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Special Recognition for North Yorkshire’s Volunteers

A group of North Yorkshire Police’s volunteers and its Special Officer Recruitment and Retention team yesterday (24 June) received special recognition from Lord Taylor at the Lord Ferrers Awards in the House of Commons. At the awards reception, Lord Taylor presented the volunteers from the Eggborough Police Station with an award as winners of the […]

Offer Accepted on Old Harrogate Police Station

Today Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, can confirm that she has accepted an offer for the former police station on North Park Road in Harrogate. The offer accepted by the Commissioner on behalf of North Yorkshire Police was for an unconditional £1,550,000, with a further £350,000 should planning permission be granted.  […]

New ‘Safety Service’ trial

On Monday the 13th May a 6 month trial of a new ‘Safety Service’, made up of a Police Community Support Officer from North Yorkshire Police and a Community Safety Officer from North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, took to the roads around Bedale, Richmond and Colburn. The new Safety Service will test out how […]

Section 136 – Success

Julia Mulligan, the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, has today welcomed the Home Secretary’s confirmation of a new health based place of safety to be opened in Scarborough by October this year.  There is also good news for other parts of North Yorkshire with two further places of safety being opened elsewhere in […]

Julia Mulligan commits to tackling rural crime

Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, will be at the Golden Fleece in Thirsk on Monday 13 May at 7.00pm to listen to the views of the NFU and their members. Tackling rural crime is a central part of Julia’s police and crime plan, and she has committed to working with groups like […]

Police Officer Recruitment Launched

Julia Mulligan, the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, is today announcing the launch of a police officer recruitment campaign for approximately 60 vacancies between now and the end of 2014. This is part of Julia’s commitment to making North Yorkshire residents feel safe; by ensuring police officer numbers remain stable across the county.  […]