Over the past three years the number of potential victims of modern slavery and human trafficking identified in North Yorkshire has risen significantly, this follows the national trend, which is believed to be due to the rise in awareness. Today (Thursday, 18 October) marks anti-slavery day which if another opportunity to raise awareness and highlight […]
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When asked about why she wanted to support hate crime awareness week Sergeant Billings said: “Hate crime awareness week is important as the impact of, not only the crime, but the motivation behind it, can be truly devastating. “Being treated differently because of essentially who you are can have profound negative effects on the victim, […]
A blog by Denise Spence, a proud member of police staff who was recently handed a long service award after twenty years at NYP
Everyone will have seen a headline at some point about an offender who has gone on to commit offences despite previously being known to the authorities. But what you rarely hear about are those who don’t reoffend or are caught early due to the work of everyone involved in MAPPA. While we cannot eliminate all […]
Ruth talks about the differences between being a PCSO in a rural and urban location and how she supports her local community. PCSO Ruth Pearson I’ve been a Police Community Support Officer based in Skipton for 13 and a half years now and the time has flown by, which is a good indication of how […]
Service Improvement Manager for the Force Control Room, Inspector Mark Proctor blogs about changes we have made when you call 101. We all recognise that frustrating feeling of making a call and being left waiting for someone to pick up at the other end. And from previous posts on social media about calling 101, we […]