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    Police Constable Tracey Teal (480)

  • Pcso-7633-kevin-horsfall

    PCSO Kevin Horsfall (7633)

  • Updated 05November

    No priorities identified. At the last Ridge Ward (NAT) Neighbourhood Action Team meeting held on 11th September 2013 at Scawby Village Hall No priorities were set as the members considered there were no significant crime or community concerns. **The next NAT meeting is due to be held on 11/12/2013. An emergency meeting could be convened by the Chair Person if there were any emerging priorities.**

    This shows that the current approach is highlighting a positive result for the large geographical Ridge Ward area. Crime and community concerns are reviewed on a regular basis and if a significant priority did arise an interim NAT meeting could be arranged to discuss. The Ridge Ward Policing area is covered by dedicated officers who have over a number of years provided continuity for the area. This and with the support of local communities has had a positive impact on the area. It is important that local communities know their local Policing Officers and vice versa.

  • Updated 04August

    Priority One - Events Police Cones.

    Decision regarding Police No Parking Cones.

    At the last Ridge Ward (NAT) Neighbourhood Action Team meeting held on 11th June 2014 at Scawby Village Hall, A new priority was raised.

    This was raised by the NAT Chairperson (Cllr Trevor FOSTER) the reason being was issues and concerns prior to the Messingham Show on Sunday 1st June 2014.

    This year the implementation of a Policy that Humberside Police would no longer be providing the usual Police No Parking Cones to ensure the event ran without undue traffic parking congestion. This year due to an exceptional circumstance the show was able to take place without incident. This would be the last time this and other events would have Police Cones, with the new process whereby it is the responsibility of any event organizer to contact the local council to facilitate cones.
    Cllr FOSTER will be making further enquiries regarding this matter to clarify the circumstances. That information will be reported back at the next NAT meeting.

    Action Taken:

    Cllr Trevor FOSTER dealing with this action.

    ( No Change, for review 10/09/2014 and full update as to ).

  • Updated 04August

    Priority Two - Replacement PCSO

    Replacement for PCSO Ridge Ward.

    This action was a previous action set by the NAT members but due to updates was removed last month as a priority. However this matter has been raised again by the NAT members and wish to have this matter reinstated as a Priority.

    The future position of a future replacement post for a PCSO (Police Community Support Officer) in the Ridge Ward is again requested to be assessed.
    Action Taken:

    Cllr Trevor FOSTER is assessing this action.

    ( No Change, for review 10/09/2014).

  • Updated 04August

    Priority Three - Non Dwelling Burglaries.

    Non Dwelling Burglary reduction.

    This issue was raised at the NAT meeting, and even though there has been no significant rise in Non Dwelling burglaries over the previous 3 month period. There is a current information and awareness initiative being co-ordinated and delivered by The Safer Neighbourhood Team. This will include the promotion of Immobilize, cycle marking and advice on shed type alarms to protect property.

    Action Taken:

    Safer Neighbourhood Staff are commencing implementation and will be approaching all Parish Councils in the Ridge Ward to promote this very worth while initiative.

    Sandra JOYCE (Safer Neighbourhoods Team).

    ( No Change, for review 10/09/2014).

  • Updated 02September

    Events Police Cones. Decision regarding Police No Parking Cones.

    At the last Ridge Ward (NAT) Neighbourhood Action Team meeting held on 11th June 2014 at Scawby Village Hall, A new priority was raised.

    This was raised by the NAT Chairperson (Cllr Trevor FOSTER) the reason being was issues and concerns prior to the Messingham Show on Sunday 1st June 2014.

    This year the implementation of a Policy that Humberside Police would no longer be providing the usual Police No Parking Cones to ensure the event ran without undue traffic parking congestion. This year due to an exceptional circumstance the show was able to take place without incident. This would be the last time the this and other events would have Police Cones, with the new process whereby it is the responsibility of any event organizer to contact the local council to facilitate cones.
    Cllr FOSTER will be making further enquiries regarding this matter to clarify the circumstances. That information will be reported back at the next NAT meeting.

    ( No Change, for review 10/09/2014 and full update as to ).

  • Updated 02September

    Replacement for PCSO Ridge Ward.   This action was a previous action set by the NAT members but due to updates was removed last month as a priority. However this matter has been raised again by the NAT members and wish to have this matter reinstated as a Priority. The future position of a future replacement post for a PCSO (Police Community Support Officer) in the Ridge Ward is again requested to be assessed.

    Cllr Trevor FOSTER is assessing this action.

    ( No Change, for review 10/09/2014).

  • Updated 02September

    Non Dwelling Burglary reduction. This issue was raised at the NAT meeting, and even though there has been no significant rise in Non Dwelling burglaries over the previous 3 month period. There is a current information and awareness initiative being co-ordinated and delivered by The Safer Neighbourhood Team. This will include the promotion of Immobilize, cycle marking and advice on shed type alarms to protect property.

    Safer Neighbourhood Staff are commencing implementation and will be approaching all Parish Councils in the Ridge Ward to promote this very worth while initiative.

    Sandra JOYCE (Safer Neighbourhoods Team).

    ( No Change, for review 10/09/2014).

  • Updated 01April

    You said

    Damage caused to Vehicles in Kirton Lindsey.

    Reported criminal damage to three separate vehicles in the Kirton Lindsey area.

    We did

    During the month of February 2014, the Ridge Ward Neighbourhood Team has been made aware of two criminal damage reports to motor vehicle in Kirton Lindsey. There was also an additional report made in February which referred to an offence committed at the end of January 2014. Officers recorded relevant crime details and patrols are continuing in the area.
    There has been a further report of criminal damage to a motor in March 2014.

    1. Between 7pm on Saturday 1st March & 9am on Sunday 2nd March 2014 a vehicle parked on the High Street had damage caused to the roof, windscreen, mirror and bonnet (dents & scratches).

    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2031987 /2014.

  • Updated 01April

    You said

    School Engagement (Hibaldstow)

    Request for road safety input

    We did

    On Thursday 13th March 2014, Pcso Kevin HORSFALL attended at Hibaldstow Primary School, there delivered a Road Safety talk / input for the reception year childrens ages 4 to 5 years. After this well received presentation the whole of the school were spoken to and a marked police van was also taken which was a big attraction for the children.

    This is another excellent example of the importance of continued school engagement between members of the Ridge Ward Neighbourhood Team and schools in the Ward.

    This visit was very well received from both the children and the teachers.
    “Well done Kevin”.

  • Updated 01April

    You said

    Damage to a Wall Kirton Lindsey.

    Reported that camage had been caused to a wall at Cornawall Close, Kirtin Lindsey.

    We did

    A report was received that damage had been caused to a brick wall and also a small garden cat scarer at a property on Cornwall Close, Kirton Lindsey.

    This was caused between 4pm on Thursday 20th March & 6.30am on Saturday 22nd March 2014. There have also been reports of someone knocking on and shinning lights at windows of some of the properties adjacent to the location where the damage was caused.

    Police enquiries are continuing regarding this latest report.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2034022 /2014

  • Updated 02May

    You said

    Vehicle damaged in Scawby.

    Report of criminal damage to a vehicle in the Scawby area.

    We did

    Between 1230pm and 3pm on the afternoon of Wednesday 9th April 2014 a vehicle was parked on Gainsborough Lane, Scawby person(s) have approached the vehicle and sprayed some fluid substance on the vehicle which has caused the paintwork to blister and peel causing extensive damage.

    This incident has occurred during the midday period it is believed someone has witnessed this offence or seen someone acting suspiciously in the area at the time.

    Anyone with any information regarding these reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing any of these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime number BN/ 2037863 /2014

  • Updated 02May

    You said

    Vehicle damaged in Hibaldstow.

    Report of criminal damage to a vehicle in the Hibaldstow area.

    We did

    Between 0155 and 0204am on the morning Thursday 17th April 2014 a vehicle was parked on Meadow Court, Hibaldstow, person(s) have approached the vehicle and damaged a rear tyre.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2039150 /2014.

  • Updated 02May

    You said

    Theft from Motor Vehicle Messingham.

    Report of theft from motor vehicle in Messingham.

    We did

    Between 5pm on Thursday 17th and 3pm on Tuesday 22nd April 2014 person(s) have entered the site on Brigg Road, Messingham and stole a number of batteries from plant machinery and a quantity of diesel fuel.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2040071 /2014.

  • Updated 02May

    You said

    Burglary other howsham.

    Report of a burglary other than in a dwelling in Howsham.

    We did

    Between 7pm on Thursday 24th and 9am on 25th April 2014 a building other than a dwelling on Main Street, Howsham, person(s) approached and a large quantity of power tools and electrical items were stolen, also a quantity of diesel fuel was stolen.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.

    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2040719 /2014.

  • Updated 02May

    You said

    Burglary other Kirton Lindsey.

    Report of a burglary other than in a dwelling in Kirton Lindsey.

    We did

    Between 5pm on Friday 25th and 9am on Monday 28th April 2014, person(s) have approached a building on Sylvester Street, Kirton Lindsey there damaged a window gaining entry, the details of any property stolen is to be verified.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2041277 /2014

  • Updated 04June

    You said

    Theft (other) in Kirton Lindsey.

    Report of Theft of horse equipment in the Kirton Lindsey area.

    We did

    Between 6pm on Thursday 15th May & 2pm on Friday 16th May 2014, on Station Road, Kirton Lindsey some horse jumps & equipment was stolen.

    Anyone with any information regarding these reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing any of these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime number BN/ 2044844 /2014

  • Updated 04June

    You said

    Theft (other) in Hibaldstow.

    Report of Theft of horse shelter in the Hibaldstow area.

    We did

    Between 6pm on Friday 16th May & 10am on Saturday 17th May 2014, on Ings Lane, Kirton Lindsey a timber horse shelter was stolen.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2044998 /2014.

  • Updated 04June

    You said

    Theft from motor vehicle in Messingham.

    Report of Theft from a motor vehicle in Messingham area.

    We did

    Between 11am on Wednesday 28th May & 9am on Thursday 29th May 2014, a vehicle was parked on Wendover Road, Messingham was entered, no damage was caused, a bag of medication was stolen from inside.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2047171 /2014.

  • Updated 04June

    You said

    Theft from a shop in Kirton Lindsey.

    Report of Theft from a shop in the Kirton Lindsey area.

    We did

    Between 0615am & 0625am on the morning of Saturday 31st may 2014 a male entered the One Stop Shop, on High Street, Kirton Lindsey, there selected a number of items from the displays presented them at the counter where they were put in a carrier bag which the offender grabbed and ran from the store without making payment.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2047530 /2014.

  • Updated 02July

    You said

    Scawby Gala Weekend.

    Gala weekend in the village of Scawby..

    We did

    Over the weekend of Saturday 7th June & Sunday 8th June 2014 the Scawby Gala weekend was held.
    This was a very well organized series of events including a Scare crow competition, knowledge treasure trail, fun run and main Gala event on the recreation field.

    The weather was excellent with the whole weekend being thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended and took part. The Scarecrows were all well made and the treasure hunt made the brain work. The Fun run surpassed last years with more that twice as many entrants who are all applauded for taking part and putting such effort into completing the course.

    What a wonderful event for the Scawby village, with people already talking about next years event.

    Well down to the dedicated organizers who made the day special.

  • Updated 02July

    You said

    Attempt Fraud Scawby.

    Report of male attending at a property in Scawby trying to con the occupant to pay money for unnecessary drive work.

    We did

    Appeal for Information. Rogue Trader (driveway work Scam).

    Between 2.15pm & 2.45pm on Monday 16th June 2014, a male attended at an address on Manor Drive, Scawby. There pretended to be connected to a company who laid a driveway at the property with the intention of conning the occupant to pay for work which was not required. The occupant at the property became suspicious and contacted the legitimate company owner, who confirmed the visitor was a rogue trader and to have nothing to do with him, the attempt deception was revealed and the male made off from the scene.
    The suspect is described as :-

    White male, plump build, 5’ 7” tall, ruddy complexion, dark hair, wearing Navy Blue jeans, Blue t-shirt and was quietly spoken. He was in a small White unmarked van.
    ‘Did you see this male or his van in the Scawby area?’

    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2050783 /2014.

  • Updated 02July

    You said

    Criminal Damage Greetwell

    Report of damage caused to the wooden post attached to a house for sale sign in the Greetwell Area.

    We did

    Between 7pm on Friday 13th June & 9am on the morning of Saturday 14th June 2014 person(s) have approached a house for sale sign located on the gate post of the property. The wooden post supporting the sign was cut / sawn and broken causing damage. This is not the first time this has occurred to the very same sign post at the same property.
    Someone will have knowledge of this offence, due to the type of sign & post it is the responsibility of the house holder to make good the damage.
    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2052537 /2014.

  • Updated 05August

    You said

    Civic Service

    Invitation to a Civic Service, Messingham.

    We did

    On Sunday 6th July 2014 the Mayor of North Lincolnshire’s Civic Service and Procession took place at the Holy Trinity Church, Church Street, Messingham.

    Members of the Ridge Ward, Neighbourhood Policing Pc Tracey TEAL & Pcso Kevin HORSFALL were also present at the event. The service was an excellent example of dedication, community engagement, highlighting and promoting the community spirit in Messingham and the surrounding area. Confirmed by the numbers in attendance.

    The service was in honour of the new Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Cllr Trevor FOSTER.
    From the Ridge Ward Policing Team to Trevor FOSTER,
    “Congratulations, wishing him all the very best for what will undoubtedly be a busy year”

  • Updated 05August

    You said

    Parking Gainsborough Lane, Scawby.

    Reporting concerns about vehicles parking on Gainsborough Lane, Scawby.

    We did

    In recent months there has been reports made to North Lincolnshire Highways, and the local Scawby Parish Council about possible concerns of vehicles parking on Gainsborough Lane, the area between the junction of Mill Lane and the junction of Walnut Drive. This situation was raised at the NAT (Neighbourhood Action Team) meeting. This is an area which in the passed has been monitored by the Ridge Ward Neighbourhood Team.

    As a result of the most recent reference to this location Pc Tracey TEAL & Pcso Kevin HORSFALL have been doing random checks on Gainsborough Lane, the results will be made available to the Scawby Parish Council in due course after the Highways department have been updated.

    The initial assessment and feedback from this random attendance survey indicates that the reported concerns have not been confirmed.

    It is a fact that any vehicle on a road by its mere presence will cause an obstruction, if motorist drive in accordance to the road conditions and do so in a considerate way there should be no issues to report regarding vehicles parked legally on a road.

    It only takes a matter of seconds to wait and give way to oncoming vehicle(s). If a vehicle or vehicles are parked at the road side it doesn’t take long to allow oncoming vehicles to pass, local people should be well aware of this fact and drive accordingly as they have to do outside the School on West Street and in fact any other street they drive along.

    There are no current parking restrictions on Gainsborough Lane, (Yellow line restrictions etc), such marking and restrictions would be dealt with by the North Lincs council civil enforcement team.

    The Police do assess unnecessary obstruction offences, but these are down to the individual circumstances and interpretation of the attending officer(s) for example if a driveway is blocked by a parked car on the road and a vehicle cannot get off that drive then it could be an obstruction, however if the vehicle can get off the drive even though it is difficult then it wouldn’t be deemed to be an obstruction.

    If a vehicle comes out of the Mill Lane junction, then it should do so taking into consideration that if there are parked vehicles, there could be a possibility of a vehicle driving along Gainsborough Lane in that direction to leave Scawby village.

    It is a case of driving with due consideration and awareness, driving in a way taking into consideration all the road conditions and any obstruction what ever they may be. This also applies to vehicles leaving the village and seeing a vehicle at the Mill Lane junction be aware that at some point that vehicle will pull out.

  • Updated 05August

    You said

    Burglary and Thefts In Messingham.

    Reported burglary & theft offences in Messingham, during July 2014.

    We did

    There have been a number of report burglary and Thefts in the Messingham area these include.

    1. Burglary (other) between 1030pm 01/07/14 & 6.10am 02/07/14, Oak Drive. Cycle & tools stolen.
    2. Burglary (other) between 2am & 6am 02/07/14, The Meadows. 2 x Cycles stolen.
    3. Theft (from motor vehicle) 7.30pm 02/07/14 & 9.30am 03/07/14, Park Street. Power tools stolen.
    4. Burglary (other) between 4.30pm 02/07/14 & 10.50am 03/07/14, Park View. (screws removed from shed hinges).
    5. Burglary (other) between 1130pm 02/07/14 & 5.45am 03/07/14, Northfield Road. (lock damaged).
    6. Theft (of pedal cycle) between 2.15pm & 3pm 06/07/14, High Street. Cycle stolen.
    7. Burglary (other) between 11pm 08/07/14 & 7am 09/07/14, Willow Drive. 3 x Cylces stolen.
    8. Theft (of pedal cycle) between 9pm 08/07/14 & 8am 09/07/14, Wendover Road. Cycle stolen.
    9. Theft (other) between 00.01am & 2.33am 25/07/14, Cherry Way. Motor Cycle stolen.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.

    Or

    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

  • Updated 05August

    You said

    Theft From Shop, Messingham

    Report a male and female going into a shop and stealing a watch, High Street, Messingham.

    We did

    At 3.30pm on the afternoon of Wednesday 23rd July 2014 a male and female have entered a shop on the High Street, Messingham.
    There stole a watch.
    The couple were both White aged mid to late 30’s, the male was wearing smart casual clothing and the female was smartly dressed, wearing a long dress with a matching material shawl. They could speak both English and a foreign language. They were seen to get into a Silver car similar to a Vauxhall Astra.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such report(s), or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing this offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2058187 /2014.

  • Updated 05August

    You said

    Theft From Motor Vehicle, Kirton Lindsey.

    Report of theft from a motor vehicle, parked on South Cliff Road, Kirton Lindsey.

    We did

    Between 5pm on Sunday 13th July & 7am on Monday 14th July 2014. A Land Rover type vehicle was parked outside a property on South Cliff Road, Kirton Lindsey.
    Person(s) have approached the vehicle and removed and stole the bonnet. It is believed that this vehicle has been targeted specifically for that item of property.

    Someone will have information relating to this offence, around the time of this theft have you noticed anyone who has acquired a Land Rover bonnet and the circumstances raised suspicion.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such report(s), or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing this offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2056103 /2014.

  • Updated 02September

    You said

    Parking Survey.

    Reports about vehicles parking on Gainsborough Lane, Scawby causing issues.

    We did

    Over a period of time there have been concerns raised about vehicles parking on Gainsborough Lane, Scawby.

    Gainsborough Lane, Scawby, DN20. (Parking).

    As a result of information received the Ridge Ward Neighbourhood Policing Team (Pc480 Tracey TEAL & Pcso7633 Kevin HORSFALL) have conducted some spot check visits on Gainsborough Lane, Scawby, between the junction of Mill Lane and Walnut Drive.
    This was to establish what the parking situation along that stretch of road was like. It has to be said this is a snap shot survey but gives an overall perspective at varying times on different days. Between 14/06/2014 & 01/08/2014.

    The assessment period, 32 days including all days of the week.
    A total of 81 separate checks have been made during this period.
    The maximum number of vehicles seen parked on the road at any one time was 8.
    The minimum number vehicles parked on the road was 0.
    Total number of cars 259 (however some of these have been there on more than one visit).
    Average vehicles per visit, 259 vehicles divided by 81 visits = 3.2 vehicles.
    Average vehicles per day, 259 vehicles divided by 32 days = 8.1 vehicles.

    Conclusion.

    This information clearly shows there is not currently an actual parking problem on Gainsborough Lane, Scawby.
    In the past there has been building work at a number of properties in that area which could have contributed to an increase in the number of vehicles parked there.

    It is a fact that any vehicle on a road by its mere presence will cause an obstruction, if motorist drive and park in accordance to the road conditions, and do so in a considerate way there should be no issues to report.

    It only takes a matter of seconds to wait and give way to oncoming vehicle(s). If a vehicle or vehicles are parked at the road side it doesn’t take long to allow oncoming vehicles to pass, local people should be well aware of this fact and drive accordingly as they have to do outside the School on West Street and in fact any other street they drive along.

    There are no current parking restrictions on Gainsborough Lane, (Yellow line restrictions etc), such marking and restrictions would be dealt with by the North Lincs council civil enforcement team.
    The Police do assess unnecessary obstruction offence(s) but these are down to the individual circumstances and interpretation of the attending officer(s) for example if a driveway is blocked by a parked car on the road and a vehicle cannot get off that drive then it could be an obstruction, however if the vehicle can get off the drive even though it is difficult then it may not be deemed to be an obstruction.

    If a vehicle comes out of the Mill Lane junction, then it should do so taking into consideration that if there are parked vehicles, there could be a possibility of a vehicle driving along Gainsborough Lane in that direction to leave Scawby village. It is a case of driving with due consideration and awareness, driving in a way taking into consideration all the road conditions and any obstruction what ever they may be. This also applies to vehicles leaving the village and seeing a vehicle at the Mill Lane junction be aware that at some point that vehicle will pull out.

    This concludes the Ridge Ward assessment at this time.

    Pc480 Tracey TEAL.

  • Updated 02September

    You said

    Burglary - Allotments Messingham.

    Reported burglary offences at the allotments Messingham.

    We did

    Between 4.45pm and 6pm on Wednesday 6th August 2014, off Butterwick Road, Messingham three separate allotments were subjected to a burglary offence.
    The result was mainly damage caused, but some items were stolen. The allotment holders have spent a lot of time and effort to look after there plots and it is unacceptable for any person(s) to attend steal items and cause damage. The person(s) committing these offences have no respect for other peoples proper and the offender(s) are being sort by the Police.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such reports, or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing these offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.

    Or

    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2060849 /2014.

  • Updated 02September

    You said

    Graffiti Scawby.

    Report of offensive graffiti in Scawby.

    We did

    Between 8pm on Monday 11th August & 10am on Tuesday 12th August 2014, an offender has used Black spray paint to to spray obscene graffiti relating to a named person on some walls on Chapel Lane, Mill Lane & Gainsborough Lane, Scawby, there was also some spray paint an a vehicle which was parked on Chapel Lane.

    Scawby has been a low crime area for many years and it is important that the person committing this criminal damage is identified. Some one will have knowledge about who is responsible, with vital information as to where the spray paint came from. If around the offence date/time you saw a person in the area or are aware of some one coming home with Black paint on their clothing please contact the Police.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such report(s), or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing this offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2062039 /2014.

  • Updated 02September

    You said

    Damage to motor vehicle - Kirton Lindsey.

    Report of criminal damage to a motor vehicle, parked on Grayingham Road, Kirton Lindsey.

    We did

    Between 6pm & 10.19pm on Thursday 28th August 2014. A VW vehicle was parked on Grayingham Road, Kirton Lindsey.
    Person has approached the vehicle and damaged all four tyres, also poured a corrosive substance over the vehicle causing damage to the paintwork. Some writing was left on the vehicle which was offensive. The wording would indicate that the vehicle was specifically targeted. However the owner/user of the vehicle has no knowledge of all reason this should have happened. It is strongly believed that the person responsible has this believing the vehicle belonged to someone else.
    Someone will have information relating to this offence. This attack has caused considerable expense and inconvenience in this unacceptable act of criminal activity.

    Anyone with any information regarding any such report(s), or could help identify the person(s) responsible for committing this offence(s) Please contact Humberside Police using the Non Emergency telephone number 101.
    Or
    Report anonymously via crimestoppers 0800 555 111.
    Please quote crime reference BN/ 2065032 /2014.

:Neighbourhood Police Surgery

9/11/2012

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

HIBALDSTOW. Church Street, Ings Lane, & Surrounding area Member(s) of the Ridge Ward Neighbourhood Policing Team will be on visible patrol in and around the Hibalstow area.

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:Neighbourhood Police Surgery

30/11/2012

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

SCAWBY. West Street, Gainsborough Lane, & Surrounding area. Member(s) of the Ridge Ward Neighbourhood Policing Team will be on visible patrol in and around the Scawby area.

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:Neighbourhood Police Surgery

18/1/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High Street and surrounding area, Kirton Lindsey
DN21 4LZ

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:Neighbourhood Police Surgery

22/2/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

Church Street & surrounding area Hibaldstow
DN20 9ED

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:Neighbourhood Police Surgery

15/3/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

West Street & surrounding area Scawby
DN20 9ED

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery.

19/4/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

Wendover Road and surrounding areas of Messingham.

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:Street walk surgery

24/5/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

Kirton Lindsey Market Place and surrounding areas.
DN21 4LZ

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:Street Walk.

28/6/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

Church Street and surrounding area of Hibaldstow.
DN20 9ED

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:Neighbourheed Street Surgery.

26/7/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

West Street and surrounding area of Scawby.
DN20 9AS

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:Neighbourheed Street Surgery.

2/8/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High street and surrounding area of Messingham.
DN17 3SN

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:Neighbourhood Street

30/8/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High Street And Surrounding area Kirton Lindsey
DN21 4LZ

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

6/9/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

Church Street And Surrounding area Hibaldstow
DN20 9ED

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

20/9/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

West Street And Surrounding area Scawby
DN20 9AS

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

11/10/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High Street And Surrounding area Messingham
DN17 3SN

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery.

8/11/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High Street and surrounding area of Kirton Lindsey.
DN21 4LZ

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery.

15/11/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

Church Street and surrounding area of Hibaldstow.

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery.

29/11/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

West Street and surrounding area of Scawby.

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery.

13/12/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High Street and surrounding area of Messingham.
DN17 3ns

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery.

20/12/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High Street and surrounding area of Kirton Lindsey.
dn21 4lz

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

17/1/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

Church Street And Surrounding area Messingham.
DN20 9ED

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

24/1/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

West Street And Surrounding area Scawby.
DN20 9AS

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

7/2/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High Street And Surrounding area Messingham.
DN17 3SN

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

21/2/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High Street And Surrounding area Kirton Lindsey.

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

28/2/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

Church Street And Surrounding area Hibaldstow.
DN20 9ED

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

14/3/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

West Street And Surrounding area Scawby.
DN20 9AS

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

28/3/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High Street And Surrounding area Messingham.
DN21 4LZ

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

4/4/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High Street And Surrounding area Kirton Lindsey.
DN21 4LZ

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

2/5/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

Church Street And Surrounding area Hibaldstow.
DN20 9ED

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

2/5/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

Church Street and surrounding area of Hibaldstow.
DN20 9ED

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

9/5/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

West Street and surrounding area of Scawby.
DN20 8AS

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery.

6/6/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High Street and surrounding area Kirton Lindsey.
DN21 4LZ

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery.

13/6/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

Church Street and surrounding area Hibaldstow.
DN20 9ED

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery.

20/6/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Street Briefings

West Street and surrounding area of Scawby.
DN20 9AS

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery.

26/6/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Street Briefings

High Street and surrounding area of Messingham.
DN17 3SN

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

7/7/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Street Briefings

Church Street And Surrounding area Hibaldstow.
DN20 9ED

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

11/7/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Street Briefings

West Street And Surrounding area Scawby.
DN20 9AS

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

18/7/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Street Briefings

High Street And Surrounding area Messingham.
DN17 3SN

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

24/7/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Street Briefings

High Street And Surrounding area Kirton Lindsey.
DN21 4LZ

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

9/8/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Street Briefings

Church Street And Surrounding area Hibaldstow.
DN20 9ED

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

11/8/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Street Briefings

West Street And Surrounding area Scawby.
DN20 9AS

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

21/8/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Street Briefings

High Street And Surrounding area Messingham.
DN17 3SN

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:Neighbourhood Street Surgery

22/8/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Street Briefings

High Street And Surrounding area Kirton Lindsey.
DN21 4LZ

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:Neighbourhood Surgery - Street Walk.

5/9/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

Church Street and surrounding areas of Hibaldstow.
DN20 9ED

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:Neighbourhood Surgery - Street Walk.

13/9/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Street Briefings

West Street and surrounding area of Scawby.
DN20 9AS

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:Neighbourhood Surgery - Street Walk.

19/9/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Street Briefings

High Street and surrounding area of Messingham.
DN17 3SN

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:Neighbourhood Surgery - Street Walk.

26/9/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Street Briefings

High Street and surrounding area of Kirton Lindsey.
DN21 4LZ

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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: Ridge

Welcome to Ridge neighbourhood policing area.

Each neighbourhood area is managed by an individual neighbourhood Inspector with day to day supervision of each neighbourhood team being undertaken by a neighbourhood Sergeant.

This neighbourhood policing area is managed by Inspector Brett Rutty with day to day supervision being provided by Sergeant Howard Garlick who is based at Brigg Police Station.

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

Ridge is policed by B Division

Csuptforbes

Chief Superintendent Tony Forbes

Commander for B Division

About street level crime information: Ridge

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

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