We are committed to providing the best possible policing service to all members of the community across North Yorkshire and the City of York with equality considerations embedded into all we do.
The North Yorkshire Police annual reports detail the work of the Equality and Diversity Unit.
Equality analysis is a way of considering the effect on different groups protected from discrimination by the Equality Act.
North Yorkshire Police is committed to setting challenging equality objectives across our organisation, which address the most significant and pressing equalities issues facing the communities we serve and the protected groups amongst our own personnel.
North Yorkshire Police is committed to providing the best possible policing service to all members of the community across North Yorkshire and the City of York with equality considerations embedded into all that we do.
Police Forces and Police Authorities have a duty to promote equality and prevent illegal discrimination and must make sure their actions meet the requirements of the European Convention of Human Rights.
Reports to provide comparative details of complaints against the police and other disciplinary issues.
It is a human right to be safe and secure and to live free from fear or harassment. Hate incidents and crime are based on ignorance, prejudice, discrimination and hate and have no place in our society.
North Yorkshire Police listens to all members of the community to ensure that our services reflect the needs of everyone we police.
We are committed to ensuring our website is as accessible as possible for all our users, including those who are visually impaired or have other disabilities.