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Change of venue for police front counter services in Selby

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On 12 June 2019 the front counter service for North Yorkshire Police in Selby will move from the old police station on Portholme Road to the Civic Centre on Doncaster Road. 

Change of venue for police front counter services in Selby

At the Civic Centre the police front counter will be open from 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.  It will continue to be staffed by specialist police personnel and will offer the same range of services including taking reports of incidents or crime and general policing enquiries.

This change of front counter venue is part of a planned relocation, which will see all of the Selby policing team move across from the old police station to the Civic Centre before the end of June.  Once empty, the old police station will be put on the market.

Superintendent Lindsey Robson, North Yorkshire Police’s Area Commander for York and Selby said:

“We’d like to reassure everyone that our front counter service isn’t changing – it’s simply moving a mile down the road.  We’re delighted to be going into the Civic Centre, which is a much more modern and accessible building, and we look forward to providing the same high level of service to the public from our new Selby location which is just a mile away.”

Last modified: June 10, 2019