Monday 11 October 2021
Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison has this morning published his Police and Crime Plan, the strategic document which sets out the objectives for his term of office over the next three years. The plan contains several key aims, including: Progressing the resources available for tackling crime in rural, coastal and urban areas; increasing the number of police officers and enhancing crime reporting systems and finally, improving educational and diversionary activities to stop more young people falling into crime.
Mr Evison told Beverley FM: “After I took office I launched a consultation to find out the public’s priorities to make our communities safer. Drug use and dealing, anti-social behaviour, protecting vulnerable people and preventing violence against women and girls featured strongly in the responses and form part of my commitments that my office will deliver on.”
[To read the Police and Crime Plan visit www.humberside-pcc.gov.uk]
Beverley FM is joining forces with Flemingate for this year’s Christmas Lights Switch-On on Friday November 19. And as part of the plans we’ve launched a Search For A New Star to find an amazing singer to open this year’s show. Not only will they perform on stage, but they will also appear on Beverley FM and have their hair, make up and even a new outfit for the event!
The competition is open to anyone aged 13 or over and all you need to do is convince the judges you’ve got what it takes by submitting a WhatsApp video of you singing. You can find out more by visiting the Beverley FM Facebook page.