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North Yorkshire Remains the Safest County

Figures released today show crime fell in North Yorkshire by 6% in the 12 month period up until June 2013.  North Yorkshire also remains the safest county in England. Most importantly for local communities and individuals, the reduction in crime means we had 1,598 fewer victims of crime. It is important to note that these […]

Plans For New Headquaters Announced

Today North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable can jointly announce their plans to develop a new Northern Base for North Yorkshire Police in the Thirsk area of Hambleton. A new Headquarters will mean improved operational services being provided both locally in Hambleton, as well as more widely across North Yorkshire.  Quick access […]

New Police HQ

Communities asked for their views on police HQ Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, has today started a short engagement exercise with the local communities affected by the proposals to build a new Northern Base. A new Northern Base will mean the disposal of the current police headquarters based at Newby Wiske Hall.  […]

S136 ‘Place of Safety’ recently announced

  We are the only area in England not to have an official ‘place of safety’.  This means every day vulnerable people end up in police cells when they should be in hospital.  Julia has been campaigning for the NHS to provide this essential facility. North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Julia Mulligan, has recently welcomed the decision by […]

Julia wants your views on the Northern Base

  Latest plans announced – do you have a view on the future of police Headquarters? The Commissioner has now published information on the proposed next steps in her plans to relocate North Yorkshire Police from Newby Wiske Hall to a more suitable location. This is likely to involve: Relocating HQ to a site near […]

New approach to regional collaboration

Yorkshire and the Humber police services agree on new approach to regional collaboration At this month’s Regional Collaboration Board, all four Yorkshire and the Humber Police and Crime Commissioners and Chief Constables agreed a new approach to regional collaboration. At the same time, they confirmed their full and unequivocal support to regional collaboration, making a […]