Home > News > Good News

Good News

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.

Toolkit launched to help police tackle UK badger crime

Posted on in Good News, News stories, Wildlife Crime

The National Wildlife Crime Unit’s Badger Persecution Priority Delivery Group (BPPDG) is today, National Badger Day (6 October 2020), launching a toolkit of resources to support police officers in investigating crimes against badgers. Badgers are one of the UK’s most persecuted species, despite having one of the highest levels of protection in law and it […]

York woman reunited with bicycle after theft

Posted on in Good News, News stories

A woman has been reunited with her bike after it was believed stolen from York District Hospital whilst she was working last Thursday night (14 May 2020). The woman finished her night shift to discover her bike lock had been cut and her bike taken at some point during the night or early morning. North […]

It’s all kicking off in York

Posted on in Good News, News stories

North Yorkshire Police has organised a 7-a-side football tournament for two age groups (13-14 and 15-16) to be held at York Sports Village on 12 April 2020. The winners will go on to compete in the national finals in London on 28 June 2020. Mixed gender and girls only teams are welcome to take part. […]

Animal Hero Award for North Yorkshire wildlife cop

Posted on in Good News

North Yorkshire Police Inspector Kevin Kelly was last week presented with a Special Recognition accolade at the 2019 Daily Mirror Animal Hero Awards for his dedication to tackling wildlife crime. The national awards held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London recognise and celebrate the most inspiring examples of bravery, dedication and resilience in the […]

Awards for action which saved life of Leeds man

Posted on in Good News

Six individuals, including four police officers and two members of the public, have been awarded resuscitation certificates from the Royal Humane Society (RHS) after their actions saved the life of Mr Bill Renton when he collapsed in Scarborough. Mr Renton was shopping with his wife in the Brunswick Centre in Scarborough on 15 June last […]