Stokesley police have teamed up with North Yorkshire County Council’s
Mobile Library Service to get out and about into local communities.
Officers will be holding police surgeries across the district over the
next two weeks enabling local people to meet up with officers and
discuss issues affecting their neighbourhood.
Using the mobile library or the force’s mobile police office as their
base, Police Community Support Officers will be on hand to offer advice
and support to local people.
PC Glyn Jones of Stokesley Safer Neighbourhood Team, said: “It’s
important to get out to see people in outlying villages to discuss any
issues which may be affecting them. Not everyone can make it to one of
the town centre police stations and it’s much better for people to meet
us face to face than over the phone.
“Everyone is welcome and the officers look forward to meeting local
Tuesday 15 February – Seamer, Newby, Hutton Rudby, Crathorne, Picton between 9:30am and 3:30pm.
Thursday 17 February – Great Broughton, Bilsdale Midcable, Chop Gate Ingleby Greenhow, Battersby, Kildale, Ingleby Cross and Ingleby Arncliffe 9.30am and 3.30pm.
Friday 25 February – Hutton Rudby, from 10am to 3pm.
Saturday 26 February – Swainby between 10am and 3pm.