We regularly issue press releases to highlight current news and appeals. This month's releases appear in this section - older items are moved to the archive section.
The identities of those shown are sought in connection with enquiries into alleged offences. Images may be of both potential suspects or witnesses.
News releases are shown on the main page during the month they are issued. After that, articles will be moved to this archive section.
There are many ways to keep up-to-date with breaking news and appeals from North Yorkshire Police: texts, tweets, emails and more.
Is there a police helicopter over your neighbourhood? We can help you find out what it's doing and why it's there.
If you are only interested in news and appeals relating to a specific part of York or North Yorkshire, you can browse the latest information for your area.
There are many opportunities to meet your Safer Neighbourhood Team officers, whether it's police surgeries, community events or local council meetings.
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We use Ringmaster community messaging to issue messages related to crime, missing persons or forthcoming meetings, via email, text, voice or fax.
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Chat with your local police officers at one of our live online webchats.
North Yorkshire Police has an official page on Facebook - you can join the page to get the latest news, pictures and videos from the force.
We have collected some of our major operations and campaigns into online "stories" using Storify.
You can get the latest news as it happens from North Yorkshire Police as well as many of our Safer Neighbourhood Teams on Twitter.
Online and mobile communications for crisis response and Search and rescue
Read about our past and present campaigns, operations and events that have had a major impact in North Yorkshire.