Coronavirus response – Update – 2 June 2020

Leaders of North Yorkshire’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic to give an update on the work they are doing, and take questions from residents and businesses.

North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan will lead the live update and will be joined by:

  • Chief Constable Lisa Winward – North Yorkshire Police
  • Area Manager Jonathan Dyson (Head of Assurance) – North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service
  • Richard Flinton – Chief Executive of North Yorkshire County Council and Chair of the multi-agency North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum

Members of the public are invited to watch the meeting from 1.00pm on Tuesday on YouTube and submit questions in advance by emailing info@northyorkshire-pfcc.gov.uk, posting on Twitter using the hashtag #NYScrutiny or commenting on Facebook. Not all questions will be able to be used, but they will inform the Commissioner’s questioning and the general discussion.

Get straight to the point:

Julia Mulligan  – North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner

Richard Flinton – Chair of the North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum (NYLRF)

Lisa Winward  – Chief Constable – North Yorkshire Police

Julia Mulligan  – North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner

Lisa Winward  – Chief Constable – North Yorkshire Police

Richard Flinton – Chair of the North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum

Mike Walker – Assistant Chief Constable

Julia Mulligan  – North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner

Jonathan Dyson  –  Area Manager (Head of Assurance) – North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service

Julia Mulligan  – North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner

Coronavirus response

These updates replace the regular public accountability meetings which are an opportunity to ensure the police and fire service are performing as well as possible to keep North Yorkshire safe and feeling safe.

Agenda:

  • Local Resilience Forum update
  • Police – operational response update
  • Fire – operational response update

Everyone must STAY ALERT to help stop the spread of coronavirus.

We can all help control the virus if we all stay alert. This means you must:

  • stay at home as much as possible
  • work from home if you can
  • limit contact with other people
  • keep your distance if you go out (2 metres apart where possible)
  • wash your hands regularly

Do not leave home if you or anyone in your household has symptoms.