Graduated Driving Licence, according to research for the National Rural Crime Network.