Use of Tasers in North Yorkshire – Public survey

I would like as many people as possible to tell me their views on whether they think police officers on North Yorkshire’s streets should routinely carry Tasers.

The survey is open now at www.telljulia.com and runs until Sunday 29 September.

The decision on the deployment of Taser is ultimately down to the Chief Constable but, ahead of that being made, I want to know whether people feel greater investment in the devices is the right thing to do, and if communities would feel safer.

Using the links below, I’d be extremely grateful if you could promote the survey when you are engaging with your communities and if you use social media, look out for #TaserSurvey

If people do not have access to the internet, please ask them to call my office on 01423 569 562 and my team will record their feedback.

Kind regards

Julia Mulligan
North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner

Download the poster:
https://www.northyorkshire-pfcc.gov.uk/content/uploads/2019/09/Download-and-print-out-the-Taser-survey-poster.pdf

Read the press release:
https://www.northyorkshire-pfcc.gov.uk/news/tasersurvey/

Southern CEF Forum – 19 September 2019

The next Southern CEF Forum will be on Thursday 19 September 2019 from 6.30 pm at Whitley & Eggborough Community Primary School.  The themes will be “Addressing Crime & Crime Prevention and How we Collect your Waste”.

If you are unable to attend on the 19 September we are running the same Forum on Thursday 14 November at Thorpe Willoughby Sports and Social Club.

Please see attached the flyer for the events, which can also be viewed by clicking on the link below:

Southern CEF Forum Flyer for 2019 September 14 November 2019.pdf.

We hope to see you there.

Kind regards Dawn

Dawn Drury

Democratic Services Officer

Selby Area Footway Treatment Programme

The Selby area footway treatment programme will soon start in Thorpe Willoughby and dates for each area in Thorpe Willoughby can be found in the published programme here: Slurry Seal Programme 2019

Unfortunately as the process is weather dependent the dates are subject to change.

The contractors will deliver leaflets to properties directly affected and be on site to treat weeds ahead of the treatment being carried out.

If you would like any further assistance in this matter please do not hesitate to contact Sharon Fox – Highways Customer Communications Officer for Craven & Selby at North Yorkshire County Council

1 x Vacant positions of Parish Councillors

Fancy helping to shape the village and services – then you may be interested to know that there is now a vacant positions of Parish Councillor up for grabs! – The deadline for applications to the Clerk is Friday 11 October 2019 so don’t think about it for too long!

To be eligible the candidate must:

  • be 18 years old or over; and
  • is an elector for the parish; or
  • has resided in the parish for the past twelve months or rented/tenanted land in the parish; or
  • has lived within three miles of the parish

Please use the following link to see full details:-  Notice to Residents for a Co-Option Vacancy for PCllr

Concerns over speeding traffic? 95 Alive

Speeding traffic through our village

The Parish Council can confirm that if you have concerns over speeding traffic then please use the “95 Alive” form to inform North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC) of your concerns.  This form can either be filled in online using the NYCC website or  you can download it from the link below:

Link To website: – https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/95-alive

Download Form Here: – SpeedConcernReport-BlankComplaint FormV6-95 Alive

Once you have completed your form you can either post it or email it at the addresses shown below…

Post to: North Yorkshire Police, Traffic Bureau, PO Box809 York YO31 6DG

or email to speedconcerns@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk

You will receive an acknowledgement.