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Meet the team for Brigg and Wolds

  • Pcjaneproud

    Police Constable Jane Proud (736)

  • Pcso7760lisabogg

    PCSO Lisa Bogg (7760)

  • Pcsolynseyancliffe

    PCSO Lynsey Ancliffe (7727)

  • Pcsocraigtomlinson

    PCSO Craig Tomlinson (7540)

  • Updated 04August

    Priority One - Astley Corner-Elsham

    Concerns raised regarding a number of nuisance neighbours and parking concerns.

    Action Taken:
    Brigg NPT are continuing to work closely with other agencies around this location and are looking at a more long term solution in an attempt to combat the parking concern. There have been no reports to Police regarding any of the issues raised.

    Parking will continue to be monitored at this location as and when duties allow, however, at this time there have been no Police offences revealed.

    Since this priority was raised Police have received no complaints regarding either issue.

  • Updated 04August

    Priority Two - Travellers Atherton Way, Brigg

    Concerns raised regarding travellers periodically arriving at location and parking inappropriately opposite Brigg primary School.

    Action Taken:
    Police are working with support agencies in an attempt to come up with a long term solution to this issue.

    Brigg NPT will continue to monitor the area as and when duties allow.

  • Updated 31March

    You said

    Speed of vehicles on St Barnabas Road Barnetby

    A concern was raised at the beginning of March 2014 regarding the speed of vehicles travelling along St Barnabas Road near the Primary School in the ‘Safety Zone’.

    We did

    This concern was initially raised by Barnetby Parish Council with North Lincolnshire Council, who then made Police aware. Around the end of 2013 a survey of vehicle speeds on the relevant section of road was made by NL Council.
    The results showed the average speed of vehicles in the area during the school morning drop offs and afternoon collections times to be between 21 and 23 mph, with an occasional vehicle being recorded at 25 mph.

    This reflects very well on the overall effect of the ‘Safety Zone’ outside the school with most drivers conforming and reducing speed accordingly.
    However, the Brigg Team will and have patrolled the area, where possible will continue to have a visible presence in the hope of reducing vehicle speeds further.

  • Updated 31March

    You said

    Small Business Robberies

    During the previous month or so there have been a spate of robberies possibly involving a fire arm, from small business premises where threats were made to staff and money taken from tills.

    We did

    POLICE have now arrested and charged a man in connection with two armed robberies and an attempt armed robbery in North Lincolnshire.
    Stefan PAVLIK snr (40) of Dale Street, Scunthorpe was arrested, along with two other men and a teenage boy on Friday 07 March.

    Stefan PAVLIK snr, has been charged with the following offences:

    An armed robbery at the One Stop Shop, Eton Court, Scunthorpe on 05 February 2014;
    An armed robbery at Barnetby Service Station, Elsham on Sunday 02 March 2014,
    an attempt robbery at the One Stop Shop, Eton Court, Scunthorpe on 17 February 2014 and three counts of possessing an imitation firearm.
    PAVLIK has been remanded in custody.

    A 36 year old man, An 18 year old man and a 17 year old boy, who were all also arrested, have been released on bail pending further enquiries, to a date in April.

  • Updated 31March

    You said

    Noise Issues

    Continuing reports of noise issues have been reported to us in and around the area of Garden Street and Queen Street at Brigg.

    We did

    We have made patrols of the area to monitor this and responded to calls by members of the public in relation to this noise issue by speaking/ advising and warning those responsible as to the possible consequences, however, this is something that is more appropriately addressed by North Lincs Council as they are better placed to deal with noise issues and have more appropriate powers.
    We have worked with NLC who have used their noise monitoring equipment at certain locations in Brigg.
    Contact has been made with other agencies and involved parties by way of informing them and working together to resolve this ongoing issue as soon as possible.
    Brigg Neighbourhood Team will continue to monitor this and assist where possible.
    Please note that reports re noise can be made to the council via their web site or by calling the Council switchboard on 01724 297000.

  • Updated 30April

    You said

    Horstead Avenue, Brigg

    Reports received regarding a number of local youths causing Anti Social Behaviour in the area of Horstead Avenue, Brigg. Claimed incidents include, criminal damage, throwing rocks/stones, throwing items into road causing hazards to vehicles, indecent exposure etc…

    We did

    Brigg Neighbourhood Team has conducted an area survey into this issue. A letter drop has been conducted to approximately 175 local residents appealing for information to assist the neighbourhood team in confirming the identity of the youths responsible. A number of multi agency meetings have taken place over past weeks in an attempt to exhaust all possible available resources. Joint visits with North Lincolnshire Homes have been conducted to addresses in the area regarding these complaints.
    The Neighbourhood Team have further multi agency meetings/visits planned for the coming weeks. With this in mind a Police Surgery for May has been planned with these issues in mind specifically for this location. See Meetings and Events page for further details.
    I encourage you to report all issues/incidents via the Non emergency number 101. This can also be done anonymously.

  • Updated 30April

    You said

    Suspicious Activity – Brigg

    A number of reports received regarding a suspicious well spoken, smartly dressed male attending local addresses within the Brigg area, door knocking. Male relayed a story on each occasion in an attempt to obtain money from local residents.

    We did

    The Brigg Neighbourhood Team have conducted a number of enquires and have identified the male. This male has attended Brigg Police Station and has been dealt with accordingly regarding these reports.
    We would like to remind people not to be taken in by such person(s) and to not hand any monies over no matter how genuine they appear/sound. This is what they do and are good at it. Don’t be taken advantage of.

  • Updated 30April

    You said

    Dog Incidents

    A growing number of reports received over past weeks regarding incidents involving dogs.

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    We would like to remind people that when reporting incidents involving dogs that unless a serious injury is sustained by a person Police do not deal. Contact should be made with North Lincolnshire Council Dog Warden on 01724 297000.

  • Updated 04June

    You said

    Health Place, Brigg

    Reports received regarding youths on skateboards/scooters using this location to build homemade ramps, riding around the car parks whilst stationary vehicles in situ, climbing on car port roof etc… Concerns raised regarding personal safety as this is a location that emergency vehicles respond from on a daily basis.

    We did

    Brigg NPT continue to monitor this location. At this time there have been no Police offences revealed, however a small number of groups have been located and spoken to at the location and suitable words of advice have been offered.

  • Updated 04June

    You said

    Theft from Motor Vehicle - Brigg.

    On 11th May2014 at 10:59pm Police Units responded to a call for service from the owner of a business premise in Brigg. Owner of local business was viewing live CCTV for business location in Brigg whilst at home address and was witnessing offenders on site in the process of stealing diesel from a vehicle.

    We did

    Units attended and area search conducted within the Brigg area. From the details passed by the informant to call taker, Officers on scene were able to identify an offending vehicle. Three local males who have previous for similar offences were later arrested and have been bailed. A vehicle belonging to one of the males was recovered for investigation. Police enquires are ongoing.

  • Updated 04June

    You said

    Dog Incidents

    It has been brought to Police attention that there is some confusion over which agency to report incidents involving dogs to.

    We did

    We would like to remind people that when reporting incidents involving dogs that unless a serious injury is sustained by a person Police do not deal. Contact should be made with North Lincolnshire Council Dog Warden on 01724 297000.

  • Updated 01July

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    Go Carting - Horkstow Road (Piggery Hill), Horkstow.

    Concerns raised over Go Carting on Piggery Hill. Safety issues have been raised as this is not legitimately organised through necessary agencies.

    We did

    NPT conducting necessary patrols to the area as and when duties allow, at the times this has been reported to have been taking place by passing members of the public. Adjacent locations with similar road layouts are also being monitored. Any Police offences revealed at the time will be dealt positively.

  • Updated 01July

    You said

    Criminal Damage - Barnetby Village Hall.

    Report received on 14th June for criminal damage to the exterior walls of Barnetby Village Hall.

    We did

    NPT attended and conducted a number of enquires. CCTV identified 5 local youths as implicated in this incident. Enquires are continuing with interviews to be conducted in the very near future.

  • Updated 01July

    You said

    Noise Incidents.

    It has been brought to Police attention that there is some confusion over which agency to report incidents involving noisy neighbours .

    We did

    We would like to remind people that when reporting incidents involving noise that Police do not deal. There are no curfews for Police to enforce. Contact should be made with North Lincolnshire Council Environment Agency on 01724 297000.

  • Updated 04August

    You said

    Theft Glanford Boat Club, Brigg

    Several reports received over the past weeks for boats that have been broken into along the River Ancholme.

    We did

    In response to this an investigation has taken place and police patrols consisting of Officers in canoes have been conducting patrols in the area. On 21st July a male was arrested on suspicion of committing two separate thefts from a boat near to Glanford Boat Club. Property stolen in the course of these incidents was recovered during a search. The male has been bailed whilst Police enquires continue.
    Brigg NPT are hopeful that this positive action will prevent further offences however we would like to encourage boat owners and river users to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity to the Police at the time.

  • Updated 04August

    You said

    Criminal Damage, Worlaby

    Two reports of criminal damage have been received from residents of Worlaby Village.

    We did

    Four youths have been identified and are implicated in both damages. The NPT has been conducting a number of enquires with possible witnesses and the youths implicated have been interviewed. Police enquires are continuing

  • Updated 04August

    You said

    Swimming – River, South Ferriby and Horkstow.

    Concerns raised regarding older youths swimming in the river and jumping off the lock gates in South Ferriby.

    We did

    Brigg NPT continues to monitor this location along with Horkstow Bridge during periods of hot weather when calls for service appear to be on the increase. There is no offence for Police to deal with, with regards to swimming in the river. Police will continue to offer advice regarding the dangers of swimming in open water. However, should any Police offences be revealed at the time, Person(s) will be dealt with accordingly. At this time there have been no Police offences revealed.

    Brigg NPT will continue to give passing attention to both locations as and when duties allow.

:Joint surgery with North Lincs Homes.

16/11/2012

From 18:00 until 19:00

Other meeting

Brigg Childrens Centre.

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:Drop in surgery.

19/11/2012

From 18:30 until 19:00

Police Surgeries

St Barnabas Church Hall, Barnetby.

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:Street Walk

21/11/2012

From 18:00 until 19:00

Police Surgeries

Wrawby Village.

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:Police Surgery

22/2/2013

From 18:00 until 19:00

Police Surgeries

South Ferriby Village Hall, Horkstow Road, South Ferriby
DN18 6HS

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:Police Surgery

19/3/2013

From 18:00 until 19:00

Other meeting

Worlaby Village Hall The Recreation Ground Worlaby
DN20 0NA

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:Annual Regatta

25/5/2013

From 09:00 until 18:00

Other meeting

Glandford Boat Club Coal Dyke End Island Carr Road Brigg
DN20 8PD

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:Police Surgery

22/4/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Saxby All Saints Village Hall Church Lane
DN20 0QB

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:Annual Regatta

25/5/2013

From 09:00 until 18:00

Other meeting

Glanford Boat Club Coal Dyke End Island Carr Road Brigg
DN20 8PD

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:Walk in Police Surgery.

14/6/2013

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

The Stables, Hall Farm, Melton Ross, North Lincs
DN38 6AB

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:Walk in Police Surgery.

25/7/2013

From 18:00 until 19:00

Police Surgeries

Wrawby Village Hall 32 Vicarage Gardens Wrawby North Lincs
DN20 8RP

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:Advice Stall/Surgery.

10/8/2013

From 14:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Wrawby Village Hall, Rear of Vicarage Gardens, Wrawby
DN20 8SA

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:Childrens Fun Day

3/8/2013

From 13:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

The Childrens Centre, Wesley Road, Brigg
DN20 8TR

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:Family Fun Day.

13/8/2013

From 13:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

'Woodbine Park' or the park area between South View Avenue and Preston Drive in brigg.
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:Police Surgery

19/9/2013

From 17:00 until 18:00

Street Briefings

Bonby village and local area

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:Police Surgery

14/10/2013

From 18:00 until 19:00

Other meeting

Barnetby Church Hall St Barnabas Road Barnetby
DN38 6JD

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:Police Surgery.

7/11/2013

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

The Yarborough Hunt Public House, Bridge Street, Brigg
DN20 8NS

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:Drop in Surgery

10/12/2013

From 18:00 until 19:00

Police Surgeries

Worlaby Village Hall, Off Low Road, Worlaby Brigg
DN20 0NA

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:Police Surgery - Foot Surgery

14/1/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

South Ferriby Village
DN18 6JF

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:Police Surgery

14/3/2014

From 14:30 until 15:30

Police Surgeries

The Courtyard Café C/O The Angel Suit Market Place Brigg
DN20 8LD

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:Neighbourhood Police Surgery

24/4/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Street Briefings

General Area of Elsham itself

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:Police Surgery

23/5/2014

From 15:30 until 16:30

Street Briefings

Resource Centre Horstead Avenue Brigg
DN20 8PX

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:Keyo Brigg Bomber World Quadrathlon Championship 2014

25/5/2014

From 07:00 until 14:00

Other meeting

Brigg Town

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:Walk in Police Surgery.

20/6/2014

From 15:30 until 18:30

Police Surgeries

South Ferriby post office, Sluice Road, South Ferriby
DN18 6JG

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:Walk About - Wrawby.

21/7/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Wrawby Village
DN20 8RY

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:Police Surgery

15/8/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

Street Briefings

The Recreation Ground, Off Low Road, Worlaby, Brigg
DN20 0NA

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If you wish to raise any comments or concerns you can do so in a variety of ways such as: 

Attending local meetings:-

Police Surgery. An opportunity for you to meet privately with a member of the neighbourhood team to discuss any policing issue of concern. This is a drop-in event so you may have to wait a few minutes.

Police and Communities Together Meeting. This is a public meeting where the police and other public authority representatives will be present. Its main purpose is to determine what the local priorities for action over the next three moths will be. It gives members of the public an opportunity to raise their concerns and influence those decisions.

Street Briefing. The whole neighbourhood team will be briefed on current problems in the area and tasked to deal with them. The public can meet with the officers and be informed about how they can help with these issues.

Dissatisfaction: You can also notify us of any dissatisfaction with the service you have received by contacting our Professional Standards Branch. They can be contacted in a variety of ways details of these can be found by clicking here.

Key information: Brigg and Wolds

The dedicated Neighbourhood Policing Team is based at the Police Station in Barnard Avenue in Brigg and forms part of the larger Brigg and Wolds Team.

The area is covered by Neighbourhood Police Officer(s) and Police Community Support Officer(s) who are supported by dedicated Incident Response Staff and a number of Special Constables.

How to get in touch

You can contact the Neighbourhood team in the following ways:

By email [email].
By telephone using the single non-emergency number 101.
In person at any police station.

Brigg and Wolds is policed by B Division

Csuptforbes

Chief Superintendent Tony Forbes

Commander for B Division

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