NYSCP Police briefing: Community Partnership Intelligence - North Yorkshire

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Police briefing: Community Partnership Intelligence

**For internal awareness and to share with partners you work with **

We are pleased to announce North Yorkshire Police can now accept online reports from partners via our website. These will be directed to the Force Control Room (FCR) and dealt with just like a 101 call. In the case of partner intelligence, this will route directly to the Intelligence Unit from our website.  

This service offers you (our partners) the opportunity to submit forms through a standardised format, used by a growing number of Police forces across England and Wales. There is no need to wait on the phone. Accessible on computers, tablets and mobile the forms make it easier to share details from your systems. They are structured around the details we need to act quickly and keep people safe. 

These services are for agencies and partners of the police, they aren’t for public use.

In an emergency you should still use 999.  


What can you report online? 
The forms available for wider partners include:  
1.       Missing Persons (including returned persons and further information) 

2.       Request police help with a Mental Health Act Assessment  

3.       Request police help with a Welfare Check  

4.       Community Partner Intelligence (goes directly to the intelligence unit) 

On submission you will receive an immediate email receipt and reference number.

Partners can access the Community Partnership Intelligence form at the following website: Community partnership intelligence | North Yorkshire Police, by scanning the QR code below or visiting the North Yorkshire safeguarding Children Partnership Website:  NYSCP (safeguardingchildren.co.uk) an updated guide has also been included.

Intelligence Form Guide

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