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Have Your Say On The Police and Crime Plan in North Yorkshire

Julia Mulligan

10:20am 19th November 2014

The aim is to give North Yorkshire’s residents the opportunity to ask any questions they have on the recently updated Police and Crime Plan. The webchat will take place on Wednesday 19 November at 7.00pm.

The refreshed Plan was published on Wednesday 29 October with the closing date for feedback being Wednesday 12 November. Holding the webchat on 19 November will allow this initial feedback to be evaluated to discover whether residents agree with the goals and objectives set for the Chief Constable.

The four priorities for North Yorkshire Police are:

1.       Protect Vulnerable People

2.       Cut crime and anti-social behaviour

3.       Focus on prevention and early intervention

4.       Improve victim care

Taking a different approach to others in the country, Julia Mulligan wants to concentrate on quality and performance over statistics.  In addition to meeting the specific challenges set out in the refreshed plan, the mission is for North Yorkshire Police to be the most responsive police service in the country. Overall Julia also wants to see North Yorkshire become the safest county in England, or at least remaining in the top three.

Commenting on the new Police and Crime Plan, Julia Mulligan said:

“This plan has been developed after spending a lot of time finding out what the public want from their police locally.  I hope the priorities reflect what people feel on the ground."

“Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback on the plan so far, if you have any questions you would like to ask me about the plan, or any other policing or community issue, please come along and join my webchat”

To join the webchat visit www.northyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/webchat where you can set yourself an e-mail reminder.

If you are unable to take part in the live webchat you can send your questions to Julia Mulligan in advance via the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Twitter account @NorthYorksPCC, using the hashtag #AskJulia, or the Facebook page www.facebook.com/NorthYorksPCC

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