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    Sergeant Simon Vickers (2215)

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    Police Constable Richard Blake (101)

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    PCSO Claire Hardy (7613)

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    PCSO Siobhan Dearing (7706)

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    PCSO Joanne Finon (7565)

  • Updated 04April

    Garage and shed burglaries in Hornsea

    During March we suffered six garage/shed burglaries, five in Hornsea town and one at Cowden as outlined in the rural update. The majority were in areas surrounding the recreation ground with offences reported on Cheyne Garth, Northumberland Ave, Westwood Ave and The Leys.

    We believe someone has driven a vehicle onto the recreation ground then roamed around the surrounding gardens targeting vulnerable properties as many were left insecure. Given that many sheds will be returning to use with the onset of the spring weather and gardening season after the winter lay off we will take the opportunity to target residents in these areas and give relevant crime prevention advice.

  • Updated 04April

    Rural Crime B1244 Corridor

    This was prioritised in January after 7 offences were reported in the rural area. A similar number occurred in both February and this month so we will continue to prioritise this issue.

    Our colleagues in mid Holderness have been similarly targeting the A165 corridor and although they have reduced the overall number of crimes to 17 for March it still accounted for between 35/40% of crime with 6 crimes recorded.

  • Updated 04April

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    Poaching

    This has been a priority over all four ward areas during the winter months. In North Holderness we’ve only had one report in the last two months and that was on a Sunday afternoon in late March when poachers were spotted at Atwick. A local farmer saw a poacher with dogs discarding a dead hare and took a photo of the offending male on his mobile phone.
    Police officers and PCSO’s from Hornsea, Beverley and Driffield all attended the area.

    A vehicle was stopped and checked but although it was believed connected with the poachers it only contained the driver who was not the offending male who it is believed had gone to ground with others. A surround was put on and the police helicopter attended but unfortunately the group were not located and appear to have slipped through the net.

    A number of offenders have been put before the courts for poaching offences in Holderness this Winter and ASBO applications have been submitted for a number of individuals who are either repeat and persistent offenders or are believed to organise poaching syndicates. We will no doubt be looking at this issue later in the year but for now it will not be a priority for us.

    Criminal Damage

    This was made a priority last month after we suffered 7 offences. This month we’ve only had 4 incidents reported which I can outline as follows. Firstlya car tyre was damaged on Stanley Avenue. We had greenhouse windows damaged on Marlborough Avenue. We also had a damage on Wilton Road within a dwelling and finally during a fall out between a mother and her teenage daughter on Brooke Drive a door was damaged, there was no complaint forthcoming.

    We are pleased that the figures have dropped from last month and although damage will always be part of our core business it will not be a priority for us for the time being.

  • Updated 04April

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    An 85yr old female from Hornsea developed dementia and her neighbour was made appointee for all her financial affairs.
    In due course the elderly lady moved to Summer Court Residential Home on Football Green. Whilst sorting through the house the lady had vacated the neighbour found a large sum of cash which Social Services required her to place in the lady’s bank account. The lady’s pension was also paid into this same account. Thereafter it was then expected that the neighbour would set up a regular standing order/direct debit payment from this account to Summer Court to pay for the ladies ongoing care. However the neighbour only made one payment to Summer Court and instead wrote cheques to herself for an amount in excess of £9000. When this fraud came to light management from the home informed police and a lengthy investigation was commenced by CID officers based at Bridlington. As a result a 55yr old local female has been interviewed in connection with this matter, she fully admitted fraudulently obtaining the cash which she used to pay off debts.
    She was summonsed to appear before the Beverley magistrate’s court.

    After a number of properties on Ashcourt Drive, Hornsea were targeted by an early morning milk thief one canny resident installed a CCTV system incorporating a camera covering her doorstep and side driveway. After she herself had two bottles of milk stolen in a three day period she checked her footage which showed the same male committing both offences.
    The quality of the footage was excellent and as a result officers from Hornsea NPT were able to identify the offender as a 31yr old local man who lives something of a vagrant lifestyle. He was subsequently brought into Hornsea Police Station for questioning and initially said he had no recollection of events as he’d been heavily hung over both days.
    However when confronted with the irrefutable CCTV evidence he admitted his guilt and was dealt with by way of a simple caution as he’d not come to police attention since 2009.

    One evening three calls were received in a 20 minute period relating to a female from the Southgate area who’d previously been disqualified from driving for drink driving. It was alleged that she was driving a Rover car in the Trinity Road area whilst drunk in contravention of her previous ban. Unfortunately by the time officers attended the vehicle had already arrived back “home”. However the vehicle’s details were added to the ANPR [Automatic Number Plate Recognition System] and the details of the logs passed to the Roads Policing [traffic] section based at Driffield. As a result of this intelligence traffic officers deployed to Hornsea the next day and the vehicle was spotted being driven not by the female but her 38yr old partner who originates from the West Yorkshire Area. He was found to be over the drink drive limit and was arrested and charged to court with that and other road traffic offences. The vehicle was seized under powers granted under Section 165 of the Road Traffic Act as the male had been driving it without a licence or insurance. In due course the male was bailed pending his appearance before the Beverley magistrates. The next day a domestic ensued between the couple at her address on Southgate with him blaming her for the fact that he’d been caught drink driving.
    During the domestic he kicked over a glass table in the lounge damaging it and stamped on his partners right arm breaking it in two places between the wrist and elbow. The male was arrested and subsequently interviewed, although he denied responsibility for the injury or damage CPS authorised charges of grievous bodily harm and criminal damage.
    The male was detained in police cells pending the next sitting of the magistrate’s court where he was remanded in custody to appear before a future sitting of the Hull Crown Court.

    A 13yr old resident of Newhaven Children’s Home, Wilton Road, and Hornsea complained to staff that an older resident had taken his games console. The older lad overheard him and accused him of talking behind his back before punching him two or three times to the head. The offender then went to his room and caused damage therein by hitting his bedroom door and light switch with a chair. Staff went into his room to challenge him about his behaviour. He charged at the female manageress striking her in the chest, he was then restrained by staff. Whilst being restrained he threw his head and body about violently catching both the manageress in the back of the head and the female deputy manager in the side of the face.
    He was eventually subdued and arrested by police. Fortunately none of those assaulted suffered any visible or long term injuries. When interviewed the offender a 14yr old made a full and frank admission regarding his actions and was charged with three counts of common assault and one of damage and bailed to appear before a future sitting of the Beverley Youth Court. He has since been moved out of the County.

    Two females aged 38 and 39yrs respectively from the Bridlington area were arrested at Hornsea Freeport in early January on suspicion of theft from a number of retail outlets in town. A large quantity of property was recovered from the female’s car and after initial interview they were bailed to allow the completion of all necessary enquiries. After a lot of hard work by investigating officers from Bridlington CID ably assisted by police officers and PCSO’s from Hornsea the females were linked with the following crimes,
    1. Two shirts and two jackets total value £212.50 stolen from Craghoppers at Freeport in January 2014.
    2. Two blouses total value £26 stolen from Edinburgh Woollen Mill, Freeport in January 2014.
    3. A bangle and two gift bags to the value of £5.95 stolen from Kitty’s cards and gifts, Newbegin, Hornsea in January 2014.
    4. Aftershave, perfume and toiletries to the value of £89.79 stolen from The Beauty Shop/Whittles chemists Newbegin, Hornsea in January 2014.
    5.Theft of a trolley full of whisky, meat and confectionary to the value of £200 stolen from Co-Op, Newbegin, Hornsea in November 2013 and an attempt theft of a similar amount of goods the next day although on this second occasion the female, on realising she was being watched, abandoned the laden trolley and fled empty handed.
    6. Theft of three bottles of Jaegermeister, a CD and ladies clothes to the value of £98 from Morrison’s at Bridlington in December 2013.
    7.Attempt theft of a trolley full of meat, alcohol and other high value items from Tesco, Driffield in December 2013.As in the month before at Hornsea the female abandoned her trolley upon realising she was being observed and goods to the value of £380 were recovered although some perishables such as meats were ruined after being defrosted.
    The females admitted involvement in the aforementioned crimes and were charged to appear before the Beverley magistrate’s court with some of the offences and asked for others to be taken into consideration.

  • Updated 04April

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    Rural Update

    Thieves targeted a farm at Catfoss Road, Bewholme despite the fact that the owner had taken all reasonable steps to secure his property. There are two gates affording access and it appears they deliberately chose the gate furthest from the farmhouse to make it less likely they would be seen or heard. A lock was cut on the gate and offender[s] entered the yard, they then stole an Ifor Williams trailer after smashing the hitch lock off.

    Two separate incidents of anti-social behaviour that occurred several days apart were reported at Witty’s Paddock, Seaton whereby a male had allegedly sworn at and verbally abused two elderly residents. Once the complainants had been spoken to officers from Hornsea Neighbourhood Policing Team attended the males address with a view to speaking to him about his conduct. After doing so it became apparent that the incident was not as simple and straightforward as had first appeared.
    It transpired the male and his partner had invited a couple around to their home for a drink and to clear the air as the female had previously been bad mouthing the male and his partner. When challenged the female refused to apologise for or retract her earlier comments so was asked to leave. As she did so she kicked the male’s partner and hit her in the face with a bottle resulting in her sustaining a blackened and swollen left eye. The complainant did not want to involve police out of loyalty to the offender’s husband who was a friend so instead they reported the incident to their housing officer.

    It appears that the Sanctuary Housing Officer began an investigation into the matter but, in the meantime, the offender and her husband moved away anyway. Thereafter there was some gossiping and tittle tattling amongst other residents about what may or may not have got on and when this took place in the presence of the male he understandably got upset given the ordeal his partner had gone through. Having said that he denied saying or doing anything in response that might be deemed anti-social. The assault on the female has been crimed in accordance with National Crime Recording Standards but no further police action will be taken in line with her wishes.

    A parked and unattended Ford Transit van was stolen overnight from an address on Great Hatfield Road, Sigglesthorne.

    A domestic incident occurred on Back Lane, Seaton when, during an argument between a mother and her 15yr old son, the lad punched and kicked his mum which resulted in her banging the back of her head against a fridge. Fortunately she sustained no injury and the lad then stormed out of the address which effectively defused the situation. The lady is having a number of issues with her son at present, he has recently gone missing and she believes he is associating with unsavoury friends and dabbling in drugs. Police were called and although the lady declined to make a formal complaint the matter was recorded as a common assault to comply with National Crime Recording Standards. Officers will be having an informal chat with this young man to warn him to keep his fists to himself in future and show a bit more respect for his elders.

    A male attended an address on Bewholme Lane, Seaton to collect some wages that were owed to him by his employer.
    The two parties stood either side of the garden gate, the cash was handed over but then an argument ensued regarding a receipt.
    The argument culminated with the male who’d attended the address punching the householder twice with a clenched fist to the left cheek resulting in reddening and slight bruising that disappeared within a couple of hours. The offender then left the area in a vehicle with a female and subsequently sent a text message apologising for his behaviour.
    Enquiries are ongoing to trace and interview the alleged offender.

    A burglary occurred overnight at an address on Little Lane, Cowden. Offender[s] cut a padlock on the gate allowing access to the garden. They then used a crowbar or similar to force access to a detached garage from where they stole various tools. It appears the stolen property was then placed within the complainants galvanized steel twin axle trailer which was in the yard adjacent to the garage; the trailer was stolen too along with the contents.

:Police & Communities - Community Partnership Meeting

6/12/2012

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South West Holderness area

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:Sigglesthorne Parish Council

8/11/2012

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Sigglesthorne School

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:Hornsea Town Council

12/11/2012

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Atwick Parish Council

13/11/2012

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Atwick Parish Hall

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:Bewholme Parish Council

11/12/2012

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Bewholme Church Hall

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:Hornsea Town Council

17/12/2012

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Town Hall, Newbegin

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:Atwick Parish Council

8/1/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Atwick Parish Hall

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:Mappleton Parish Council

8/1/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Maple Garage

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:Sigglesthorne Parish Council

10/1/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Sigglesthorne School

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:Seaton Parish Council

15/1/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Seaton Village Hall

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:Bewholme Parish Council

12/2/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Church Hall, Bewholme

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:Hornsea Town Council

28/1/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Town Hall, Newbegiin, Hornsea

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:Hornsea Town Council

25/2/2013

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Seaton Parish Council

5/3/2013

From 19:30

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Seaton Parish Hall, Seaton

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:Mappleton Parish Council

5/3/2013

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Maple Garage, Mappleton

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:Community Partnership Meeting - Roos Memorial Hall

11/3/2013

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Memorial Hall, Roos

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:Atwick Parish Council

12/3/2013

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Village Hall, Atwick

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:Sigglesthorne Parish Council

14/3/2013

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Sigglesthorne School.

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:Hornsea Town Council

25/3/2013

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Bewholme Parish Council

9/4/2013

From 19:30

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Church Hall, Bewholme

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:Community Partnership Meeting - Thorngumbald

24/4/2013

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Thorngumbald Village Hall

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:Hornsea Town Council

22/4/2013

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Mappleton Parish Council

7/5/2013

From 19:30

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Maple Garage, Main Road, Mappleton

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:Seaton Parish Council meeting

7/5/2013

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Seaton Village Hall, Main Street, Seaton

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:Sigglesthorne Parish Council meeting

9/5/2013

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Sigglesthorne School

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:Atwick Parish Council meeting

14/5/2013

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Parish Hall, Atwick

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:Hornsea Town Council

20/5/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Community Partnership meeting at Skirlaugh

10/6/2013

From 10:00 until 12:00

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Village Hall, Skirlaugh

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:Hornsea Town council

17/6/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Atwick Parish Council meeting

9/7/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Parish Hall, Atwick

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:Mappleton Parish Council meeting

2/7/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Maple Garage, Mappleton

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:Seaton Parish Council meeting

2/7/2013

From 19:30 until 19:30

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Parish Hall, Seaton

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:Sigglesthorne Parish Council meeting

11/7/2013

From 19:30 until 19:30

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Sigglesthorne School

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:Community Partnership meeting 10am

25/7/2013

From 10:00 until 12:00

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Police Station, Railway Street, Hornsea

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:Bewholme Parish Council 7.30 pm

13/8/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Church Hall, Bewholme.

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:Atwick Parish Council 7.30 pm

10/9/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Village Hall, Atwick

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:Mappleton Parish Council 7.30 pm

3/9/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Maple Garage, Main Road, Mappleton

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:Seaton Parish Council 7.30 pm

3/9/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Parish Hall, Seaton

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:Community Partnership Meeting - Hedon 2 pm

5/9/2013

From 14:00 until 16:00

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Police Station, New Road, Hedon

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:Hornsea Town Council

16/9/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Bewholme Parish Council

8/10/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Church Hall, Bewholme

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:Sigglesthorne Parish Council

12/9/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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The School, Sigglesthorne

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:Hornsea Town Council - 7.30pm

14/10/2013

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Seaton Parish Council - 7.30 pm

29/10/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Village Hall, Seaton

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:Mappleton Parish Council 7.30 pm

30/10/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Maple Garage, Mappleton

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:Sigglesthorne Parish Council meeting - 7.30 pm

14/11/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Sigglesthorne School, sigglesthorne
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:Atwick Parish Council meeting - 7.30 pm

12/11/2013

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Village Hall, Atwick

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:Community Partnership Meeting - Keyingham - 10 am

18/11/2013

From 10:00 until 12:00

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Keyingham

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:Bewholme Parish Council 7.30 pm

10/12/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Church Hall, Bewholme

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:Mappleton Parish Council meeting 7.30 pm

7/1/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Maple Garage, Main Road, Mappleton

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:Seaton Parish Council Meeting 7.30 pm

7/1/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Parish Hall, Seaton

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:Hornsea Town Council meeting 7.30 pm

16/12/2013

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Sigglesthorne Parish Council - 7.30 pm

9/1/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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sigglesthorne School, Sigglesthorne

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:Atwick Parish Council - 7.30 pm

14/1/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Parish Hall, Atwick

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:Community Partnership Meeting - 10 am

27/1/2014

From 10:00 until 12:00

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Sproatley

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:Hornsea Town Council meeting 7.30 pm

27/1/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Community Partnership Meeting - Sproatley - 10 am

27/1/2014

From 10:00 until 12:00

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Sproatley

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:Bewholme Parish Council - 7.30 pm

11/2/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Church Hall, Bewholme

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:Hornsea Town Council 7.30 pm

24/2/2014

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Atwick Parish Council - 730 pm

11/3/2014

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Parish Hall, Atwick

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:Mappleton Parish Council - 7.30 pm

4/3/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Maple Garage, Mappleton

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:Seaton Parish Council - 7.30 pm

4/3/2014

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Parish Hall, Seaton

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:Sigglesthorne Parish Council - 7.30 pm

13/3/2014

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The School, Main Street, Sigglesthorne

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:Hornsea Town Council - 7.30pm

24/3/2014

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Police Surgery at Hornsea - 1 pm

6/3/2014

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Police Surgeries

Co-op Store, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Community Partnership Meeting - Ottringham - 10am

10/3/2014

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Village Hall, Ottringham

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:Police Surgery - Hornsea - 1pm

20/3/2014

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Police Surgeries

Co-op Store, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Bewholme Parish Council - 7.30pm

8/4/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Church Hall, Bewholme

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:Police Surgery - Co-op - 1 pm

3/4/2014

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Police Surgeries

Co-op Store, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Police Surgery - Co-op - 1 pm

17/4/2014

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Police Surgeries

Co-op Store, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Seaton Parish Council - 7.30 pm

6/5/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Parish Hall, Seaton

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:Mappleton Parish Council - 7.30 pm

6/5/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Maple Garage, Mappleton

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:Hornsea Town Council - 7.30 pm

28/4/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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Town Hall, Newbegin, Hornsea

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:Atwick Parish Council - 7.30 pm

13/5/2014

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Parish Hall, Atwick

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:Sigglesthorne Parish Council Meeting - 7.30 pm

8/5/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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CP School, Sigglesthorne

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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: North Holderness

The dedicated Neighbourhood Policing Team is based at the Police Station in Hornsea 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 [link].
  • By telephone using the single non-emergency number 101.
  • In person at any police station.

North Holderness is policed by C Division

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Chief Superintendent Judi Heaton

Commander for C Division

About street level crime information: North Holderness

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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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