A ballot of nary assurance has been passed successful a constabulary brag whose comments astir the Sarah Everard lawsuit sparked outrage.
North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Philip Allott said women needed to beryllium "streetwise" pursuing Ms Everard's execution by a constabulary officer.
Appearing earlier the county's Police, Fire and Crime Panel, Mr Allott apologised again but insisted helium could "regain people's trust".
Panel seat Carl Les said helium should "consider his position".
The sheet voted unanimously successful favour of the no-confidence question during the meeting.
Hundreds of complaints were made to Mr Allott's bureau aft helium told BBC Radio York women should cognize "when they tin beryllium arrested and erstwhile they can't beryllium arrested".
The Conservative made the comments aft it emerged serving Met Police serviceman Wayne Couzens had utilized his warrant paper to falsely apprehension Ms Everard for breaching coronavirus guidelines.
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