North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel


Council Chamber, Selby District Council, Doncaster Road, Selby YO8 9BX


Thursday, 9 March 2023 at 1.30 pm


This meeting is being held as an in-person meeting and in public.  The government position is that of learning to live with COVID-19, removing domestic restrictions while encouraging safer behaviours through public health advice.  In view of this, hand cleanser and masks will be available for attendees upon request.  The committee room will be ventilated and attendees encouraged to avoid bottlenecks and maintain an element of social distancing.  Please contact the named supporting officer for the committee, if you have any queries or concerns about the management of the meeting and the approach to COVID-19 safety.


Please do not attend if on the day you have COVID-19 symptoms or have had a recent positive Lateral Flow Test. Further details of the government strategy (Living with COVID-19 Plan) are available here - .







Welcome and apologies








Declarations of Interest








Minutes of the Panel Meeting held on 6th February 2023


(Pages 5 - 12)






Progress on Issues Raised by the Panel

Update report from the Panel Secretariat on the status of actions from previous Panel meetings.


(Pages 13 - 14)






Public Questions or Statements to the Panel

·     Any member of the public, who lives, works or studies in North Yorkshire and York can ask a question to the Panel.  The question or statement must be put in writing to the Panel no later than midday on Monday, 6th March 2023 to Diane Parsons (contact details below). 

·     The time period for asking and responding to all questions will be limited to 15 minutes. No one question or statement shall exceed 3 minutes.

·     Please see the rules regarding Public Question Time at the end of this agenda page.  The full protocol can be found at








Members' Questions








'Enable' Programme Update

Report from the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.


(Pages 15 - 18)






Tackling Fraud and Cyber Crime in North Yorkshire

Report from the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.


(Pages 19 - 24)






Acquisitive Crime and North Yorkshire Police performance


(Pages 25 - 28)






Progress Report on the Implementation of the Risk and Resource Model

Verbal update from the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.








Work Programme

Report by the Panel Secretariat.


(Pages 29 - 32)






Such other business as, in the opinion of the Chairman, should, by reason of special circumstances, be considered as a matter of urgency.







Dates of future meetings:

·         20th July 2023 – 10:30am – County Hall, Northallerton.

·         12th October 2023 – 10:30am – City of York Council West Offices.

·         11th January 2024 – 10:30am – County hall, Northallerton.






Barry Khan

Assistant Chief Executive (Legal and Democratic Services)


County Hall


Wednesday, 1 March 2023





(a)        Members are reminded of the need to consider whether they have any personal or prejudicial interests to declare on any of the items on this agenda and, if so, of the need to explain the reason(s) why they have any personal interest when making a declaration.


The Panel Secretariat officer will be pleased to advise on interest issues. Ideally their views should be sought as soon as possible and preferably prior to the day of the meeting, so that time is available to explore adequately any issues that might arise.


Public Question Time

The questioner must provide an address and contact telephone number when submitting a request. The request must set out the question in full. The question/statement:

1.   must relate to the Panel’s role and responsibilities;

2.   must not be substantially the same as a question which has been put at a meeting in the past 6 months;

3.   must not be defamatory, frivolous, vexatious or offensive;

4.   must not require the disclosure of confidential or exempt information; and

5.   must not refer to any matter of a personal nature.

At the meeting: Once the question has been approved, the questioner will be contacted to make arrangements to attend the meeting to put the question.

Any questions will normally be answered at the meeting but in some cases this might not be practicable and a written answer will be provided within 14 days of the meeting. 

The full protocol for public questions or statements to the Panel can be found at




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