Read about our past and present campaigns, operations and events that have had a major impact in North Yorkshire.
North Yorkshire Police are carrying out eight cold case reviews into previous investigations where a body or human remains have been found but have not been identified.
Youngsters from across North Yorkshire and the City of York are invited to put forward their ideas for this year's North Yorkshire Crimebeat awards.
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.
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Operation Hawk is our major initiative to target travelling criminals and protect rural communities in North Yorkshire.
Operation Jumbo is a proactive policing campaign which focuses on reducing rural crime and building customer confidence within our rural communities. The operation has been hailed as the most successful within the Selby district.
Operation Maelstrom is an ongoing police investigation targeting people involved in the handling of stolen property and related crime.
Information passed to Crimestoppers in York and North Yorkshire led to dozens of people being arrested and charged with criminal offences in 2010. Your information will help us root out criminals in 2011 and beyond.
Project Yali is a joint agency initiative that delivers an enhanced 'vigilance' capability and reporting mechanism for the haulage community that use the Cleveland and North Yorkshire Region.
Like driving? Love cars? The Young Drivers Club is a project in Easingwold led by Hambleton South Safer Neighbourhood Team. It aims to make sure you have the knowledge and support you need to be a safe and responsible driver.
Since April 2012, when Operation Tornado was introduced across North Yorkshire and the City of York, North Yorkshire Police has recorded a 53% reduction in metal theft compared to the same period last year.
Crucial Crew is a series of workshops held all over the UK for schoolchildren aged 8-11. It is now in its 23rd year in North Yorkshire!
Police in West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and North Yorkshire have again demonstrated the strength of regional collaboration and strong partnership working to deliver a safe and secure Tour de France "Yorkshire Grand Départ".