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Public accountability meeting – 27 February 2018 – Local policing priorities

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Meeting overview

This month’s meeting focuses on Local policing priorities

Policing plans to meet local needs, concerns and priorities
North Yorkshire is the largest county in England, with diverse needs across its different communities. The delivery of policing in each area is therefore be different. In addition, we have listened to your local needs, concerns and priorities, to which local teams will need to respond.

Find your local policing priorities:
  • Craven
  • Hambleton
  • Harrogate
  • Richmondshire
  • Ryedale
  • Scarborough
  • Selby
  • York

Questions from members of the public


No. Time Click link to watch Purpose Lead
1 13:30 Attendance and apologies To note attendance.
Apologies from:
PCC Mulligan
CC Jones
ACC Oliver
C Craven-Griffiths
J Macfall
2 13:35 Minutes of previous meeting To discuss and agree the draft minutes of the previous meeting held on 23 January 2018 and to discuss the action log. ALL
3 13:35 Questions from the public To address questions raised by the public in advance in relation to the agenda PCC
4 13:45 Local policing priorities Main presentation and discussion.
5 14:20 Policing update – Kirby Misperton To provide an overview of the policing operation T/ACC
6 14:30 Performance / Outcome Updates Performance and outcome updates DCC
7 14:45 Calls for service – 101 Improving customer service via 101 & 999 DCC
8 15:00 Forward Planner To discuss proposed discussion items for future meetings ALL
9 15:10 Questions on Twitter To address questions raised by the public during the meeting in relation to the agenda PCC / CC
10 15:20 Any other business  ALL
11 Date of Next Meeting 27 March 2018 at 13:30hrs,  on the topic of Digital technology

Agenda papers

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