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Meet the team for Beverley Minster and Woodmansey

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    Inspector Robert Cocker (5555)

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    Sergeant Jonathan Roe (581)

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    Police Constable Chris Matthews (245)

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    PCSO Steve Cheung (7736)

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    PCSO Marc McClarron (7505)

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    PCSO Rachel Matthews (7804)

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    PCSO Donna Mansley (7700)

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    PCSO Andy Pudsey (7769)

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    PCSO Anna Lindley (7672)

  • Updated 09January

    Anti Social Behaviour

    Anti Social Behaviour continues to be a priority and staff will continue to target those who behave in a manner which causes harassment, alarm and or distress to others. This behaviour can involve the behaviour of individuals, groups, addresses and or locations, we will respond and deal with reports made to us as well as those we identify whilst on patrol.

    Groups of youths and individuals stopped or identified for causing anti-social behaviour may be dealt with in one or more of the following ways:

    • Alcohol seized
    • Relevant checks carried out
    • Alcohol or Fairway letter sent to parents
    • Accompany youth home and speak with parent – dependant on the level of ASB
    • Section 59 Warning, causing anti-social behaviour with a vehicle
    • Fixed Penalty Notice

    Individuals who are currently subject of Acceptable Behaviour Contracts (ABC’s) and Anti Social Behaviour Orders (ASBO’s) are monitored by Neighbourhood Team Staff and where required visits are made and regular contact maintained to prevent these persons from becoming involved in further Anti Social Behaviour.

    I would like to encourage all residents to call in any reports of Anti Social Behaviour, including but not limited to noise nuisance, street drinking, inappropriate gatherings etc. To report any issues the below are the best means of contacting the Team:

    • Come into Beverley Police Station
    • When you see an officer out on patrol
    • By calling 101 and asking to speak to your local neighbourhood team
    • By email at NeighbourhoodTeamBeverleyCluster@humberside.pnn.police.uk

    Actions taken or to be taken: Patrols will continue to target locations and individuals responsible for Anti Social Behaviour and deal with any reported incidents in a positive manner, dealing with the concerns of the public but also allowing where appropriate kids to be kids.

  • Updated 09January

    Reduce Criminal Damage

    The Neighbourhood policing Team are working extra hours at this time to reduce the levels of criminal damage within the town. Extra patrols have been tasked with targeting known hot spot areas and are also assisting the officers on night time economy as members of the public leave the pubs and head home. This has always been a time where incidents of criminal damage have increased and we are hoping the increased patrols will deter such issues.

    East Riding: 21-year-old Beverley man made to clean up graffiti.

    A 21-year-old Beverley man was ordered to clean up the graffiti after he’d admitted to police that he’d sprayed the ‘tags’ all over ERYC signs and buildings and private house walls on Victoria Road in Beverley.

    Community Resolution – The Facts:
    What is Community Resolution? Community Resolution is an innovative approach to dealing with minor offences, such as trivial thefts, public disorder, criminal damage (such as vandalism), and inconsequential assaults. It is also an alternative to a Reprimand, which is the regular legal consequence imposed on young offenders.
    How does it work? Instead of the offence being handled by the justice system, a Community Resolution is issued by the police officer called in to deal with the crime, by which the officer decides an appropriate manner for the offender to redeem himself/herself before the victim. The decision is reached by consulting with the victim and must be accepted by the offender in order to take effect. It can consist of receiving advice about their behaviour, a verbal or written apology to the victim, reparation (which can include fixing material damages) or financial compensation. The offender’s history is considered, as well as the possible history between the offender and victim.
    Why is it beneficial? It is a valuable improvement to the already overloaded justice system, as it significantly cuts down on the number criminal cases needing to be resolved in court and reduces bureaucracy. This is suitable to everyone involved, considering victims’ reluctance to a lengthy waiting period and all inconveniences afferent to a trial, and the offenders’ preference for a quick solution. In addition to that, police officers have a more personal input and evaluate the situation according to their conscience and professional training, ensuring that there is a fair outcome.
    Must all parties agree for a Community Resolution to be issued? A Community Resolution can only be issued after consulting the victim. Normally, the officer’s decision is made in concordance with the victim’s wishes; however, should they be exaggerated or not justifiable, the officer can disregard them and proceed according to his own conclusions. It is mandatory for the offender to agree, as well as to complete the Resolution, as in case they fail to do so, that will result in an imminent forwarding of the case to the justice system.
    This method is optimistically received by police officers, as it gives them a chance to have a greater impact on their community, by interacting with the offenders on a more personal level.
    On 29 November several calls were received to report graffiti had been sprayed on over signs and properties on Victoria Road in Beverley. On 11 December, following information received from the public, a Beverley man was arrested for criminal damage. He admitted that the 21 ‘tags’ were caused by him.
    It was decided to deal with him by way of Community Resolution and on Monday 22 December the 21-year-old was seen to be cleaning off all the graffiti ‘tags’.
    Beverley Neighbourhood Police Officer Chris Matthews said, “This kind of behaviour will not be tolerated and causing this substantial amount of criminal damage has caused distress to a lot of local residents.
    “I felt the best way of dealing with him was by means of the Community Resolution system. This positive means of disposal has meant that the man has made amends and will sort out his misdemeanours and cleaned up the mess he has made.
    “The East Riding of Yorkshire Council have provided the equipment and cleaning products and the man spent the day in a highly visible way on the roadside cleaning the graffiti off. By working in partnership with the council on such matters we can ensure that the equipment needed is provided and the cleaning up can get done as quickly as possible.”
    Councillor Jackie Cracknell, portfolio holder for community involvement and performance at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: "It is entirely fitting that this man has been ordered to clean up the unsightly mess he was responsible for creating. Such graffiti is a blight on our neighbourhoods and I hope the offender learns his lesson well.
    “The council and the police will not tolerate such criminal damage and I am delighted we have been able to work with the police to bring this matter to a successful resolution.”

  • Updated 09January

    Cycle Thefts, Beverley

    There has been a slight increase in cycle thefts in and around the Beverley Area. The offenders appear to be targeting high value bikes that are being left insecure or in garages or sheds. A number of young males have been arrested recently and a number of bikes recovered.

    Officers from the Community Policing Team will be out targeting suspected offenders who are known to ourselves and we will act upon information received regarding such offences.
    Residents are reminded to have pedal cycles marked for identification purposes, lock securely when left unattended and where possible leave in a visible location.

    If you want your bike post coded, officers from the Beverley Neighbourhood Team provide this service free of charge. If you ring 101 to provide your details we will arrange a suitable time for you to attend the Police Station or arrange a visit to your home address.

    If you have recently lost or had a bike stolen then there are a large amount of cycles that are currently being stored and unclaimed at Beverley Police Station.

    Known offenders targeted, positive action taken against offenders. Post coding of bikes to continue and Schools to be visited so that bikes can be post coded on mass. Bike and scooter post coding has taken place at both Minster and Keldmarsh Primary Schools in the last month in conjunction with East Ridings Road Safety Officers.

  • Updated 09January

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    A female adult was charged to appear at the Town’s Magistrates Court following an offence of theft within the Town.

    A male adult has been charged to appear before the Courts with a theft from a shop.

    An adult male and female remain on bail following a drugs warrant executed within the Town.

    A male adult has been charged to appear at the Town’s Magistrates Court for possession of a Class B Controlled drug following an incident which occurred within the Town Centre.

    A male adult has been issued with a Police Caution following a domestic violence offence which occurred within the Town and was reported to Police through colleagues of the victim.

    A male juvenile was identified as being responsible for a low value theft in the Town, with consideration given to all the factors, including the wishes of the store and the fact of the juvenile never coming to Police attention before he was issued with a community resolution a condition of which was to write a letter of apology to the shop concerned.

    An adult male was given a street warning for being in possession of cannabis on Norwood in Beverley.

    An adult male has been given Community Resolution after admitting 21 acts of graffiti in Beverley. As a result he has been made to clean the graffiti off.

    An adult male has been dealt with for shop theft of a crate of lager from Tesco’s in Beverley. He was dealt with by way of Community Resolution and made to make a personal apology to the store manager and pay the cost of the Lager.

  • Updated 09January

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    Twitter Account

    Beverley Neighbourhood Team are on Twitter.

    If you have access to Twitter then you can follow the workings of the Neighbourhood Team, be kept up to date with what is happening in your area along with free crime prevention advice, security tips and a chance to contact the team.

    Follow @BeverleyNPT_ERY

    Facebook Account

    The Neighbourhood Team are also opening on Facebook.

    The Facebook account will be monitored by staff within the Neighbourhood Team and will include much of the Twitter Account facilities but will also include photographs of persons for identification along with news of upcoming events and opportunities to meet the team.

    Follow Beverley and Driffield NPT

    Advice In Relation to Neighbour Disputes
    Very often the police are involved in issues which are better dealt with by means of accessing other agencies and this leaflet is designed to give you some guidance as to who it is best to contact to help you.

    Anti-social Behaviour
    This should be reported to either Humberside Police on 101 (999 in an emergency) or to the Anti-Social Behaviour Team at East Riding of Yorkshire Council on 01482 887700.

    Comments on social media sites
    Unless there is a criminal element involved (e.g. threats to kill / threats to cause damage / or a course of conduct which can clearly be evidenced as being intended to cause harassment, alarm or distress), comments about people on social media sites fall under the remit of civil law (libel). It is very rare that comments on social media sites would fall under the criteria of criminal offences, and the advice of a solicitor should be sought in the first instance rather than refer the matter to the Police.

    Harassment Warnings
    It should not be assumed that these are issued in relation to all neighbourhood disputes. Therefore, harassment warnings will not automatically be issued to those individuals identified as involved in neighbour disputes unless a criminal act of undertaking a course of conduct intended to cause harassment, alarm or distress can be evidenced. If you are the recipient of a harassment warning, this does not indicate a criminal sanction against you and it is not recorded on CRB checks.

    Noise
    The Police have no powers in respect of noise abatement. Problems of this nature should be addressed to East Riding of Yorkshire Environmental Health on 01482 887700.

    Nuisance Dogs
    Dog bites should be referred to the police. Issues such as dog fouling, dogs not under proper control, or stray dogs should be referred to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Dog Wardens on 01482 887700.

    Arguments with your neighbours
    This depends upon the nature of the dispute. However, unless there are issues such as assaults, breaches of the peace or criminal damage, this is not a Police matter.

    We do not police arguments
    If you live in either council or housing controlled by a social landlord, your housing officer should be the first point of contact.

    Licensing Issues
    These should be referred to the Licensing Department at East Riding of Yorkshire Council on 01482 887700.

    Boundary disputes
    Disputes over boundaries should be referred to a solicitor. They do not fall under the remit of the Police unless criminal acts (e.g. Criminal Damage) have occurred, and even in these cases, if ownership of the damaged item is a source of contention, this reverts to being a civil matter which should be addressed through your own legal advisor.

:Street Surgery PCSO McClarron

10/11/2012

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Morrisons, Wingfield Way

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:Street Surgery PCSO Pudsey

13/11/2012

From 18:00 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

Burden Road Youth Centre

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:Street Surgery - PCSO Marshall

15/11/2012

From 14:00 until 15:00

Police Surgeries

Samman Road, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - PCSO Fowler

16/11/2012

From 08:30 until 09:30

Police Surgeries

Swinemoor School

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:Street Surgery - PCSO Pudsey

16/11/2012

From 09:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

Tesco, Morton Lane

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:Street Surgery - PCSO Marshall

21/11/2012

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

Cherry Tree Centre

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:Street Surgery - PCSO McClarron

26/11/2012

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

Beverley Leisure Centre

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:Street Surgery - PCSO Fowler

6/12/2012

From 18:00 until 21:00

Police Surgeries

Colletta & Tyson Garden Centre, Woodmansey

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:Street Surgery/Community Event - PCSO Fowler

11/12/2012

From 10:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

Woodmansey Shop

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:Street Surgery - PCSO 7769 Pudsey

18/4/2013

From 11:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

Harvest Court, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - PCSO 7769 Pudsey

30/4/2013

From 11:00 until 13:00

Police Surgeries

Tesco's, Morton Lane, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - PCSO 7549 Fowler

30/4/2013

From 10:00 until 12:00

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Shopeth Way, Woodmansey

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:Street Surgery PCSO Marshall

15/5/2013

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

St Nicholas School, Beverley

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:Street Surgery PCSO Pudsey

22/5/2013

From 10:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

Swinemoor Chat Shop

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:Street surgery PCSO Fowler

22/5/2013

From 09:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

Beverley Minster School St. Giles Croft. Beverley. East Yorkshire.
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:Street surgery PCSO Fowler

24/5/2013

From 08:30 until 09:30

Police Surgeries

Woodmansey School

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:Street surgery PCSO McClarron

24/5/2013

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Keldmarsh School, Beverley

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:Street Surgery Wednesday Market 10am

28/8/2013

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Wednesday Market, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - PCSO Pudsey 8.15 am

11/9/2013

From 08:15 until 09:00

Police Surgeries

Swinemoor School, Beverley

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:Street surgery - PCSO Pudsey 8.15am

23/9/2013

From 08:15 until 09:00

Police Surgeries

St John's School, Beverley

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:Street surgery - PCSO McClarron 3pm

28/9/2013

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Lincoln Way shops, Beverley

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:Surgery - Sopeth Way Day Centre - 10am - 11am PCSO Coulsey

14/10/2013

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Shopeth Way Day Centre, Beverley

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:Street surgery - St John's School - 8.30 am PCSO Pudsey

16/10/2013

From 08:30 until 09:30

Police Surgeries

St John's School, Beverley

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:Street surgery - PCSO Pudsey - 4 pm

23/10/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

St Nicholas Road / Priory Industrial Road, Beverley

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:Surgery - PCSO Coulsey - Molescroft Shops - 10 am

25/10/2013

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Molescroft Shops, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - Morrisons - PCSO McClarron - 10 am

26/10/2013

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Morrisons, Beverley

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:Police surgery PCSO Pudsey 4pm

10/12/2013

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

Manor Road surgery/Harvest Court, Beverley

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:Police Surgery PCSO McClarron 3pm

30/12/2013

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Morrisons, Beverley

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:Street Surgery PCSO McClarron 12 noon

15/1/2014

From 12:00 until 13:00

Police Surgeries

Beverley Community Hospital, Swinemoor Lane, Beverley

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:Police surgery PCSO McClarron 12 noon

29/1/2014

From 12:00 until 13:00

Police Surgeries

Morrisons Store, Beverley

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:Street Surgery PCSO Pudsey - 7pm

7/2/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

Youth Centre, Burden Road, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - PCSO McClarron 3pm

10/2/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Leisure Centre, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - PCSO McClarron 3 pm

28/2/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

The Hospital, Swinemoor Lane, Beverley

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:Street Surgery PCSO Matthews - 10am

7/3/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Swinemoor Chat Shop

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:Street Surgery - PCSO McClarron - 3pm

10/3/2014

From 15:00 until 15:45

Police Surgeries

Keldmarsh Junior School

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:Street Surgery - PCSO Coulsey - 10am

11/3/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Shopeth Way, Beverley

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:Police Surgery - Woodmansey - 7.30 pm

17/3/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

Village Hall, Woodmansey

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:Police Surgery - Swinemoor - 10 am

20/3/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Swinemoor Chat Shop

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:Police surgery - Swinemoor - 3 pm

23/3/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Hospital, Swinemoor Lane, Beverley

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:Street Surgery Shopeth Way - 10 am

15/4/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Shopeth Way, Woodmansey

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:Street Surgery - Saturday Market 11.30 am

4/4/2014

From 11:30 until 12:30

Police Surgeries

Saturday Market, Beverley

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:Street Surgery Tescos - 10 am

9/4/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Tesco Store, Morton Lane, Beverley

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:Street Surgery Samman Road - 10 am

12/4/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Chat Shop, Samman Road, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - St John's School - 8.15 am

22/4/2014

From 08:15 until 09:15

Police Surgeries

St John's School, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - Samman Road - 10 am

24/4/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Chat Shop, Samman Road, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - Saturday Market 3 pm

3/5/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Saturday Market, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - Samman Road - 11 am

19/5/2014

From 11:00 until 12:00

Street Briefings

Samman Road Chat Shop, Samman Road, Beverley

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:Street Surgery Shopeth Way - 10 am

20/5/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Shopeth Way Residents Association, Beverley

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:Street Surgery Leisure Centre 7 pm

2/6/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

Leisure Centre, Beverley

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:Street Surgery Keldmarsh School 3.15 pm

9/6/2014

From 15:15 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Keldmarsh School, Beverley

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:Street Surgery Samman Road Chat 10 am

10/6/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Samman Road, Beverley

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:eBeat online meeting

15/6/2014

From 11:00 until 12:00

Other meeting

Beverley

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:Street Surgery - Burden Road Youth Centre 6 pm

23/6/2014

From 18:00 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

Burden Road, Beverley

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:Street Surgery Leisure Centre - 7 pm

24/6/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

Leisure Centre, Beverley

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:Street Surgery 10 am

3/7/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Samman Road Chat Shop, Beverley

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:Street Surgery 4 pm

6/7/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

Leisure Centre, Beverley

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:Street Surgery 11 am

26/7/2014

From 11:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

Samman Road Chat Shop, Beverley

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:Street Surgery 4 pm

28/7/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

Samman Road, Beverley

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:eBeat meeting

9/7/2014

From 18:00 until 19:00

Other meeting

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:Police Surgery - 9 am

11/8/2014

From 09:00 until 10:00

Police Surgeries

The Surgery, Lockwood Road, Beverley

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:Police Surgery 4 pm

14/8/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

Woodmansey

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:Police Surgery 3 pm

18/8/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

The Surgery, Lockwood Road, Beverley

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:Police Surgery 1 pm

21/8/2014

From 13:00 until 14:00

Police Surgeries

Beverley Library

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:Police Surgery 10 am

19/8/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Chat Shop, Samman Road, Beverley

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:Police Surgery 3 pm

20/8/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Samman Road, Beverley

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:Community Day - From 9 am

29/8/2014

From 09:00

Other meeting

Tesco Store, Beverley

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:Police Surgery 4 pm

30/8/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

Leisure Centre, Beverley

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:Saturday Market Street Surgery - 10 am

13/9/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Saturday Market, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - Woodmansey - 10am

3/9/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Woodmansey

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:Street Surgery - Keldmarsh - 3pm

22/9/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Keldmarsh Primary School, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - Leisure Centre - 4 pm

26/9/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

Leisure Centre, Beverley

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:eBeat Meeting

4/11/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

Other meeting

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:Street Surgery - Shopeth Way - 10 am

10/11/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Shopeth Way Residents, Shopeth Way, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - Morrisons - 4 pm

10/11/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

Morrisons Store, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - Samman Road - 2 pm

15/11/2014

From 14:00 until 15:00

Police Surgeries

Samman Road Chat Shop

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:Street Surgery - Saturday Market - 10am

21/11/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Saturday Market, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - 3 pm - Library

9/12/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Beverley Library

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:e-beat online meeting

9/12/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

Other meeting

Online - www.humberside.police.uk

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:Street surgery - 10 am - Morrisons

10/12/2014

From 10:00 until 11:30

Police Surgeries

Morrisons Store, Beverley

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:Street Surgery - 10 am - Woodmansey

16/12/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Shopeth Way, Woodmansey

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:Police Surgery - 3 pm

20/1/2015

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Shopeth Way Residents Association

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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: Beverley Minster and Woodmansey

The dedicated Neighbourhood Policing Team is based at the Police Station in Beverley and forms part of the larger Beverley, Hornsea and Driffield 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 to the neighbourhood team [email].
  • By telephone using the single non-emergency number 101.
  • In person at any police station.

Beverley Minster and Woodmansey is policed by C Division

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Chief Superintendent Judi Heaton

Commander for C Division

About street level crime information: Beverley Minster and Woodmansey

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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