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Executive Membership

NameOrganisationRole
Beverley Proctor Independent Care Group Acting Chief Executive
Carrie Wollerton Scarborough Ryedale CCG Executive Nurse
Christine Appleyard North Yorkshire County Council Head of Practice
Personalisation and Safeguarding
Chris Jones-King North Yorkshire County Council Assistant Director of Care and Support
Christine Pearson Scarborough Ryedale CCG Designated Nurse
Safeguarding Adults
Erin Outram North Yorkshire County Council Governance Manager
Haydn ReesJones North Yorkshire County Council Safeguarding Policy Implementation Officer
James Parkes North Yorkshire County Council NYSCB Manager
Janet Waggot Selby District Council Chief Executive
Jill Foster Harrogate and District Foundation Trust Chief Nurse
Louise Wallace North Yorkshire County Council Assistant Director of Health and Integration
Matt O’Connor AWC CCG Designated Nurse
Safeguarding Adults
Nicola Webb North Yorkshire County Council Safeguarding Policy and Development Officer
Nigel Ayre Health Watch North Yorkshire Operations Manager
Olwen Fisher Scarborough Ryedale CCG Designated Nurse
Safeguarding Adults
Philip Cain North Yorkshire Police DCC
Rachel Bowes North Yorkshire County Council Assistant Director of Care and Support
Sheila Hall North Yorkshire County Council Head of Engagement and Governance
Sue Peckitt Scarborough Ryedale CCG Associate Director of Nursing,
Quality and Performance Improvement  
Sue Proctor North Yorkshire Safeguarding Adults BoardIndependent NYSAB Chair
Tony Clark Richmondshire District Council Chief Executive

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How you can help to tackle Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

North Yorkshire Police and our safeguarding partners are raising awareness about the disturbing issue of modern slavery and how everyone can play a part to tackle it locally.

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Don’t turn away: Help us stop modern slavery

While slavery is supposed to have stopped nearly 200 years ago, tens of thousands of people are in modern slavery in the UK today. Today, on Anti-Slavery Day 2019 (18 October), we’re asking people not to look away but report their suspicions.

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