Have Your Say & Tell The Team

Thank you for telling us your priorities for policing, fire and rescue and victims’ services across North Yorkshire and York.

The consultation is now closed.

Keep watching for what happens next.

The Office of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is asking you to share your views on how to keep communities safe.

It’s part of a three-month consultation on the priorities for policing, fire and rescue and victims’ services which is continuing despite the vacancy in the elected position of Commissioner.

Get involved:

complete the online survey by clicking here >> 

The survey should take you 10-15 minutes to complete. The survey is also available in a variety of accessible formats by contacting 01423 569 562, by emailing info@northyorkshire-pfcc.gov.uk, or by writing to the Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, 12 Granby Road, Harrogate HG1 4ST.

attend a consultation event in your area – find out where and when here >>

The Commissioner’s office wants to hear from as many people before Sunday 7 November to support the team and whoever is elected as the new Commissioner develop their  Police and Crime Plan, and Fire and Rescue Plan for 2021-2024.

The Your Safety, Your Priorities, Your Plans consultation aims to encourage a debate about what the priorities for policing and the fire and rescue service should be.

The plans being developed and consulted on are:

  • Police and Crime Plan 2021-2024 – sets out the vision and priorities for North Yorkshire Police, community safety and victims’ rights, as well as the objectives and ambitions that the Chief Constable will be held to account against.
  • Fire and Rescue Plan 2021-2024 – sets out the strategic vision, priorities and objectives for North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service for how it will better respond to the need of our communities.

These documents have long titles and complex requirements, but they are all about one thing – your safety, so please get involved.

Tell The Team & Have Your Say

Take the survey now >>