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Whilst respecting the principals of free speech, Riccall Parish Council expect comments to be decent and inoffensive to others. Any material which the Parish Council considers offensive or defamatory will be removed immediately. This may include all of the comments being removed from certain news stories.

Parishes Notice of Election May 2022

Free Webinar - Smart Security in the home

 



'WHAT DOES SMART SECURITY MEAN FOR MY HOME?'
FREE WEBINAR

Join this virtual chat with a smart security expert from ERA, plus Q&A
Thursday 10th March, 5 - 6pm

 
Find out what smart security means for your home and how simple changes can vastly improve its security. During the webinar Neighbourhood Watch CEO, John Hayward-Cripps, and ERA's smart security expert, Sumier Foster-Shah, will discuss:

  • available smart security solutions
  • installation
  • what to look for when choosing a smart security system
  • and much more

Following the discussion, they will run a live Q&A session to answer all of your questions and concerns.
 
BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE*

*Maximum 500 places. Register early and sign in promptly on the day to guarantee your place.

Best wishes

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH NETWORK, Central Support Team
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CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF CREATING SAFER, CONNECTED AND ACTIVE COMMUNITIES

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Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment Surveys

On behalf of the Health and Wellbeing Boards, North Yorkshire County Council and the City of York Council are working together to review local community pharmaceutical services. This will help us to help make recommendations and shape the development of services across both localities as part of the 2022 Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) refresh.
Digital surveys are now live with a closing date of 28th March 2022.
Your input is important to us so please spare a few minutes to complete the survey – see link below.
Many thanks

Can You Volunteer Your Time To Scrutinise and Support Policing In Your Area?

We’re looking for volunteers to join our Stop and Search and Use of Force Community Review Groups.

We have eight of these groups across North Yorkshire who review and scrutinise our use of Stop and Search and Use of Force, holding us to account to improve transparency, legitimacy and accountability.

Being part of these vital groups will mean:

  • Learning about your rights and getting involved in how the police carry out Stop and Search and Use Force.
  • Working around these three common goals:
    • Check that police officers use their powers lawfully.
    • Check that the powers are used fairly.
    • Advise on public perception relating to Stop and Search and Use of Force.
  • Looking at national and local issues related to Stop and Search and Use of Force
  • Viewing real police body word videos and providing opinions on them
  • Reviewing data to check for disproportionality
  • Supporting police training and communications

What time commitment would we need from you?

The group meets three to four times a year. You can join either your local district group or additional wider district groups.

Meetings are in person, virtual and blended (mix of in person and virtual) and usually take place early evening.

You will also be supported with a two hour training workshop and shadowing opportunity at a Community Review Group.

If this sounds like something which you’d like to know more about or get involved, email:
info@northyorkshire-pfcc.gov.uk

We look forward to hearing from you.
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