Posts Tagged NYP

Supporting the team

Jon Rushton from North Yorkshire Police provides support, direction and guidance to the North Yorkshire voluntary rescue teams on behalf of the Force and additionally earlier this year joined us in his own time to take part in the Falcon Flyer Winter Challenge walk and raise funds […]

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Training with North Yorkshire Police Dog Section

While Mountain Rescue teams have dedicated search dogs available through the Search and Rescue Dog Association (SARDA) we can also call on the skills of our local Police Dog teams and their General Purpose Search dogs to assist in Search and Rescue incidents. We spent an entertaining and […]

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Successful search at Scarborough Hospital

The team was called in the early hours of this morning (27th February) by North Yorkshire Police to a search in the area of Scarborough Hospital for an 84 year old, vulnerable male reported missing from one of the hospital wards earlier in the night. Three of […]

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Missing Man, appeal for information – Jordan Sullivan

The Press (York) reports that the mother and sister of a missing teenager are set to make an appeal for information today, exactly a week after he disappeared. Jordan Sullivan, 19, was last seen at approximately 9.30am on Tuesday 14 February 2012, near the River Ouse in […]

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New police 101 phone number introduced

New police 101 phone number introduced Five police forces across the north of England have introduced a new number for non-emergency calls. The number, 101, is designed to cut the number of 999 calls and allow people to report minor crime and anti-social behaviour. It is being […]

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