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Recently North Yorkshire County Council's Technology and Change department ran its first hack. What’s a hack you say? Well it’s become one of those things that I’ve spent a lot of time explaining to a lot of people over the past 6 weeks, and I still haven’t nailed it, but here goes. A hack, hackday or hackathon is basically an event that gets a bunch of interested people together to tackle a specific problem and is often a real mix of techie nerds and business folk. Why it’s called a hack? I’m not sure, probably because it’s a bit more hip and trendy than “loosely organised tech get-together”.
That aside we focussed on the flooding in Richmondshire last summer, which saw a record amount of rain fall on a relatively small area and cause quite a lot of disruption; the really interesting part of the problem was that the public were posting pictures and tweets of the impact of the floods, often with video and pictures many hours before we became aware of how and where the flooding was c…
In this article you will find a wealth of information relating to the 2019 version of North Yorkshire's Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA). You can navigate through the various topics by clicking on the buttons at the top of the articl…Read more »
The Data and Intelligence Team have created a dashboard that presents statistics on personal injury collisions and casualties on public roads (including footways).
It is based on 'Stats 19' forms, which are completed by police officers inv…Read more »
In 1942, the government published a landmark document that became known as the Beveridge Report. It set out proposals for widespread reforms to tackle society’s ‘five giant evils’ – want, disease, ignorance, idleness and squalor – through a…Read more »