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About the force
North Yorkshire Police is the largest single county force in England, covering an area of 3,200 square miles, policing a population of 788,844 people (mid-2007 census), with 6,000 miles of road.
Led by a Chief Constable and a Strategic Leadership Team, North Yorkshire Police employs 1,455 police officers and 1,013 police staff (August 2011).
North Yorkshire Police came into being in 1974, although the North Riding of Yorkshire Constabulary dates back to 1856.
Chief Constable Dave Jones
Deputy Chief Constable Lisa Winward
Assistant Chief Constable Amanda Oliver
Assistant Chief Constable Phil Cain
Neighbourhoods in this force area
- Craven Rural
- Filey and Eastfield
- Harrogate Outer
- Harrogate Town
- Knaresborough and Boroughbridge
- Northallerton and Stokesley
- Richmond and Catterick
- Ripon and Pateley Bridge
- Selby Rural
- Selby Town
- Skipton Town
- The Dales
- Thirsk and Easingwold
- York City and East
- York North
- York West
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