Julia Mulligan responds to Home Office announcement on officer numbers
The national campaign to recruit 20,000 new police officers launches today and North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is urging people to sign up and ‘be a force for all’.
North Yorkshire Police has today announced the launch of a new City Task Force to crack down on crime in York.
There will be 50 more “boots on the street” for North Yorkshire Police next week, as 25 new Police Officers complete their initial training and prepare to join local teams out on patrol.
The campaign is part of a wider recruitment plan to boost the number of frontline police working across North Yorkshire’s communities – as pledged by the elected Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner, Julia Mulligan, when she raised the Precept earlier this year.
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.
North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan is publishing the findings of her neighbourhood policing survey. The results show a mixed picture across the county, with some areas performing better than others.
North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan is welcoming the publication of the Government’s new action plan to make our roads safer and do more to protect vulnerable and rural road users.
Julia, along with North Yorkshire Police, is backing a new nationwide hate crime campaign launched by the government and aimed at increasing awareness and understanding of what constitutes a hate crime.