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PCC Julia Mulligan

PCC to hold policing and crime advice surgery in Ripon

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Date(s) - 23/10/2017
11:00am - 1:00pm

Ripon Town Hall

Market Place
North Yorkshire

Residents of North Yorkshire are invited to meet their and Commissioner, Julia Mulligan, at one of her public surgeries to discuss policing and issues.
The surgeries run on an appointment only basis, with each appointment lasting 15 minutes. T

he next will take place at Ripon Town Hall, Market Place South, Ripon, HG4 1DD, on 23 October from 11am until 1pm.

Julia said:

The surgeries are a good opportunity for local people to come along and tell me how the police are doing in their area and to bring up any issues they may have about safety in the community.

If you have any concerns or problems regarding policing and crime matters that you would like to discuss with me, please contact my office to request an appointment.

Before you meet Julia, you will be asked a number of questions so that preparations can be made in advance. It is important to note that the Commissioner cannot herself intervene or influence a live investigation, whether about a police complaint or a criminal matter. This is because doing so could jeopardise the investigation.

However, if you have a complaint against the police you wish to raise or follow up, Julia will happy to guide and support you through the process.

Surgery dates are organised around the county on different days and at different times; you do not necessarily have to go to the surgery closest to your home, but you can choose the most convenient to you.
To request an appointment, call 01423 569 562 or email info@northyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk

Visit www.northyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk for more information.

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