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North Yorkshire Police - Project Servator - 13th Dec 2017

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NYP Richmond Police tweeted: The launch of Project Servator in Richmond today started well with an icy start. Keep an eye out for us this afternoon. Come over and say Hi

The launch of Project Servator in Richmond today started well with an icy start. Keep an eye out for us this afternoon. Come over and say Hi. #togetherwevegotitcovered #coldmorning
10th Dec 2017 - @RichmondSNT

NYFRS Richmondshire tweeted: RT @RichmondSNT: The launch of Project Servator in Richmond today started well with an icy start. Keep an eye out for us this afternoon. Come over and say Hi.


10th Dec 2017 - @NYFRS_Rich

lovemywine tweeted: RT @RichmondSNT: The launch of Project Servator in Richmond today started well with an icy start. Keep an eye out for us this afternoon. Come over and say Hi.


10th Dec 2017 - @bnbpewsville

Richmondshire Today tweeted: Officers from @RichmondSNTOfficers have been taking part in Project Servator this weekend to detect and deter criminals

Officers from @RichmondSNT have been taking part in Project Servator this weekend to detect and deter criminals
10th Dec 2017 - @richmond_today

Mark Wenham tweeted: North Yorkshire Police’s #ProjectServator comes to Richmond


10th Dec 2017 - @MHWenham

RichmondSNT tweeted: #ProjectServator Today in Catterick Garrison - Do not fear, the force is with you. #TogetherWeveGotItCovered

Do not fear, the force is with you. #TogetherWeveGotItCovered
9th Dec 2017 - @RichmondSNT

MPS Southwark tweeted: RT @RichmondSNT: Today in Catterick Garrison - Do not fear, the force is with you. #TogetherWeveGotItCovered


9th Dec 2017 - MPS Southwark

Andrea Liu tweeted: RT @RichmondSNT: Today in Catterick Garrison - Do not fear, the force is with you


9th Dec 2017 - @awyliu

T_Miller_Harper: tweeted Today in Catterick Garrison - Do not fear, the force is with you


9th Dec 2017 - @T_Miller_Harper


North Yorkshire Police - Project Servator - 23rd Nov 2017

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VIDEO - North Yorkshire Police release Project Servator video

North Yorkshire Police has today released a film to mark the 50th deployment of Project Servator since its launch. The 4 and a half minute film shows how the project, which launched in North Yorkshire in April 2017, deploys teams of both highly visible and covert police officers to deny, detect and deter criminal and terrorist activity in crowded places.
22nd Aug 2017 - MinsterFM

Police out in force in North Yorkshire town for "unpredictable policing" scheme

Extra uniformed and undercover officers were out on the streets of a North Yorkshire town today in the latest stage of an “unpredictable policing” project to make life difficult for criminals. They patrolled key areas of Catterick, home to Europe’s largest military base, including Princes Gate, Richmondshire Walk and the Munster Barracks as part of the recently-launched Project Servator.
16th May 2017 - Yorkshire Post

Police prepare for Tour de Yorkshire

"From a policing point of view, a dedicated team of officers from the four Yorkshire forces have been working hard behind the scenes for months to co-ordinate the police operation. The riders will again be escorted around the region by the ever-popular specialist police motorcyclists using rolling road closures." Supt Thomson said this year's event would see more emphasis on crowd safety and crime prevention, with Project Servator underway
25th Apr 2017 - The Press, York

REACTION: Your thoughts on "unpredictable policing" in York

Project Servator launched in the city centre on Tuesday, and saw armed police, dog handlers and mounted officers on the streets, while a police helicopter hovered above the city. The idea is to mix high-visibility and undercover deployments to deter criminals in York at all levels. In a survey within the story at thepress.co.uk, which was completed by 660 people, an overwhelming majority thought Project Servator was a good idea - 81 per cent - compared with 19 per cent who did not.
12th Apr 2017 - The Press, York

North Yorkshire Police launch Project Servator to target criminals ranging from pickpockets to terrorists

An innovative police scheme that deploys teams of officers to deter, detect and disrupt criminal and terrorist activity in crowded places is being launched within York on 11 April 2017. Project Servator sees the deployment of both highly visible and covert police officers and staff alongside other resources such as dogs, firearms, ANPR and CCTV cameras in busy town and centres and at large events.
11th Apr 2017 - North Yorkshire Police

Mum reveals the horrifying moment she thought her baby was dead after police horse kicked out and split pram in two

A mum feared her baby was dead after a spooked police horse kicked out and split the seven-month-old’s pushchair in two. Incredibly, Eden Stockton-Wilde, was unharmed despite being trapped in the mangled pushchair. A spokeswoman for North Yorkshire Police said that it appeared “that something may have distracted the horse” leading to the incident. Four mounted officers were in the city for the launch of Project Servator, a police scheme that deploys teams of specially-trained officers to deter,detect and disrupt criminal and terrorist activity in crowded places.
12th Apr 2017 - Mirror.co.uk

Seven-month-old baby injured after police horse knocks her out of pram

A seven-month old baby has received hospital treatment after a police horse bolted and knocked her out of a pram. “Eden was thrown into the air and the pram was smashed in half. She was taken to York Hospital and received treatment but was very lucky to escape with just cuts and bruises. The horse was attending the launch of Project Servator - a police scheme to deter, detect and disrupt criminal activity in crowded places.
11th Apr 2017 - Gazette Live

REACTION: Readers responses to baby"s pram trampled by police horse in York

Little Eden Stockton-Wilde saw her pram smashed in two by a panicked police horse. Fortunately she was unhurt. The police bought a new pram to replace the pram crushed by horse.
12th Apr 2017 - The Press, York

Campaign to disrupt criminals and deter terrorists brings police out in force

Officers patrolled the streets on horseback and with dogs, watched from on high and at street level, as a major new anti-crime initiative got underway. Known as Project Servator, it is an innovative police scheme that deploys teams of officers to deter, detect and disrupt criminal and terrorist activity in crowded places. It sees the deployment of both highly visible and covert police officers and staff alongside other resources such as dogs, firearms, ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) and CCTV cameras in busy centres and at large events.
11th Apr 2017 - YorkMix