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The Plan is out and crime is down

Following six weeks of consultation, Julia Mulligan has now published North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Plan, which has been updated to properly reflect the priorities of the public. The newly published plan now includes: A greater focus on Watch schemes, particularly rural watches and Neighbourhood Watch More explicit goals to reduce crimes against businesses The […]

Julia Mulligan to Closely Monitor Cautions

3 April 2013 There have been concerns from a number of quarters about the use of cautions when dealing with certain types of offences. Today the Policing Minister, Damian Green MP has said, “serious and repeat criminals shouldn’t expect to escape with a caution”. He said the overall number of cautions is coming down, but […]

Julia Mulligan progresses plans for a Northern Base

Julia Mulligan is taking steps to fulfil her election pledge of relocating police Headquarters from Newby Wiske Hall. To progress a new Northern Base, incorporating new custody provision for the Northallerton area, a full evaluation and analysis will now take place. The evaluation, to be conducted over the next 3-4 months, will consider the future […]

New structure for decision making and scrutiny

As a fundamental part of delivering the Police & Crime Plan, Julia Mulligan the Police and Crime Commissioner and Tim Madgwick, the Temporary Chief Constable have worked together to develop a brand new structure for decision-making and scrutiny. We are therefore very pleased to announce a shared vision of enhanced partnership working that has three broad […]

Commissioner’s Plan for Police Complaints

The Home Affairs Select Committee (HSAC) has today published its report on The Independent Police Complaints Commission. Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, has also been looking at how complaints can be handled better at a local level. In her first draft Police and Crime Plan, to be published on 4th February, Julia […]