North Yorkshire Police has made a commitment to becoming more visible and accessible to the public by opening a number of local police stations throughout the force area.
A brand new state-of-the-art police station in Harrogate has replaced the old station on North Park Road, which was built in the 1930s for the former West Riding Constabulary. Find out more about the building and opening of the new Harrogate police station.
In Harrogate town centre a local police station has been opened at Craven Lodge on Victoria Avenue to retain policing services in the heart of the town. Find out more about the opening of the new Harrogate town centre police station.
In addition, we have already opened a number of local police stations across North Yorkshire and the City of York. See the list below for more information.
A brand new state-of-the-art police station has been opened to serve communities in Harrogate and the surrounding area.
One of two new police stations in Harrogate opened this week as North Yorkshire Police prepare to move from the current police station on North Park Road.
The Safer Neighbourhood Team covering Settle has moved into new premises.
The new Whitby Harbour Local Police Office was officially opened on Tuesday 12 April 2011.
Sherburn in Elmet police station opened its doors to the public with a new front counter in September 2010.
A new police station at Clifton Moor opened in August 2010, giving residents greater access to their local Safer Neighbourhood Team.
Acomb Police Station opened to the public in April 2010, allowing residents greater accessibility to their local policing team.
A new Library, Learning and Customer Service Centre opened its doors to the community in Kirkbymoorside at the end of 2009.
A new police office which allows officers to be out in the community more quickly and more often opened at New Earswick, York, in April 2009.
A new local police office opened at Derwent School in York in April 2009, providing greater visibility and access for the community.
Pateley Bridge got a police facility in the heart of the community in April 2009, thanks to partnership working.
The local police office at Eggborough opened a new front office for the public in May 2009, increasing accessibility for members of the community.
Deputy Chief Constable Adam Briggs and Chairman of the Police Authority, Jane Kenyon, launched a new and improved local police station in Thirsk in April 2009.
A new police office is in open to the public in Helmsley, providing better access to local police officers and services.