Last week (15 December) the Policing and Fire Service Minister, Brandon Lewis MP, visited Skipton to discover how North Yorkshire Police is tackling some of the major challenges facing local communities in rural areas and county towns.
People have just a few more days to have their say on what they, their families and communities need to ‘Be Safe, Feel Safe’ in North Yorkshire. Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan has been asking people to give her their views on priorities for policing and community safety at ‘www.telljulia.com’. With her survey due […]
This week will see the start of flash operations by the Roads Policing Team to crack down on drivers committing offences by using mobile phones whilst driving.
North Yorkshire Police launch ‘flash ops’ to crack down on drivers using mobile phones behind the wheel
Online fraud is emerging as the fastest growing area of concern for people in North Yorkshire, according to the early findings of a survey by the Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan.
Following the decision to embed Community Speed Watch (CSW) as a permanent part of the North Yorkshire Police roads policing strategy and offer the scheme across the region, the village of Pannal has already seen some very positive results on the number of speeding vehicles in their area.
Commissioner Julia Mulligan calls on residents to tell her what they need to ‘Be safe, feel safe’ in their community
Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan is today launching a survey calling on residents to tell her what they and their families and communities need to ‘Be safe, feel safe’ in North Yorkshire.
Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan’s Community Fund has awarded £3,700 to North Yorkshire Police’s rural task force to pay for special marking equipment to help riders protect their tack.
Public invited to ask questions in advance of #NYPscrutiny meeting and Tweet questions during the live broadcast
Following the successful introduction of live-streaming of the North Yorkshire Police Corporate Performance, Delivery and Scrutiny Board, the Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable are again inviting the public to send in questions about the agenda items for the next meeting on Tuesday 27 September at 13:30.