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Further appeal for information after woman who died in A165 collision named

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21 year-old Georgia Porter was travelling along the A165 near Filey on 29 August 2020, when she was involved in a serious collision. The incident happened around 4.35pm on Saturday 29 August at the junction with the A1039 King Hill near Muston, Filey and involved a collision between a blue Volkswagen Beetle and Georgia’s dark-coloured […]

Appeal for witnesses after fatal collision near Skipton

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Around 3.27pm on Sunday 11 October 2020, a man was travelling on the A59 near East Marton towards Skipton when his red Honda motorbike left the road. The 50 year-old motorcyclist was taken to hospital by air ambulance but sadly later died as a result of his injuries. Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed […]

Assistant Chief Constable Mark Pannone: My top three goals for policing in North Yorkshire

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Ask someone who isn’t familiar with North Yorkshire to imagine what policing here looks like and there’s a good chance they’ll describe a bobby on a bicycle ambling through the tranquil green hills that make up his crime-free beat. It’s certainly true that neighbourhood policing, with local officers and PCSOs who are an integral part […]

Autumn and Winter recruitment drive encourages people to “Be you, be NYP”

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NYP is looking for people who want to use their skills, values and passion to deliver excellent customer service, make a positive difference to people’s lives and keep communities safe. The force will have a recruitment drive for Special Constables, Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) and Student Officers between November 2020 and January 2021. Special […]

Man named following fatal collision near Stamford Bridge

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His family have issued the following tribute:  “Simon was a much-loved son, brother and uncle. He overcame serious injuries to lead a happy life in Stamford Bridge. He loved his home and spent a lot of time in his garden which he was very proud of. “He enjoyed having a chat with people from the […]