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Meet the team for Hessle

  • Ps0343matthews

    Sergeant Joanne Matthews (343)

  • Pc--phillips

    Police Constable David Philips (2436)

  • Pcso-7770-sandra-coneyworth---peeler-house-hessle

    PCSO Sandra Coneyworth (7770)

  • 7616-pcso-petch

    PCSO Austin Petch (7616)

  • 7718-pcso-wray

    PCSO Christopher Wray (7718)

  • Updated 18July

    NON-DWELLING BURGLARY IN HESSLE. Recently we have noted a sharp rise in night time burglary from garages and sheds in the Hessle area. We have found that locks and bolts are being forced, in addition to the usual problem of doors being left unlocked. Various property is being stolen but bicycles appear to be the main target.

    Preventative patrols late evening into early hours

  • Updated 18July

    YOUTHS CAUSING ANNOYANCE FIRST LANE, AND HESSLE PLAY PARK AREA. Consumption of alcohol resulting in noise disruption and general anti-social behaviour. Groups reported to be using the sheltered areas as a place to congregate and drink alcohol. Mixed ages, some of legal age, and others under age.

    Officers to conduct early intervention patrols disposing of alcohol found, where offences are being committed. Prevention patrols to concentrate on identified problem locations and times.

  • Updated 18July

    MOTORBIKES CAUSING ANNOYANCE, LIVINGSTON ROAD HESSLE. Motorbikes riding at speed, and being noisy.

    Preventative patrols to identify offenders and deal with any offences.

  • Updated 02June

    You said

    Hessle man has paid £400 to a takeaway owner after smashing his shop front window.

    In the early hours of Sunday 4th May, a customer inside the Bella Pizza takeaway in Hessle became angry and agitated and punched the shops front window, causing it to crack.

    CCTV captured the incident and local police officers quickly identified the man responsible.

    The man was brought in for questioning where he fully admitted causing the damage, offered to pay for the repair to the window and apologised to the takeaway owner.

    We did

    Because the man showed remorse and offered a full and frank admission at the first opportunity, the police spoke to the takeaway owner and have collectively allowed the man to be dealt with by ‘restorative justice’, rather than charging him and putting him through the court process.

    Through restorative justice, the victim has now paid for a full repair to the shop window and sincerely apologised to the owner of the takeaway.

    Although the man has not been criminally ‘charged’ with this offence, he will still be recorded as being responsible for the damage and it will be available for disclosure in the future if requested (such as a CRB check).

    Restorative justice is only an option if the offender shows genuine remorse and the victim would rather the offender prove their remorse rather than receive a criminal caution.
    Instead of legally punishing an offender, restorative justice focuses on the needs of the victims and the offenders, as well as the involved community.

    For restorative justice to work, the victims take an active role in the process choosing the task the offender must do, whilst the offenders are encouraged to take responsibility for their actions; ‘to repair the harm they’ve done—by apologising, returning stolen money, or community service’.

    Restorative justice involves the victim choosing what the offender must do and offender must agree to the suggestion, under the strict supervision of the police, and also providing help for the offender in order to avoid future offences.

    More on Restorative Justice:

    Restorative Justice can involve an act of apology or explanation to the vicitm, or an activity which pays back to an individual or the community for the harm that has been caused.

    For those who agree to do so, the police can arrange to bring together the victim and the offender in a supervised restorative meeting. This can give closure to the victim around the offence, and make a significant impact on the offender about what their actions have done to others.

  • Updated 02June

    You said

    A 29-year-old Hessle man has paid £400 to a takeaway owner after smashing shop front window

    In the early hours of Sunday 4th May, a customer inside the Bella Pizza takeaway in Hessle became angry and agitated and punched the shops front window, causing it to crack.

    CCTV captured the incident and local police officers quickly identified the man responsible.

    The man was brought in for questioning where he fully admitted causing the damage, offered to pay for the repair to the window and apologised to the takeaway owner.

    We did

    Because the man showed remorse and offered a full and frank admission at the first opportunity, the police spoke to the takeaway owner and have collectively allowed the man to be dealt with by ‘restorative justice’, rather than charging him and putting him through the court process.

    Through restorative justice, the victim has now paid for a full repair to the shop window and sincerely apologised to the owner of the takeaway.

    Although the man has not been criminally ‘charged’ with this offence, he will still be recorded as being responsible for the damage and it will be available for disclosure in the future if requested (such as a CRB check).

    Restorative justice is only an option if the offender shows genuine remorse and the victim would rather the offender prove their remorse rather than receive a criminal caution.
    Instead of legally punishing an offender, restorative justice focuses on the needs of the victims and the offenders, as well as the involved community.

    For restorative justice to work, the victims take an active role in the process choosing the task the offender must do, whilst the offenders are encouraged to take responsibility for their actions; ‘to repair the harm they’ve done—by apologising, returning stolen money, or community service’.

    Restorative justice involves the victim choosing what the offender must do and offender must agree to the suggestion, under the strict supervision of the police, and also providing help for the offender in order to avoid future offences.

    More on Restorative Justice:

    Restorative Justice can involve an act of apology or explanation to the vicitm, or an activity which pays back to an individual or the community for the harm that has been caused.

    For those who agree to do so, the police can arrange to bring together the victim and the offender in a supervised restorative meeting. This can give closure to the victim around the offence, and make a significant impact on the offender about what their actions have done to others.

:HESSLE TOWN COUNCIL

16/10/2012

From 19:30 until 20:30

Other meeting

PCSO Chris Wray will be present at the Hessle Town Council meeting at Hessle Town Hall.

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:Out and About...

5/10/2012

From 10:00 until 15:30

Street Briefings

- We will be carrying out mobile surgeries in Hessle. Officers from the team will be out and about in the community bus and will be available to discuss any crime and disorder related issues that you may have. We have also invited the local ward councillors to join us. 10.00 - 11.00am at First Lane(Hull road end) 11.15 -12.15pm at Astral close/ Cambridge rd 1.15 - 2.15pm at Swanland road 2.30 - 3.30 pm at Northolme Rd

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:Come and say Hello....

23/11/2012

From 10:00 until 16:00

Street Briefings

- We will be carrying out mobile surgeries in Hessle. Officers from the team will be out and about in the community bus and will be available to discuss any crime and disorder related issues that you may have. We have also invited the local ward councillors to join us. Times and locations to be published

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:Hessle Christmas Lights....

30/11/2012

From 16:30 until 19:30

Street Briefings

Officers from the team will be in and around Hessle Square for the official switch on of the Hessle Christmas lights. - come and say hello!

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:Surgery

20/9/2012

From 19:00 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

PCSO Charlotte Houghton will be available at Peeler house -please pop in and see her to discuss any crime and disorder related issues you may have.

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:HESSLE SQUARE

11/1/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Street Briefings

The Square, Hessle.
HU13 0AE

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:HESSLE, Co-op

11/12/2012

From 17:00 until 18:00

Street Briefings

27-29, The Square, Hessle.
HU13 0AE

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:Pop in surgery

27/12/2012

From 19:00 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

Peeler house
HU13 0RG

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:Hessle High School student surgery - upper school site

20/2/2013

From 12:30 until 13:30

Police Surgeries

Heads Lane, Hessle.
HU13 0JQ

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:Hessle High lower school - student surgery

22/2/2013

From 12:30 until 13:30

Police Surgeries

Boothferry Road, Hessle.
HU13 9AR

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:Peeler House police station

2/1/2013

From 19:00 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

Peeler House, 1 Ferriby Road, Hessle.
HU13 0RQ

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:Hessle Library

25/2/2013

From 10:30 until 11:30

Police Surgeries

Hessle Library Southgate. Hessle
HU13 0RB

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:Teapots Café, Hessle

4/3/2013

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Teapots Café, The Orchard Centre, 6 The Square, Hessle
HU13 0AA

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:Teapots Café, Hessle

5/4/2013

From 14:00 until 15:00

Police Surgeries

Teapots Café, The Orchard Centre, 6 The Square, Hessle
HU13 0AA

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:Teapots Café, Hessle

10/5/2013

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Teapots Café, The Orchard Centre, 6 The Square, Hessle
HU13 0AA

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:Teapots Café, Hessle

5/6/2013

From 14:00 until 15:00

Police Surgeries

Teapots Café, The Orchard Centre, 6 The Square, Hessle
HU13 0AA

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:Tower Hill Methodist Church, Hessle

16/7/2014

From 11:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

Tower Hill, Hessle
HU13 0SP

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:Tower Hill Methodist Church, Hessle

19/8/2014

From 11:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

Tower Hill, Hessle
HU13 0SP

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:Tower Hill Methodist Church, Hessle

11/9/2014

From 11:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

Tower Hill, Hessle
HU13 0SP

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:Mobile police surgery, Hessle area

26/6/2014

From 10:00 until 15:00

Police Surgeries

Hessle area - leaflets will be delivered in the areas to be visited a few days in advance
HU13

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:Mobile police surgery, Hessle area

21/7/2014

From 10:00 until 15:30

Street Briefings

Hessle area - leaflets will be delivered in the areas to be visited a few days in advance
HU13

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:Mobile police surgery, Hessle area

26/9/2014

From 10:00 until 15:30

Street Briefings

Hessle area - leaflets will be delivered in the areas to be visited a few days in advance
HU13

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:Mobile police surgery, Hessle area

29/8/2014

From 10:00 until 15:30

Street Briefings

Hessle area - leaflets will be delivered in the areas to be visited a few days in advance
HU13

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:Hessle (temporary) Library

15/7/2013

From 12:30 until 13:30

Police Surgeries

Peeler House Police Station Ferriby Road, Hessle.
HU13 0RG

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:Hessle (temporary) Library

7/8/2013

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Peeler House Police Station Ferriby Road, Hessle.
HU13 0RG

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:Hessle (temporary) Library

14/9/2013

From 15:30 until 16:30

Police Surgeries

Peeler House Police Station Ferriby Road, Hessle.
HU13 0RG

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:Hessle Library

22/6/2013

From 11:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

Southgate, Hessle
HU13 0RB

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:Tower Hill Methodist Church, Hessle

26/9/2013

From 11:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

Tower Hill, Hessle
HU13 0SP

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:Sainsbury’s Supermarket, Hessle

1/6/2013

From 12:00 until 13:00

Police Surgeries

Sainsbury Way, Hessle.
HU13 9NS

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:Sainsbury’s Supermarket, Hessle

8/7/2013

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Sainsbury Way, Hessle.
HU13 9NS

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:Sainsbury’s Supermarket, Hessle

14/8/2013

From 14:00 until 15:00

Police Surgeries

Sainsbury Way, Hessle.
HU13 9NS

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:Sainsbury’s Supermarket, Hessle

17/9/2013

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Sainsbury Way, Hessle.
HU13 9NS

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:Age UK Charity Shop, Hessle

28/6/2014

From 12:00 until 13:00

Police Surgeries

The Square, Hessle.
HU13 0AA

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:Age UK Charity Shop, Hessle

1/8/2014

From 12:00 until 13:00

Police Surgeries

The Square, Hessle.
HU13 0AA

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:Age UK Charity Shop, Hessle

5/9/2014

From 12:00 until 13:00

Street Briefings

The Square, Hessle.
HU13 0AA

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:Age UK Charity Shop, Hessle

17/12/2013

From 11:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

The Square, Hessle.
HU13 0AA

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:HESSLE SQUARE

22/3/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Street Briefings

The Square, Hessle.
HU13 0AE

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:HESSLE SQUARE

15/2/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Street Briefings

The Square, Hessle.
HU13 0AE

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:Police Surgery with PCSO Wray

23/5/2014

From 11:30 until 12:30

Police Surgeries

Age Uk Hessle Square
HU13 OAA

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:Mobile police Surgery with PCSO Petch

28/5/2014

From 10:00 until 15:00

Police Surgeries

To be arranged

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:Age uk charity shop, police surgery

1/10/2014

From 12:00 until 13:00

Police Surgeries

Hessle Square
HU13 OAA

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:Age Uk Charity shop, police surgery

15/11/2014

From 12:00 until 13:00

Police Surgeries

Hessle Square
HU13 OAA

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:Age Uk charity shop, police surgery

20/12/2014

From 12:00 until 13:00

Street Briefings

Hessle Square
HU13 OAA

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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: Hessle

The dedicated Neighbourhood Policing Team is based at Peeler House, 1 Ferriby Road, Hessle and forms part of the larger Cottingham area 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.
  • By Twitter @SgtPhilYoung

Hessle is policed by C Division

Csuptheaton

Chief Superintendent Judi Heaton

Commander for C Division

About street level crime information: Hessle

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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