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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

NATIONAL RURAL CRIME NETWORK SURVEY - CLOSING 10TH JUNE








Has crime gone up or down in North Yorkshire? Do you feel safer compared to last year? Has the new Rural Task Force made a difference?
This short survey takes minutes to fill in, and you can find it here - www.nationalruralcrimenetwork.net



North Yorkshire's geography means rural crime has a particularly strong impact on people, whether that by the sheer distance you live from your neighbour, or the moorlands being a perfect habitat for birds of prey which brings with it opportunities for wildlife crime.
The number of farms and rural businesses also increases the opportunities for cross-border crime, whether that be a livery or a farm. In short, the National Rural Crime Network wants to know the true picture of crime and anti-social behaviour in rural communities across North Yorkshire - from Skipton to Sleights, Stokesley to Selby, make your voice heard. 
Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire and Chair of the National Rural Crime Network, said:  
"I hope that everyone living or working in a rural community will spare a few minutes to complete our survey. It will provide a clear picture of what has improved, what challenges remain and what more government, police forces and other organisations can do to support the most isolated areas of our county.  
"Following the survey in 2015, here in North Yorkshire, we launched our Rural Policing Strategy to tackle the problem head on. The fact that, as part of this strategy, we have one of the largest rural crime task forces in the country shows how seriously the issue is being taken by North Yorkshire Police, a force that is determined to meet the needs of our rural communities. 
"But I want to know how people and communities feel locally, and whether the changes in North Yorkshire have made a difference.  Please let me know what you think by completing our short survey - www.nationalruralcrimenetwork.net"
Thank you
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire - 01423 569 562 - info@northyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk



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