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North Yorkshire Police Commissioner Asks for Policing Opinions

Julia Mulligan

3:17pm 28th May 2014

The Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, Julia Mulligan, is urging people who live and work in North Yorkshire to take part in a major public consultation that will shape policing and community safety in the County.

Running until 15 June and titled ‘The Big Police Debate’, it will open the doors for people who live in North Yorkshire to have their say on where they think North Yorkshire Police should be focussing their activities and investment. The results of the survey will be analysed and the key themes that emerge will inform the Police and Crime Plan: an operating plan that sets out the objectives for a Police and Crime Commissioner.

Julia Mulligan said: “The Big Police Debate invites everyone who lives or works in North Yorkshire to help shape the future of policing and community safety.

“Maybe you think more needs to done to tackle antisocial behaviour in your town or village. Maybe you're a farmer who's been a victim of rural crime.

“Whatever your circumstances, by taking part, you will help me better understand your needs and those of people local to you and help determine what North Yorkshire Police and its partners do differently in future.”

Members of the public can take part in a five-minute online survey and find out about other ways of having their say by visiting www.thebigpolicedebate.co.uk, by following the Police and Crime Commissioner’s office on Twitter on @northyorkspcc using #BigPoliceDebate or emailing their views to info@bigpolicedebate.co.uk .


  • We will be hosting an online survey that anyone who lives or works in North Yorkshire can take part in at www.bigpolicedebate.co.uk
  • You can also submit a formal written response to info@bigpolicedebate.co.uk
  • While you’re on the site, you can:
    • find out how you can take part in one of our web chats;
    • print off posters from the website and place them on notice boards where you live or work
    • promote the consultation on any community website or in any local newsletters and on Facebook pages
    • You can also follow my office on Twitter on @northyorkspcc and share your views using the hashtag #bigpolicedebate
    • Follow North Yorkshire Police on facebook.com/NorthYorkshirePolice and share relevant content


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