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    Police Constable Vince Potter (612)

  • Pcso-7653-victoria-petty

    PCSO Vicky Petty (7653)

  • Updated 29April

    Priority One - No priorities

    Following the latest NAT meeting it was agreed there are no issues which need to be priorities at this time.

    Action Taken:

    As above, no action required.

  • Updated 02August

    Priority One - No Priorities

    Following the latest NAT meeting it was agreed there are no issues which need to be priorities at this time.

    Action Taken
    As above, no action required.

  • Updated 29August

    Priority One - Youths causing annoyance

    Following the latest NAT meeting it was agreed that youths congregating around the war memorial on High Street, Broughton were beginning to cause problems to passers by and motorists.

    Action Taken:

    Safer Neighbourhoods are going to look into the provision of CCTV at the location. Local officers are to monitor youths at the location and take action where necessary.

  • Updated 01October

    Priority One - Youths causing annoyance

    Following the latest NAT meeting it was agreed that youths congregating around the war memorial on High Street, Broughton were beginning to cause problems to passers by and motorists.

    Action Taken:

    Safer Neighbourhoods are going to look into the provision of CCTV at the location. Local officers are to monitor youths at the location and take action where necessary.

  • Updated 02November

    Youths Causing Annoyance. Following the latest NAT meeting it was agreed that youths congregating around the war memorial on High Street, Broughton were beginning to cause problems to passers by and motorists.

    Safer Neighbourhoods are going to look into the provision of CCTV at the location. Local officers are to monitor youths at the location and take action where necessary. A meeting has taken place at the site between local councillors and the police to discuss options. A local youth has been arrested for damage offences in the immediate vicinity and charged to court.

  • Updated 04December

    Youths causing annoyance.

    Following the latest NAT meeting it was agreed that youths congregating around the war memorial on High Street, Broughton were no longer an issue but there were now problems around the village hall. Safer Neighbourhoods are going to look into the provision of CCTV at the location. Local officers are to monitor youths at the location and take action where necessary. Local youths have already been spoken to and given advice around their behaviour.

  • Updated 04December

    Speeding traffic.

    Following the latest NAT meeting concerns were raised regarding speed of vehicles along Appleby Lane, Broughton. Lamp post mounted speed monitoring devices.

    Lamp post mounted speed monitoring devices are already in use and give read outs regarding the traffic flow. Work is to be carried out to assess the extent of the problem and determine an appropriate course of action.

  • Updated 06January

    Priority One - Youths causing annoyance

    Following the latest NAT meeting it was agreed that youths congregating around the war memorial on High Street, Broughton were no longer an issue but there were now problems around the village hall.

    Action Taken:

    Safer Neighbourhoods are going to look into the provision of CCTV at the location. Local officers are to monitor youths at the location and take action where necessary. Local youths have already been spoken to and given advice around their behaviour.

  • Updated 06January

    Priority Two - Speeding traffic

    Following the latest NAT meeting concerns were raised regarding speed of vehicles along Appleby Lane, Broughton. Lamp post mounted speed monitoring devices

    Action Taken:

    Lamp post mounted speed monitoring devices are already in use and give read outs regarding the traffic flow. Work is to be carried out to assess the extent of the problem and determine an appropriate course of action.

  • Updated 05February

    Priority One - Youths causing annoyance

    Following the latest NAT meeting it was agreed that there were now no groups of youths causing problems and there have been no calls for service re anti social behaviour.

    Action Taken:
    We will continue to monitor the area re any groups congregating and pay passing attention to previous problem areas.

  • Updated 05February

    Priority Two - Speeding Traffic

    Following the latest NAT meeting speeding vehicles continue to be an issue throughout the area.

    Action Taken:

    Lamp post mounted speed monitoring devices are already in use and give read outs regarding the traffic flow. Work is to be carried out to assess the extent of the problem and determine an appropriate course of action.

  • Updated 01March

    Priority One - Youths Causing Annoyance

    Following the latest NAT meeting it was agreed that there were now no groups of youths causing problems and there have been no calls for service re anti social behaviour.

    Action Taken:
    We will continue to monitor the area re any groups congregating and pay passing attention to previous problem areas.

  • Updated 01March

    Priority Two - Speeding Traffic

    Following the latest NAT meeting speeding vehicles continue to be an issue throughout the area.

    Action Taken:

    Lamp post mounted speed monitoring devices are already in use and give read outs regarding the traffic flow. Work is to be carried out to assess the extent of the problem and determine an appropriate course of action.

  • Updated 01April

    Priority One - Youths causing annoyance

    Following the latest NAT meeting it was agreed that there were now no groups of youths causing problems and there have been no calls for service re anti social behaviour.

    Action Taken:
    We will continue to monitor the area re any groups congregating and pay passing attention to previous problem areas.

  • Updated 01April

    Priority Two - Speeding Traffic

    Following the latest NAT meeting speeding vehicles continue to be an issue throughout the area.

    Action Taken:

    Lamp post mounted speed monitoring devices are already in use and give read outs regarding the traffic flow. Work is to be carried out to assess the extent of the problem and determine an appropriate course of action.

  • Updated 12November

    You said

    Cable theft in the winterton and Broughton areas.

    In the last weeks it has been widely publicised in the local media that several offences have been reported where cable has been stolen from pylons in the area around Winterton.

    Overnight 12-13/10/2013 there were two further thefts of cable from overhead power lines. One occurred at Broughton and another at Howsham. A further offence was reported in Castlethorpe on 21/10/2012

    We did

    Police resources will be deployed into the area in an attempt to both catch and deter the offenders.

    In the meantime please report anything you consider suspicious in the location of power lines or electric substations to the police.

    It appears that these offences are likely occurring in the early hours. If you do stop up late and have a sudden and unexplained power cut whilst these offences are taking please report power failure to the police via the non emergency number ( 101). Call takers have been briefed to expect such calls.

    Anyone with any further information about these offences is requested to contact Sgt Garlick at Brigg Police station.

  • Updated 03January

    You said

    Parking Issues

    Vehicles are parking directly outside the Nisa Today shop on the High Street, Broughton

    We did

    The matter has been referred to North Lincolnshire Council for their civil enforcement officers to deal as police officers no longer have powers to ticket this offence.

  • Updated 05February

    You said

    Illegal Drugs

    Information was given to us regarding cultivation and supply of herbal cannabis at an address in Broughton.

    We did

    A drugs warrant was executed at an address in Broughton on Monday 28/01/2013 and a small cannabis factory was found in the domestic garage of the property. Two persons were arrested for being concerned in the cultivation of cannabis and are now on police bail pending further enquiries. The plants were seized and the electrical equipment was destroyed.

  • Updated 05February

    You said

    Loose dogs

    There were several reports regarding two Alsatian type dogs being loose around Broughton on Tuesday 29/01/2013 and also reports that people had been bitten by these dogs.

    We did

    The dogs were retrieved by the owner who has been seen by officers to determine how the dogs came to be loose. They had escaped through a gap in the fence in the rear garden. This has now been repaired by the owner. To date there have been no official complaints of anyone bitten by these dogs.

  • Updated 26February

    You said

    Local vagrant.

    There have been concerns voiced in recent weeks regarding the welfare and actions of a local man who wanders the streets and gives the appearance of being a vagrant.

    We did

    Police have attended and spoken with the male in question who had experienced some difficulty following a close friend having left the area who had been offering support to him. Support and regular care are in place to support him and ensure he has accommodation and monitoring to aid him when required. There have been no further reports over the past week.

  • Updated 26February

    You said

    Access to woodland.

    For many years the general public have been given permissive access to local woodland but in recent times areas of the woods have been sold off and access has dwindled as new owners have taken ownership and erected fencing. Local people have asked where they can legally walk and certain owners have retained the permissive access clearly marking the footpaths. However there are those who have ignored this and on one such occasion the lady owner has been assaulted when challenging someone found off the marked pathway.

    We did

    As a result police investigated the incident and the matter was resolved without prosecution as per the wishes of the lady land owner. This has highlighted the owners continuing resolve to allow the general public to be able to enjoy the woods but whilst keeping to the clearly marked paths. We hope this may continue to be the case for many years to come.

  • Updated 27March

    You said

    Local “vagrant”

    There have been concerns voiced in recent weeks regarding the welfare and actions of a local man who wanders the streets and gives the appearance of being a vagrant.

    We did

    Police have attended and spoken with the male in question who had experienced some difficulty following a close friend having left the area who had been offering support to him. Support and regular care are in place to support him and ensure he has accommodation and monitoring to aid him when required. There have been reports of this male wandering the streets during the day and night, we have attended the area and located the male who states he is just walking, there have been no offences revealed. Efforts are being made to have social services engage on a more regular basis to assist him.

  • Updated 27March

    You said

    Access to woodland

    For many years the general public have been given permissive access to local woodland but in recent times areas of the woods have been sold off and access has dwindled as new owners have taken ownership and erected fencing. Local people have asked where they can legally walk and certain owners have retained the permissive access clearly marking the footpaths. However there are those who have ignored this and on one such occasion the lady owner has been assaulted when challenging someone found off the marked pathway.

    We did

    As a result police investigated the incident and the matter was resolved without prosecution as per the wishes of the lady land owner. This has highlighted the owners continuing resolve to allow the general public to be able to enjoy the woods but whilst keeping to the clearly marked paths. We hope this may continue to be the case for many years to come.

  • Updated 27March

    You said

    Late night disturbance

    A complaint was received regarding persons pushing shopping trolleys around and riding in them in the small hours of the morning in the Appleby Lane area, usually at a weekend.

    We did

    We have attended the Co-op and spoken with management regarding this. The trolleys have now been chained together at the end of the night to prevent the trolleys being taken.

  • Updated 29April

    You said

    Late night disturbance

    Complaint was received regarding persons riding around in the shopping trolleys from the new Co-op store on Appleby Lane, Broughton late at night after the store had closed.

    We did

    Police have attended and spoken with management at the store and the trolleys have now been secured by means of a chain threaded through at close of business. Enquiries to identify the persons concerned have been unsuccessful to date.

  • Updated 29April

    You said

    Access to woodland

    For many years the general public have been given permissive access to local woodland but in recent time’s areas of the woods have been sold off and access has dwindled as new owners have taken ownership and erected fencing. Local people have asked where they can legally walk and certain owners have retained the permissive access clearly marking the footpaths. However there are those who have ignored this and on one such occasion the lady owner has been assaulted when challenging someone found off the marked pathway.

    We did

    As a result police investigated the incident and the matter was resolved without prosecution as per the wishes of the lady land owner. This has highlighted the owners continuing resolve to allow the general public to be able to enjoy the woods but whilst keeping to the clearly marked paths. We hope this may continue to be the case for many years to come.

  • Updated 29April

    You said

    No Ward Priorities

    There have been no complaints forthcoming in recent times that would warrant being made a ward priority.

    We did

    At the latest Neighbourhood Action Team meeting on 23/04/13 it was decided that there was nothing that needed to be a ward priority at the present time.

  • Updated 04June

    You said

    Concerns re littering.

    Complaint was received regarding youths congregating in fields off of Appleby Gardens, Broughton. The issue was with noise and empty bottles and cans being thrown about.

    We did

    Officers attended at the time and spoke with a group of youths from the Barton area who had parked at an entrance to the field and were being rowdy. One of the youths had a few bottles of lager which were seized from him due to him being underage. Full details were obtained from all youths present and they were invited to leave the area which they did without further incident.

  • Updated 04June

    You said

    Anti social behaviour/disqualified driver.

    Complaint was received re the activities of a resident in the Southview area of Broughton. Work was being carried out on vehicles which was disruptive to other residents and the person in question was also driving whilst disqualified.

    We did

    Enquiries were made regarding this. Subsequently the person in question has moved from Broughton and has since been stopped and prosecuted re driving whilst disqualified.

  • Updated 04June

    You said

    No priorities.

    There have been no complaints forthcoming in recent times that would warrant being made a ward priority.

    We did

    At the latest Neighbourhood Action Team meeting on 23/04/13 it was decided that there was nothing that needed to be a ward priority at the present time.

  • Updated 02July

    You said

    Concerns re local man.

    Several concerned individuals reported seeing a man loitering in various locations around Broughton in a confused state. There were also reports of this male conversing with the statue at the War Memorial.

    We did

    Community Health Team were contacted and the concerns were passed on to them. The male was visited and after assessment he was admitted to the great Oakes facility where he will be cared for until he is well enough to return.

  • Updated 02July

    You said

    Graffiti in Broughton.

    Complaint was received re a number of properties having had green paint sprayed on them overnight around 18/06/13.

    We did

    Enquiries were made regarding this. The graffiti was removed by council workers with no lasting damage and at no cost to the individuals concerned. The graffiti was domestic related, no one was dealt with for any offences re this as there were no actual criminal offences recorded with the paint being cleaned away.

  • Updated 02July

    You said

    No ward priorities.

    There have been no complaints forthcoming in recent times that would warrant being made a ward priority.

    We did

    At the last Neighbourhood Action Team meeting on 23/04/13 it was decided that there was nothing that needed to be a ward priority at the present time.

  • Updated 02August

    You said

    House Burglary

    A report was received of a vehicle burnt out in a field outside of Broughton.

    We did

    Officers attended and identified the address the vehicle had been taken from and subsequently discovered the burglary. Local enquiries have led to two youths being arrested and interviewed. Both are currently on police bail pending the result of forensic tests.

  • Updated 02August

    You said

    Hare Coursers

    A report was received of two males in fields with dogs.

    We did

    Officers attended and located a silver Subaru Forrester estate car which then made off at extreme speed onto the M180 motorway. A further search of the area revealed a dog which had been left by the offenders which was rescued and taken to a place of safety. Enquiries are continuing to identify the owners of the dog.

  • Updated 02August

    You said

    Play area damaged

    Broughton Town Council reported the enclosed children’s play area had been subject to damage.

    We did

    Local officers have attended and established that rubber filler put down by council workmen has been pulled from between the cracks in the rubber tiles by local children playing in the park. Due to the nature of the alleged damage and the contributing heat and rain it was decided that the filler had lifted due to weather conditions and that it was not in the public interest to pursue the matter any further.

  • Updated 29August

    You said

    Off road motorcycles Dragonby

    A report was received of a number of off road motorcycles arriving in early evening and causing nuisance to residents.

    We did

    Officers attended and identified a vehicle responsible for transporting the bikes to the location. The driver was spoken to prior to the bikes being off loaded and advised not to return to the area as it was private land they had been riding on.

  • Updated 29August

    You said

    Youths causing annoyance

    Reports received of problems with youths at the war memorial, High Street, Broughton

    We did

    Officers attended and spoke with a group of local youths who were advised re the reports and warned not to congregate around the memorial.

  • Updated 01October

    You said

    Damage to pigeon loft

    A report was received of damage having been caused to a pigeon loft in the Broughton area.

    We did

    Officers attended and identified three local boys who were responsible for the damage. One of these boys has been seen and interviewed in the presence of parents. The others are to be seen shortly.

  • Updated 01October

    You said

    Damage to church wall

    A report was received of damage having been caused to the church wall at St Mary’s church, High Street, Broughton.

    We did

    Officers attended and spoke with a witness who identified two local youths. These youths have been seen in the presence of parents and interviewed. They have made full and frank admissions and will be making reparations for the damage they have caused.

  • Updated 01October

    You said

    Damage to alarm at Nisa Today

    A report was received of damage having been caused to the external alarm box at the shop.

    We did

    Witnesses have been seen and identified the youth responsible for the damage. He has been arrested and is currently bailed to an address in Scunthorpe pending a court appearance for a number of other matters.

  • Updated 02November

    You said

    HGV's in weight restriction.

    Reports have been received of HGV’s contravening the weight restriction in the Broughton area.

    We did

    A HGV tanker was followed through the weight restriction by local police recently and has been issued with a Traffic Offence Report for contravening the restriction.

  • Updated 02November

    You said

    Damage to church wall.

    A report was received of damage having been caused to the church wall at St Marys church, High Street, Broughton.

    We did

    Officers attended and spoke with a witness who identified two local youths. These youths have been seen in the presence of parents and interviewed. They have made full and frank admissions and will be making reparations for the damage they have caused.

  • Updated 02November

    You said

    Damage to alarm at Nisa Today.

    A report was received of damage having been caused to the external alarm box at the shop.

    We did

    Witnesses have been seen and identified the youth responsible for the damage. He has been arrested and is currently bailed to an address in Scunthorpe pending a court appearance for a number of other matters.

  • Updated 04December

    You said

    Non-stop road traffic collision.

    Reports were received of a black BMW on foreign plates driving in an inappropriate manner in the Scawby Brook area.

    We did

    Enquiries revealed that the vehicle had been on the car park of DFS at Brigg and had been involved in a Road Traffic collision. The vehicle was located and insurance details given to DFS re damage to one of their lamp posts.

  • Updated 04December

    You said

    Parking issues.

    A report was received of vehicles parking on the footpath in Wressle.

    We did

    Officers attended and advisory notices were issued to offending vehicles. This has been monitored since and there appears to have been a big improvement in general.

  • Updated 04December

    You said

    Night poaching.

    Reports were received of vehicles travelling into the area from around the country in search of deer illegally.

    We did

    A dedicated team of officers were tasked to conduct an operation around the Southbank area of Humberside. As a result two vehicles were seized from persons from outside of the county and the offenders were escorted from the area before they were able to commit any poaching offences.

  • Updated 04December

    You said

    Throwing Fireworks.

    A report was received of fireworks having been thrown from a vehicle in the area of Forest Pines.

    We did

    The vehicle was located in the car aprk of Forest pines and the youth responsible was later spoken to in front of parents regarding the dangers of his actions.

  • Updated 06January

    You said

    Hare Coursing A18

    Reports were received of 3 men with dogs hare coursing in fields off the A18 between Scawby X-Roads and Castlethorpe Corner

    We did

    Officers attending the area found a Vauxhall Astra estate parked in the lay by on the A18 and three men with two dogs were walking away across the fields towards Castlethorpe. All three were stopped and checked, none were local to the area and they were warned and sent on their way. No actual offences were revealed.

  • Updated 06January

    You said

    Suicidal male in woods

    A report was received of an adult male in the woods near to Jerry Greens dogs home with injuries to his throat.

    We did

    Officers attended along with ambulance and a male was discovered in the woods with a nasty injury to the side of his neck. The male was taken to Scunthorpe and later transferred to Hull for treatment of his wound. Enquiries revealed the male had attempted to take his own life.

  • Updated 05February

    You said

    Parking issues Broughton Youth Club

    Reports were received of parents parking in the grounds of the youth club and causing damage to the grassed areas around the building.

    We did

    Officers attending the area and found 8 vehicles parked on the grassed areas and saw the subsequent damage to the grass which is used by the children attending the youth club of an evening. All parents concerned were spoken to and advised not to park there as it is not for public use.

  • Updated 05February

    You said

    Parking issues Ermine Street, Broughton

    Complaint was received regarding vehicles parking on the footpath causing pedestrians to have to use the road to pass.

    We did

    Officers have attended and checked for any vehicles illegally parked, one vehicle was found parked offside to the kerb and on the footpath, a warning notice was issued to the vehicle, as yet there have been no other vehicles found pared illegally.

  • Updated 01March

    You said

    Parking issues Broughton Youth Club

    Reports were received of parents parking in the grounds of the youth club and causing damage to the grassed areas around the building.

    We did

    Officers attending the area found vehicles parked on the hard standing but none on the grassed area as previously. All parents concerned were spoken to and advised not to park there as it is not for public use. After speaking with youth leaders there will be a barrier installed shortly to prevent the issue.

  • Updated 01March

    You said

    Parking issues Ermine Street, Broughton

    Complaint was received regarding vehicles parking on the footpath causing pedestrians to have to use the road to pass.

    We did

    Officers have attended and checked for any vehicles illegally parked, there have been no vehicles found to be illegally parked over the past month.

  • Updated 01March

    You said

    Hare coursers

    A report was received of hare coursers on land near Appleby.

    We did

    Officers attended and three men with five dogs were reported for summons for daylight poaching. Their vehicle was also seized having been used to travel from outside of the county to commit the offence.

  • Updated 01March

    You said

    Stolen horses

    A report was received of two horses being stolen overnight from the Kirton Lindsey area.

    We did

    After initial attendance information was circulated via Countrywatch, Horsewatch, Twitter and Facebook. The two horses had been taken and left in a field some 5 to 6 miles away, due to the publicity they were soon spotted and returned to the owner. The offenders have not been identified as yet.

  • Updated 01April

    You said

    Nuisance motorcycles at Dragonby

    Reports were received of problems with off road motorcycles riding around woodland and waste ground on old mine workings.

    We did

    Officers attending the area and found vehicles parked in High Street, Dragonby which had been used to transport motorcycles to the area. Persons riding motorcycles were intercepted by officers on foot and warned re trespass and offences they may commit if they continued to cause nuisance to residents. All persons spoken to accepted advice and left the area when requested.

  • Updated 01April

    You said

    Untaxed vehicles

    Complaint was received regarding vehicles parking on the road not displaying current tax discs

    We did

    Officers have attended and checked for any vehicles illegally parked, one vehicle was found on High St, Broughton, following checks it was found that the vehicle had been taxed on line but the replacement disc had not yet arrived in the post.

:Police Surgery

19/11/2012

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

Phil Grundy Sports Centre, Scawby Road, Broughton
DN20 OAB

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:Police Surgery

22/11/2012

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Broughton Youth Club, Brigg Road, Broughton
DN20 OJW

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:Police Visit

12/11/2012

From 14:30 until 15:30

Other meeting

School Visit Broughton Junior School, Broughton
DN20 OJW

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7/1/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Broughton Youth Club, Brigg Road, Broughton
DN20 OJW

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:Police Surgery

15/1/2013

From 08:45 until 09:30

Street Briefings

o/s Newsagents, High Street, Broughton
DN20 OHY

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:Police Surgery

7/2/2013

From 09:00 until 09:30

Street Briefings

o/s Newsagents High Street Broughton
DN20 OHY

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:Police Surgery

12/2/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Broughton Youth Club Brigg Road Broughton
DN20 OAB

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:Police Surgery

19/2/2013

From 08:45 until 09:30

Street Briefings

Phil Grundy Sports Centre, Scawby Road, Broughton
DN20 OJW

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:Police surgery

8/4/2013

From 09:00 until 09:30

Street Briefings

o/s Newsagents High Street Broughton
DN200HY

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:Police Surgery

11/4/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Broughton Youth Club Brigg Road Broughton
DN20 0AB

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22/4/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Broughton Youth Club Brigg Road Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Neighbourhood Action team

23/4/2013

From 09:00 until 09:30

Neighbourhood Action Team

Phil Grundy Sports Centre, Scawby Road, Broughton
DN200JW

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:Police Surgery

29/4/2013

From 15:30 until 16:00

Street Briefings

o/s Newsagents High Street Broughton
DN200HY

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:Police Surgery

7/5/2013

From 16:00 until 16:30

Street Briefings

Car park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 0AR

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:Police Surgery

13/5/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

Car park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 0AR

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:Police Surgery

16/5/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Broughton Youth Club Brigg Road Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Neighbourhood Action team

30/5/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

Neighbourhood Action Team

Broughton Youth Club Brigg Road Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Street Surgery

8/6/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Police Surgeries

At the Car Park near to pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby .
DN15 0AR.

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:Neighbourhood Watch Police Presentation.

20/6/2013

From 19:00 until 20:30

Other meeting

Village Hall, School Lane, Appleby.
DN15 0AL

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:Street Surgery

28/6/2013

From 10:00 until 22:30

Police Surgeries

High Santon Villas, High Santon.
DN15 0DG

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:Street Surgery

8/7/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Police Surgeries

Car Park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 0AR

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:Street Surgery

13/7/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Police Surgeries

High Santon Villas, High Santon
DN15 0DG

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:Street Surgery

22/7/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Police Surgeries

Car Park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 0AR

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:Police Surgery.

25/7/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Broughton Youth Club Brigg road Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Police Surgery.

28/7/2013

From 15:00 until 15:30

Street Briefings

High Street Dragonby
DN15 0BE

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:Police Surgery

2/8/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

Car Park near to pensioners bungalows Paul Lane Appleby
DN15 0AR

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:Police Surgery

5/8/2013

From 18:00 until 18:30

Street Briefings

Phil Grundy Sports Centre, Scawby Road, Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Police Surgery

12/8/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

High Santon Villas, High Santon
DN15 0DG

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:Police Surgery

2/8/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Police Surgeries

Car park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 OAR

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:Police Surgery

5/8/2013

From 18:00 until 18:30

Street Briefings

Phil Grundy Sports Centre, Scawby Road, Broughton
DN20 OAB

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:Police Surgery

12/8/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

High Santon Villas, High Santon
DN15 ODG

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:Police Surgery

19/8/2013

From 18:00 until 18:30

Street Briefings

High Street, Dragonby
DN15 OBE

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:NAT Meeting

20/8/2013

From 18:30 until 19:30

Neighbourhood Action Team

Phil Grundy Sports Centre, Scawby Road, Broughton
DN20 OAB

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:Police Surgery

17/9/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

Car park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 0AR

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:Police Surgery

23/9/2013

From 18:00 until 18:30

Street Briefings

Phil Grundy Sports Centre, Scawby Road, Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Police Surgery

3/10/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Broughton Youth Club, Brigg Road, Broughton
DN20 OAB

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:Street surgery

10/10/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

Address: Car park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 0AR

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:Police Surgery

14/10/2013

From 18:30 until 19:00

Street Briefings

Phil Grundy Sports Centre, Scawby Road, Broughton
DN20 OAB

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:Police Surgery

28/10/2013

From 19:00 until 19:30

Other meeting

Phil Grundy Sports Centre, Scawby Road, Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Police Surgery

7/11/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Broughton youth Club Brigg Road broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Police Surgery.

13/11/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

Car Park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 0AR

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:Police Surgery prior to Neighbourhood Action Team Meeting.

19/11/2013

From 18:30 until 19:00

Police Surgeries

Phil grundy Sports Centre Scawby road Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Police Surgery.

26/11/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

Car Park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby.
DN15 0AR

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:Police Surgery.

12/12/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Broughton youth Club, Brigg Road, Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Police Surgery.

18/12/2013

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

Car Park near to Pensioners Bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 0AR

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:Police Surgery

7/1/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Broughton Youth Club, Brigg Road, Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Police Surgery

13/1/2014

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

Car park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 0AR

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:Police Surgery - Street Surgery

10/2/2014

From 15:15 until 15:45

Street Briefings

Broughton Youth Club, Brigg Road, Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Police Surgery - Street Surgery

17/2/2014

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

Car park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 0AR

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:Police Surgery - Street Surgery

28/2/2014

From 15:15 until 15:45

Street Briefings

Broughton Youth Club, Brigg Road, Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Police Surgery

4/3/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Broughton Youth Club, Brigg Road, Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Police Surgery

12/3/2014

From 10:00 until 10:30

Street Briefings

Car park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 0AR

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:Police Surgery - Street Surgery

17/3/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

Street Briefings

Broughton Youth Club, Brigg Road, Broughton
DN20 0AB

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:Police Surgery

8/4/2014

From 17:30 until 18:00

Street Briefings

Car Park of Coop, Appleby Lane, Broughton
DN20 0JR

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:Police Surgery

10/4/2014

From 16:00 until 16:30

Street Briefings

Car park near pensioners bungalows, Paul Lane, Appleby
DN15 0AR

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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: Broughton and Appleby

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.

Broughton and Appleby is policed by B Division

Csuptforbes

Chief Superintendent Tony Forbes

Commander for B Division

About street level crime information: Broughton and Appleby

The national Street Level Crime website is owned by the Home Office working in conjunction with the National Police Improvement Agency (NPIA).

Please note that the format and presentation of the crime and anti-social behaviour data on the website is the responsibility of the Home Office and the NPIA.

As a guide, Humberside Police has provided information around the Street Level Crime website and would recommend that you read these explanatory notes before proceeding to the website

Broughton and Appleby

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