Inspector Andy Godfrey and Sergeant Nick Plumb will join a representative from the Salvation Army charity to host the webchat between 6pm and 7pm on Tuesday 27 September 2016.They will be online to discuss people’s experiences with York police and respond to any issues raised. To join the webchat, or set up an email reminder […]
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Officers have identified hundreds of York business premises that are located on industrial estates or away from built-up areas, and over the coming weeks will be sending them a self-assessment questionnaire and information about crime prevention. Dubbed “Operation Woodchip” for rural businesses, and “Operation Woollen” for farms, the campaign is the biggest rural crime prevention […]
At about 5.30pm on Saturday 17 September, an incident took place outside McDonalds on Blake Street, York, after two men became involved in an argument. The victim, a 29-year-old man, was struck in the head, and fell to the pavement, suffering serious head injuries. He is receiving treatment in Hull Royal Infirmary, where he […]
A man entered a jeweller’s in High Ousegate posing as a customer. He asked to look at two rings. After the sales assistant took them out of the display, he distracted her and snatched one of the rings, which was worth more than £5,000. The incident took place at 1.15pm on Friday, 5 February 2016. […]
It happened on Lawrence Street, York at 2:30pm on Sunday 28 August 2016 and involved a male in his late fifties, about 5’8″ tall wearing a blue jacket and jeans assaulting another male by hitting him over the head several times. We are conducting enquiries and are requesting the public’s assistance to help determine the […]
A record-breaking burglary prevention campaign has come to a close, having ensured that tens of thousands of homes are safe from criminals.