NORTH YORKSHIRE POLICEBACK TO LOCAL SERVICES
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North Yorkshire Police is the territorial police force covering the non-metropolitan county of North Yorkshire and the unitary authority of York in northern England. The force covers England’s largest county and comprises three area command units. As of March 2013 the force had a strength of 1,370 police officers, 158 Special Constables, 173 PCSOs and 1,095 police staff.
We are very proud to serve almost 200,000 residents in the beautiful and historic City of York and the areas to the south of the city.
York is an international tourist destination and attracts around seven million people each year. It is also home to one of the UK’s most iconic sights, York Minister.
We have the prestigious York Racecourse, two universities with a booming student culture, and a vibrant night-time economy all-year round.
Our team of officers, PCSOs, Special Constables, Police Staff and volunteers are on hand to support the local community and tackle crime and anti-social behaviour. We work closely with City of York Council and other partners to ensure York remains a safe and secure place for everyone to enjoy.