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Protestors moved by police at Kirby Misperton

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Officers attended Kirby Misperton this afternoon after a group of protestors caused an obstruction at the hydraulic fracturing site. Several protestors were moved away from the front of the site. There were no arrests. We will continue to take a ‘neighbourhood policing’ approach to any protest activity. That means we will engage with people, and […]

Residents attend Kirby Misperton community meeting

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Dozens of people attended a community meeting in Kirby Misperton to discuss policing issues connected to hydraulic fracturing operations in the area. The meeting took place in the Village Hall on Tuesday evening, and was an opportunity for residents to hear directly from North Yorkshire Police about the likely impact on the local community. Superintendent […]

Social media accounts for Kirby Misperton community

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We’ve launched accounts on Twitter and Facebook to help keep people in and around Kirby Misperton informed. Follow us on Twitter, @NYPKirbyMisp, and Facebook, NYP Kirby Misperton, for the latest updates on policing issues linked to hydraulic fracturing operations.  

Community meeting at Kirby Misperton

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A community meeting will be held in Kirby Misperton to give people the opportunity to discuss policing issues connected to hydraulic fracturing operations in the area. The meeting, which is open to everyone, will take place on Tuesday 5 September, from 5.30pm, in the Village Hall in Kirby Misperton. Superintendent Dave Hannan, from North Yorkshire […]