‘Sensitivity and understanding needed to encourage families who may report extremism fears’
Greater levels of sensitivity and understanding must be shown towards people who are considering telling the authorities of their fears that a friend or family member has been radicalised, according to a landmark study by Yorkshire academics.
‘Historic’ meeting of Yorkshire and North East police on cyber-crime threat
A ‘historic’ meeting between the seven Chief Constables and crime commissioners of Yorkshire and the North East could lead to the region’s seven police forces working together to tackle the growing threat of cyber-crime.
Extra staff for West Yorkshire coroner’s service as failure of reviews saps morale
A series of reviews which failed to deliver any improvements to a Yorkshire coroners’ service over several years has been listed as one of the reasons for falling staff morale and a sharp rise in sickness rates.
Pay-outs for undercover West Yorkshire Police officers who blew whistle on force
Two undercover West Yorkshire Police officers who were moved into back-office roles after raising concerns about sexism and unsafe practices in their unit have received pay-outs totalling nearly £100,000 from the force.