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On Monday, Chief Constable Dave Jones and Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, Julia Mulligan, are launching a force-wide campaign to bolster the ranks of Special Constables - trained volunteers who work alongside and support regular police officers and police community support officers.
The event was inspired by police community support officers Sharon Horner and Rachel Horton-Barr, who are based at nearby Bell Green police station.
I wonder what Mr Franks would prefer - an increase equivalent to a penny a day to cut crime and maintain a 24 hour, seven day a week police service, or for 40 police community support officers to lose their jobs?
POLICE community support officers cost up to pounds 1.
POLICE Community Support Officers (PCSOs) should be given more power to fight crime without having "one arm tied behind their backs", the union Unison said.
They will have the same powers as Police Community Support Officers and will focus on graffiti and littering.
Police and Police Community Support Officers seized cannabis plants and amphetamines from a house in the village this week.
Three roadshows are being held by the animal charity and Durham Police community support officers in Chester-le-Street this month where officers will offer free microchipping and vouchers for cats and dogs to be neutered.