Dear North Yorkshire Police and Crime Panel,
In anticipation of the peaceful protests which will take place when Third Energy attempt to begin their fracking operations at Kirbymisperton, what steps will you be taking to ensure the police involved on the day recognise these protests as being legal and peaceful, and treat them as such in their planning?
What steps will you take to ensure the police put the safety of the peaceful protestors as top priority?
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