North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan is promising to invest in visible, local policing as the amount residents pay to North Yorkshire Police in the year from April 2019 – known as the precept – was today (21 February) unanimously supported.
Support for older people in the spotlight as Commissioner holds first joint public accountability meeting
North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is asking for people across the county to submit their questions for her latest public accountability meeting – the first where both fire and policing services will be represented.
Police, Fire and Crime Commissioners (PFCCs) from Essex, North Yorkshire, Northamptonshire and Staffordshire recently met for the first time at the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners’ (APCC) offices to discuss opportunities to work together on fire and rescue. The four PFCCs came together having taken on fire and rescue governance responsibilities over the past […]
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal has visited Victim Support in York to discuss the impact of rural crime in the area and the support available to victims. She joined a meeting with partner agencies, including the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, and Chair of the National Rural Crime Network, Julia Mulligan.
If you are interested in local policing and care about the safety and protection of your local community, this could be the volunteering role for you.
The new formal collaboration which will bring together the business support functions for North Yorkshire Police and North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service is recruiting a Managing Director.
We are working with the University of York to investigate just that, and your opinion could help the us to better understand how crime affects your community.
Commenting on the decision taken on Tuesday, 5 February by the Police, Fire and Crime Panel, North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan said: “While I am pleased the Police, Fire and Crime Panel accepted my proposals for North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, I am naturally disappointed that they have chosen to […]
North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner has put forward her proposals on the amount residents will pay for policing and fire and rescue services in the year from April 2019 – known as the precept.