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2 April, 2016

Police and Crime Plan consultation draws to an end

Julia Mulligan's draft Police and Crime Plan is coming to the end of its sixth and final week of consultation and residents are urged to have their say if they have not already done so.

The Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire launched her first draft Police and Crime Plan on 4 February and has spent the last five weeks speaking to people around the county about her vision for people to “Be Safe, Feel Safe”.  The 4 year Plan will be the focus for delivering policing and wider community safety services until 2017 through its six goals and must be finalised and published by the end of March.

Speaking about the consultation, Julia Mulligan commented, “This consultation has given residents a real opportunity to get involved in the development of this plan, and I am grateful to all those who have given us their thoughts. 

“We are now reviewing each one to see where we might need to change the plan before we present it to the Police and Crime Panel and ultimately publish it for our communities. 

“I would welcome as much input from people as possible so if you haven’t already contacted us, then please don’t miss the chance to give us your feedback before 18 March.”