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Archive – September, 2016

Read the latest local appeals, news stories and missing person alerts. The full list of stories, in date order, is below. But you can use "categories" and "neighbourhoods" to filter your selection.

Witness appeal after cycle damaged in road incident in York

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On Monday 12 September 2016, just after 5.45pm, a cyclist was cycling from Clifton Green towards Rawcliffe Lane. When the cyclist stopped in the right-hand filter lane for Rawcliffe Lane, a dark-coloured 4×4 vehicle, believed to be an Audi, pulled up behind him. The car nudged the rear tyre of the cycle on several occasions. […]

Outcome of misconduct hearing

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[NAME REDACTED UNDER ARTICLE 17 OF GDPR] joined North Yorkshire Police in 1995 and her service has included postings in [REDACTED UNDER ARTICLE 17 OF GDPR]. The three day disciplinary hearing was held at North Yorkshire Police’s HQ at Newby Wiske. After deliberating for several hours, the disciplinary panel, which was led by an independent legally-qualified […]

Statement regarding Mr O’Neill case

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By the court imposing a Sexual Risk Order until further order and granting the prohibitions applied for, this recognises that North Yorkshire Police have taken the correct course of action to safeguard and protect the public from the risk, that the Court has acknowledged Mr O’Neill poses to the public.” “It is the priority of […]

Woman knocked to the ground during handbag theft in Scarborough

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The victim was walking between Cayton Low Road and Morrisons in Eastfield through the snicket at the side of the A64. She was approached from behind – possibly by two people – and forced to the ground. Her handbag was then stolen before the offenders made off. It is thought they went back towards Cayton […]

Appeal for information to theft of a car in Newland, Selby

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The car, a burgundy 4×4 Izuzu Rodeo with the registration ‘YX04 NNU’ is believed to have been taken between 5pm on Tuesday 20 September and 9am Wednesday 21 September 2016. Police are appealing for any witnesses who may have seen the 4×4 vehicle in the area to contact them. They are particularly interested to hear […]

Webchat – your chance to have your say about policing in York city centre

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Inspector Andy Godfrey and Sergeant Nick Plumb will join a representative from the Salvation Army charity to host the webchat between 6pm and 7pm on Tuesday 27 September 2016.They will be online to discuss people’s experiences with York police and respond to any issues raised. To join the webchat, or set up an email reminder […]