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Archive – May, 2018

Read the latest local appeals, news stories and missing person alerts. The full list of stories, in date order, is below. But you can use "categories" and "neighbourhoods" to filter your selection.

Employment tribunal result

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The employment tribunal, led by Employment Judge Shepherd, concluded that Mr Ahmed – formerly a Sergeant at North Yorkshire Police – was subjected to unconscious race discrimination, plus two instances of direct discrimination, due to his Pakistani ethnic origin. The tribunal decided that a white police sergeant who had passed his or her Inspectors’ exams would […]

Appeal following attempted burglary at motorcycle shop

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The incident occurred on Albemarle Back Road at around 1.30am on Tuesday, 8 May and involved a person attempting to break through a roller shutter door to gain access to the shop. We are requesting the public’s assistance to help establish the full circumstances surrounding the incident. North Yorkshire Police are interested in hearing from […]

Victim of crime? Help is just a phone call away

Victim of crime? Help is just a phone call away

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The Supporting Victims in North Yorkshire service can provide emotional and practical support to anyone affected by crime. This includes the victim themselves, relatives, partners, parents, guardians or witnesses to crime – anyone who has been affected and needs help and support. The team, located in York, offers a service to all victims of crime […]

Appeal following criminal damage in York

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Officers in York are appealing for information and witnesses following an incident of criminal damage on Hebden Rise. It happened in the early hours of Sunday 6 May 2018.when the suspect, or suspects, attempted to gain entry to a property. They were unsuccessful but caused damage to a door handle. Anyone with information that could […]

No cold calling zone to protect residents in Kirkbymoorside

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Signage for the zone in Ryedale View and Ryedale Crescent was erected yesterday (Tuesday 8 May 2018) and officers began delivering information packs to local residents. No Cold Calling Zones are designed to discourage cold callers and reduce incidents of rogue traders and distraction burglaries by empowering residents to send callers away and inform the […]