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Archive – January, 2019

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Appeal following theft of red Mitsubishi pickup truck in Piercebridge

Posted on in Local appeals

The incident occurred at a secluded property, just outside the village of Piercebridge sometime between Saturday 5 January and Friday 18 January 2019. The offenders forced entry to a first floor window to gain access to the property and stole various items, including the occupant’s red Mitsubishi L200 Warrior Pick Up. We are requesting the […]

Theft of fishing tackle worth £10,000 in South Milford

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  The incident happened between 10.30pm on Saturday 12 January and 9.00am on Sunday 13 January when approximately £10,000 worth of fishing tackle was taken. The stolen property included: A Cotswold Aquarius rod, rod bag A Cotswold Aquarius ruck sack A Free Spirit Spomb rod A Prodigy Spod rod A Prodigy Twin Tip specimen rod A […]

North Yorkshire Police launch ‘No matter how small’ stalking campaign

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• 96% of victims of stalking are stalked by someone they know* • 55% of stalking victims are stalked by an ex-intimate partner* • Victims experience over 100 incidents before reporting it to the police** • 94% of women murdered by men nationally were stalked in the year leading up to their murder* A new […]

Blog: Meet NYP apprentice Lucy Marshall

Blog: Meet NYP apprentice Lucy Marshall

Posted on in News stories

In this first post, Lucy charts her nerve-wracking journey from application to interview, and her first few weeks working alongside Talent and Resourcing colleagues. My name is Lucy, I’m 20, and the very first apprentice within the HR Department here at Headquarters. My role here is Resourcing Administrator. Previously I worked for a bus advertising […]

Chief Constable statement

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Commenting on the matter, Chief Constable Lisa Winward said: “It takes courage for someone to speak out about an incident of sexual abuse or rape, as Julia has done today.  She has our absolute support, on a personal level as a colleague, and at an organisational level as a police service. “My message today to […]