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Julia Mulligan and North Yorkshire Police want your views on changes to Firearms and Explosives Licensing services

North Yorkshire Police and Julia Mulligan, the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner, want feedback on planned changes to the way Firearms and Explosives Licensing services are accessed across the county. Following national eCommerce guidance, applications and renewals for Firearms Licences will soon be available online. This will allow customers to log onto the North Yorkshire Police website at […]

North Yorkshire Police and Police and Crime Commissioner response

IPCC publishes annual deaths during or following police contact for 2012/13 – mental health a key factor Chief Constable Dave Jones said: “I note the findings of the report and reaffirm North Yorkshire Police’s commitment to delivering the highest standards of care for detained persons. “This is reflected in our strict compliance with the Independent […]

Police and Crime Commissioner Moves Office to Harrogate

It can today be announced that North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner will be moving her office to Harrogate.  Julia Mulligan, whose office is currently located in Melmerby near Ripon, is moving to Harrogate so she is much more accessible for the North Yorkshire public.  Engagement with the community is at the heart of this […]

Julia Mulligan commits to better services for North Yorkshire

The Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, Julia Mulligan, has now completed a restructuring of her small support team, and is looking to create an office that will improve services for the public and enable her to achieve her overall vision and strategic objectives – reducing crime, protecting victims and ensuring individuals and communities […]

New ANPR software means more criminals to be caught in North Yorkshire

Julia Mulligan has this morning announced a £250,000 investment in the police’s ability to track and trace cross-border and roving criminals across the county, and support bringing those criminals to justice. Mrs Mulligan, North Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, has explained that investment in software to support the county’s Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system […]

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 […]