We'll keep you up to date about policing issues connected to hydraulic fracturing operations in Kirby Misperton.
Court results following the policing operation at Kirby Misperton
The final cases at York Magistrates Court related to protest activity at Kirby Misperton between September 2017 and January 2018 have now concluded. You can read coverage in the York Press. Throughout the operation, our role has been to balance the rights of everyone at Kirby Misperton – including people assembling and protesting peacefully, businesses […]
Protester convicted of obstructing police at Kirby Misperton
A man has been found guilty of obstructing police during a protest in North Yorkshire, following a trial at York Magistrates Court.
Court update – Tuesday 1 May 2018
Three people were found guilty of obstructing the highway at Kirby Misperton on 20 September 2017, following trials at York Magistrates Court today.
Cost of policing protests in Kirby Misperton published – February 2018
The latest costs incurred policing protests in Kirby Misperton have been published.
‘Slow walk’ protest held on road in Kirby Misperton
A ‘slow walk’ protest took place at Kirby Misperton this afternoon, as protesters walked in front of vehicles leaving the hydraulic fracturing site.
Guilty verdicts in first Kirby Misperton ‘fracking’ trial
Two protesters have been found guilty of obstructing the highway at Kirby Misperton, after they climbed up a tower in the road.
Update: no further action in connection with ill dog
Two men arrested following an incident in which a guard dog became ill at Kirby Misperton will face no further action.
Woman receives caution after jumping on moving lorry
A woman who jumped onto a moving lorry in Kirby Misperton has received a caution.