21 September, 2017

Police

North Yorkshire Police continue to have regular meetings covering different areas of Ryedale.  These quarterley meetings are open to everyone but the majority of those who attend are representatives of parishes.  Meetings usually move around different locations.  They are known as “CAP meetings”.

Broughton is part of the  Malton Rural West Group.  From now on both agendas and the minutes from the previous meeting will be available here on this website under the heading CAP.

Broughton is part of a Safer Neighbourhood area.  Our local police officer is Beat Manager PC Paul Fenwick.  He is helped by two PCSOs.

Contacting the police is now easy – as well as 999 for emergencies, there is a  non-emergency number which is 101. It came into force on the 12 December 2011.

Safer Neighbourhood Teams also produce posters covering a variety of issues on which advice is given.  These are listed on a page headed Notices.

The above are provided as PDFs or in the case of the Notices, jpegs (photos) as well.

You can use the police website to ask for daily Newsletters altering readers to crimes or potentially serious incidents  to be sent to you via email. 

 How to contact the  Safer Neighbourhood Team:

  • To report crime or anti-social behaviour call the non-emergency number 101
  • E-mail  SNAryedale@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
North Yorkshire Police includes on its website a section on Scarborough and Ryedale News.
Look for the Local News link and then click on the Scarborough/Ryedale section of the map.  Our Safer Neighbourhood police page can be found the same way after clicking on the Safer Neighbourhood Policing menu.

In an emergency always call 999

 

 

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