In this section you can find more information about Humberside Police and its structure.
There are four Basic Command Units (BCUs) or Divisions, which are almost coterminous with the district councils of North East Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire, Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. The Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships (CDRPs) created following the introduction of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 also mirror these boundaries.
The Divisions consist of dedicated teams of community officers based at Neighbourhood Policing Team buildings situated throughout each area and clustered response teams and investigation teams.
You can contact any of our Chief Officers via our Police Headqurters, details of which can be found on our Contact us section of the website.
Humberside Police employs 1,868 police officers, 1,683 police staff, 286 Police Community Support Officers and 345 special constables (head count strength, as of 31st July 2012). The staff are accommodated across the Force area to ensure that a safer tomorrow is delivered today.
Police and Crime Commissioner
On Friday 16th November 2012, Matthew Grove was elected to serve the people of East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire as the first Police and Crime Commissioner.
You can find out more about the work which Matthew will be undertaking at [link]
Environmental and Sustainability Strategy Statement
Humberside and South Yorkshire Police recognise that we have a corporate responsibility to act as a fair and supportive employer; to value our people and treat them with respect and promote equality; to enhance the lives of the communities we serve; and to protect the natural enviroment.
A copy of our Environmental and Sustainability Strategy Statement and our Sustainability Commitments can be found below.