The Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner elections due to take place in May 2020 are to be delayed.
North Yorkshire Police is changing their presence in Harrogate to meet changing demands from residents and businesses and ensure value for money is being delivered for taxpayers.
North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is to bring together key partners and organisations from across the county in an effort to ensure domestic abuse survivors, and their children, are treated fairly in the family courts.
A new, independent complaints and recognition team for North Yorkshire Police begins work today (Monday 2 March) with the aim of recording, reviewing and resolving complaints in a quick, effective and fair way, and celebrating good practice.
Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is seeking an Independent Chair for her Out of Court Disposal Scrutiny Panel.
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North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is to pilot a new Public Safety Service which aims to bring together the police, fire and rescue, health service and local authorities to prevent vulnerability, reduce harm and solve problems in communities – particularly rural, isolated areas.
Following Storm Ciara, North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner has written to all within North Yorkshire Police and North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service to thank them for their efforts.
Following yesterday’s Police, Fire and Crime Panel decision to agree to the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner’s proposals on the precept for policing and fire, Julia Mulligan said: