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Inspector Graeme Kynman: quarterly update on local policing in Scarborough

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With Scarborough gearing up for a busy summer ahead, here he provides an update on local policing activities in the area. Improving the quality of life for our residents and businesses Our Safer Neighbourhood Team, now known as the Community Impact Team, has been busy working hard to identify the issues which have the most […]

Inspector Lee Pointon: quarterly update on local policing in outer York

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He has been on his Neighbourhood Policing team approximately three years but has a strong history in Neighbourhood Policing. With summer fast approaching, here he provides an update on local policing activities in the area. Burglary Although York Outer does not experience a high rate of burglary, this crime is something that is mentioned by […]

Ten ways to protect yourself and your car from being targeted in a car key burglary

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Perpetrators will often target the owners of high-value vehicles; ‘cruising’ around residential areas looking for opportunities to exploit their security and get to their keys. Whilst burglaries of this nature are uncommon in North Yorkshire, we have seen an increase in recent months, and it is important that vehicle and home owners take simple prevention […]

‘No one knows your journey better than you. Be proud of you’ – International Women’s Day and what it means to the people of North Yorkshire Police

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The role of women in the police service has evolved significantly in the country in last 100 years. The Women’s Police Service was founded in 1914 and a year later, the first female officer was given the power to arrest. By 1920, 43 police authorities in England and Wales were employing 238 women. It was […]

Blog: Meet NYP apprentice Lucy Marshall

Blog: Meet NYP apprentice Lucy Marshall

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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 […]