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Covid-19 response – latest police update

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My overriding plea is for everyone to keep following the health protection regulations and the hands, face, space and fresh air safety measures, to help keep the Roadmap Out of Lockdown on track. The gradual easing of the lockdown is very much welcomed. Our policing teams will continue to play their part, alongside our community […]

Community Conversations: Making every contact count & helping to improve mental health for local people

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Community Conversations is a multi-agency scheme involving North Yorkshire Police, the City of York Council Public Health, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust, The Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group, York St John University, Yorkshire Ambulance Service, York Explore Libraries and the Communi-tea mental health charity. The project will provide free training for […]

Ramadan Mubarak!

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Ramadan lasts for 30 days, ending on Tuesday 11 May. Ramadhan is a very special and blessed month which contains innumerable virtues and rewards for Muslims. Muslims believe that it was during this month the holy Qur’an (Islamic holy book) was revealed from the heavens and the first verses revealed on to the prophet of […]

Appeal for information after criminal damage in Thornton-le-Dale

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Between 10 April and 12 April 2021, the signs around the woodland walk near to the pond on Maltongate in Thornton-le-Dale were damaged. A commemorative plaque was also stolen at the same time. We are requesting the public’s assistance to help establish the full circumstances surrounding the incident. Anyone with information that could assist the […]

Appeal for witnesses following incident on Kings Staith, York

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A man in his 40s was injured, and taken to hospital for treatment. The investigation is ongoing, including CCTV enquiries. Anyone who witnessed the incident, and has not already spoken to police, is asked to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 12210096720.