Union backs plans for North Yorkshire crime tsar to take over fire authority



The North Yorkshire branch of the Fire Brigades Union has given a cautious backing to plans that would see the county’s police commissioner take over the governance of its fire service.
Branch secretary Steve Howley said the current fire authority, which oversees the work of North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, was not fit for purpose.
Crime commissioner Julia Mulligan has launched a consultation, which ends on September 22, on whether she should take the place of the entire organisation or just have a seat on the authority instead.
Mr Howley told a debate on BBC Radio York today that... read more

 
30 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 41
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