Police and Crime Commissioner to host rural crime web chat

Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, Julia Mulligan, is hosting a live web chat to give the county’s residents the opportunity to give their views on rural crime and policing in North Yorkshire. As part of the Big Police Debate – a major public consultation that will shape the future of policing and community […]

Independent Chair appointed for Justice Panel

Independent Chair appointed for Justice Panel The selection panel who interviewed potential Chairs of the new Independent Chair of the Out of Court Disposal Scrutiny Panel, can today announce the appointment of Harrogate dispute resolution solicitor, Jonathan Mortimer, as the new Independent Chair. The Panel is being set up in response to public concerns about […]

£5,000 grant from PCC ramps up Norton Skate Park

Work is set to start on revamping an ageing skate-boarding park in Norton after its users secured £5,000 from the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire. The Skate Park User Group – which is made up of the young people who use the park and supported by North Yorkshire Police and local authorities – […]

Have your say on road safety in North Yorkshire

Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, wants to know more about your priorities for road safety. Let Julia know what you think via the online survey that will be open for two weeks. You can fill it in here.  If you would prefer, you can also email your thoughts to, or […]

Statement on interim HMIC report on crime data integrity from Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire

The interim report from HMIC has identified serious concerns about the crime-recording process across the country.  North Yorkshire Police has not yet received the report specific to them.  They were one of 13 police forces inspected. Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, said: “The interim HMIC report gives me cause for concern.  Ensuring […]

Help shape victims’ services

Residents who have experienced crime, antisocial behaviour or road traffic accidents are being urged to take part in a major survey that will shape future services for victims. To keep victims at the heart of policing, Julia Mulligan is running a survey to ascertain what people think a good supportive service should be like and […]