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    Inspector Mark Coulthard (5715)

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    Sergeant Emma Ross (984)

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    Police Constable Richard Blake (101)

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    PCSO Darren Bainton (7705)

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    PCSO Stuart Blanchard (7654)

  • Updated 08November

    Non dwelling burglaries

    During October mid Holderness suffered ten burglaries ranging from break in’s to garden sheds where nothing was stolen to sophisticated attacks on farm buildings by organised criminals when in one case property to a value of £30,000 was stolen.
    Offenders seem to be especially targeting high value cycles no doubt taking advantage of the current boom in cycling for health reasons and its popularity in the wake of our Olympic success in the sport. Cycles to the value of £1200 and £3600 respectively were stolen in a garage burglary at Skirlaugh early in the month. In a second garage burglary a fortnight or so later at Withernwick cycles valued at £1500 and £1900 respectively were stolen along with a child’s quad bike valued at £750. If these were my cycles I would probably store them in my house rather than the garage. If you have to store them in a garage make sure it is as secure and well alarmed as your house. Also make sure the cycle and its component parts are marked with your postcode or similar and make a note of any frame numbers. As per my advice with the stolen trailers last month it is also worth keeping photographs of your bike and any receipts incurred during your ownership of the bike such as the initial bill and any subsequent purchases. This will help us in identifying and possibly recovering your bike. In the worst case scenario if the cycle remains outstanding it puts you in a stronger bargaining position with the insurance company when they come to draw up a settlement figure. Such high value bikes when stolen are normally broken for parts which are then sold for a fraction of their true value on the internet.

    Highly visible Police patrols by Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) staff, including Police Officers, Special Constables and Police Community Support Officers (PCSO’s) will take place. These patrols will carry out checks throughout the area paying particular attention to likely insecurities/criminal opportunities and will offer Crime Prevention advice accordingly. Offenders will be dealt with accordingly. ASB related matters will be dealt with utilising the Fairway Letter scheme as well as consideration to offenders being prosecuted.

  • Updated 08November

    Vehicle crime within mid Holderness

    During October mid Holderness suffered nine vehicle crimes comprising one theft of vehicle, two offences of vehicle interference and six theft from unattended motor vehicle type offences. These range from fairly low level offences such as number plates stolen from two vehicles at Aldbrough and a phone stolen from an insecure vehicle at Long Riston to a break in to a vehicle in a pub car park at Sproatley which netted the thieves a haul of Husqvarna and Stihl chain saws valued at £1600. Although mid Holderness is a beautiful part of the world in which to live and work it is unfortunately within easy travelling distance of Hull with all its issues. Because the city has higher crime levels than the rural area its occupants tend to put crime prevention higher up their list of priorities than their rural counterparts. This tends to push criminals out into our area for what they perceive as softer targets and easier pickings. It is human nature to lapse into an air of false security when you live in a low crime area. However given the recent upsurge in crime in our area and with Christmas rapidly approaching [always a busy time for thieves] I would encourage you all to review your security and upgrade it if necessary.
    The main points are to always lock your vehicle, NEVER leave valuables inside and, if you are lucky enough to have a garage, use it. They were actually designed for the storage of vehicles, not as an overflow location for junk from the house!!

    Highly visible Police patrols by Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) staff, including Police Officers, Special Constables and Police Community Support Officers (PCSO’s) will take place. These patrols will carry out checks throughout the area paying particular attention to likely insecurities/criminal opportunities and will offer Crime Prevention advice accordingly. Offenders will be dealt with accordingly. ASB related matters will be dealt with utilising the Fairway Letter scheme as well as consideration to offenders being prosecuted.

  • Updated 08November

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    A family from Sheffield attended Burton Constable Caravan Park for a weekend away, the family stayed in the caravan and allowed friends to sleep in the awning. Overnight an argument ensued between a husband and wife who were sleeping in the awning area. The female went to leave whereupon her partner grabbed hold of her upper arms and rived her around, pulling and pushing her. As a result she sustained bruising to her left arm, swelling to her right elbow and bruising to her left little toe. The caravan owner was awoken by the commotion and went to intervene. He was then subject of a vicious and sustained attack by the same male, he was repeatedly punched about the head and bitten in the face. The ensuing wound was so severe that it was “down to the bone” and required 30 stitches, the attack only ended when others present intervened and dragged the assailant off. The incident happened in the early hours and all parties were in drink. By the time the matter was reported to police at lunchtime the next day the offender had left the site. He was duly traced and interviewed at a later date by CID staff. It transpired he suspected his wife of having an affair and believed the male he was alleged to have assaulted was the “other man”. He initially claimed his actions were in self-defence then made no further comment on the advice of his solicitor. The Crown Prosecution Service were consulted for advice/decision and they authorised charges of S.39 Common Assault in respect of the incident involving his wife and S.18 Wounding in respect of the incident involving the male who intervened. The offender a 56yr old male from the South Yorkshire area will be appearing before the Crown Court in due course.

    A lady running a livery yard in the Wawne area had cause to ask a customer to remove their horse following a disagreement. Thereafter she was told about some malicious comments that had been made about her on Facebook by the ex-customer. As she herself was not on Facebook she got a family member to print off the offending messages and brought them to our attention. The messages contained numerous remarks of a racist and homophobic nature which she understandably found offensive. A 35yr old female from the Bransholme area was subsequently interviewed in connection with this matter. It soon became apparent this was an educational matter rather than a deliberate criminal act, she did not understand that the comments were of a racist and homophobic nature and was ignorant of the distress they had caused.
    It was decided that the best course of action was to educate rather than punish the offender and the victim agreed with this course of action. Accordingly arrangements were put in place for the offender to have a meeting with and some input from the Hull Community Cohesion Officer PC Houfe. The crime report was duly filed under a Community Resolution outcome.

    An assault occurred at the now defunct Blue Bell Inn, Sproatley prior to its closure. The victim a 32yr old male was in the back room of the premises and made a comment about the music that was being played. Thereafter he alleges he was approached by an unknown male who grabbed his upper body clothing and head-butted him twice to the face resulting in the victim sustaining a broken nose. A complaint was made to police and the matter allocated to the CID for investigation.
    Although unusually for licensed premises nowadays there was no CCTV available officers were able to gather statements from the complainant and a witness plus medical and photographic evidence. The offender was traced and interviewed and readily admitted the offence stating he’d overheard the victim make a derogatory remark about his partner which he took offence to.
    He expressed regret for his actions and accepted he’d been stupid and totally overreacted to the comment. Given this admission and his previous good character it was deemed that a caution was an appropriate disposal option.
    In due course the offender a 41yr local male was cautioned for an offence of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

  • Updated 08November

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    October Crime Figures

    During October 2014 there were 42 reported crimes across the Mid Holderness Ward, an increase on the relatively low figure of 29 last month.

    These crimes break down as three thefts, one damage, seven assaults, four burglary dwellings, ten burglary others [garages/sheds etc.],six theft from unattended motor vehicle, two vehicle interferences, one theft of vehicle, one shop theft, three sexual assaults, one harassment, one fraud, one breach of non-molestation order and one offence of handling stolen goods..

    Broken down into the relevant villages Aldbrough suffered eight crimes, Wawne five, Burton Pidsea, Burstwick and Sproatley three apiece, Humbleton, Skirlaugh, Ganstead, Benningholme and Long Riston two apiece and Spring Garden Centre, Catwick, Coniston, Danthorpe, Burton Constable, Withernwick, Grimston, Garton, Great Hatfield and Little Hatfield one each.

    October Anti-Social Behaviour Reports

    During October 2014 there were fourteen reports, on the face of it five more than last month that could be classed as Anti-Social Behaviour. However I have broadened the search to include road related complaints, rather than just the usual noisy neighbours/teenagers drinking type issues, to hopefully give you a broader perspective of the issues reported to us.
    Having looked at these reports they break down as follows,

    1.A dispute between neighbours in Turmar View, Bilton during which one party has been making false allegations to various agencies about their neighbour such as accusing them of making excessive noise, animal cruelty and dishonestly claiming the 25% Council tax reduction for single occupancy.
    2. A disturbance at East View, Long Riston when a female was allegedly knocked to the floor and assaulted. The “victim” rang back before police arrived saying the offender had gone, she did not wish to make any complaints and stated our attendance was no longer required. It is believed the incident is linked to the unsavoury and dubious company she keeps.
    3. A lady from Benningholme Lane, Skirlaugh received a parcel of erotic lingerie through the post which caused her some distress. It turned out the sender was an ex-boyfriend hoping to rekindle the relationship!!He was spoken to by police and reminded that when the lady says “No” she means “No”!!
    4. A fall out between neighbours in Westland’s Road, Sproatley over excessive noise from one party.
    The environmental health department from the local council were already involved and had installed sound recording equipment so the caller was advised that as they were the lead agency in such matters the police would take a back seat.
    5.A call from a lady in Wales complaining about gas odours emanating from the Rathlin Energy drilling site in Withernwick.
    We did wonder how she smelt gas from a couple of hundred miles away!! It turned out she was reporting the matter on behalf of her friends who were anti-fracking protestors at the scene.
    She was advised that they needed to make such reports themselves. Officers did check the area just to make sure and it smelt of fresh air!! 6. A lady from Galland Road, Sproatley alleged that her ex was breaching his non molestation order not to approach or communicate with her etc. Enquiries revealed he’d merely been walking the dog past her house to get to nearby fields. Although not technically a breach he was advised not to risk “sailing too close to the wind” as breach of such orders is a serious matter and can result in a custodial sentence.
    7. A complaint by a lady from Holderness Villas, Skirlaugh regarding two of her home help carers. Police looked into the matter as the lady was vulnerable and this was potentially a safeguarding issue. In the event the lady had merely taken offence to something the carers had said, the matter was resolved by the Agency they work for adjusting the staff rotas so the carers in question swapped clients with other carers.
    8. A member of the public complaining about a motorist using his mobile phone whilst driving on the A165 at Skirlaugh.
    9. A complaint about a male regularly drink driving from the Constable Arms, Sproatley to his home on the nearby Burton Constable Caravan Park.
    10. A complaint of motorcycles being ridden on the disused railway line at Hariff Lane, Burstwick.
    11. A complaint about a male regularly drink driving from the Black Bull Inn at Burton Pidsea to his home on Jubilee Lane.
    12.A complaint of a vehicle being driven South on the A165 from Skirlaugh towards Hull very erratically.
    It was suspected the driver was either in drink or using a mobile phone.
    13. A complaint of cars racing in the early hours at Coniston.
    14. An elderly blind lady from North Rise, Burstwick complained of eggs being thrown at her windows in the run up to Halloween.

    Crime Prevention Advice

    Although we live in a very safe and low crime area, we are subject to offences such as burglaries or theft from vehicles. Please note that 50% of all burglaries reported in the East Riding are through insecure doors or windows, likewise over 50 % of cars broken into are insecure or have items of value on show. The crime prevention message is clear – lock it or lose it! Sometimes we get complacent about security, but thieves are opportunists, and will travel into the East Riding, often from Hull looking for easy pickings.

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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6/12/2012

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Community Hall, Main Street, Preston

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:Police & Communities Together meeting

28/1/2013

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Hornsea Methodist Church

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:Bilton Police Surgery - St Peter's Church Hall

5/2/2013

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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7/2/2013

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Mobile Library on school grounds

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7/2/2013

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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:Aldbrough Police Surgery - School

11/2/2013

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Aldbrough School Headteacher's Office, Aldbrough

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:Skirlaugh Police Surgery - Church grounds

19/2/2013

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Cottage, Church grounds, Skirlaugh

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Mobile Library, Burstwick School grounds, Main Road, Burstwick.

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5/3/2013

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St Peter's Church Hall, Main Road, Bilton

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11/3/2013

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Headteacher's Office, Aldbrough School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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18/3/2013

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Burstwick School, Main Road, Burstwick

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26/3/2013

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Church Grounds, Skirlaugh Church

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2/4/2013

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Main Road, Bilton

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8/4/2013

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Head Teachers Office, Aldbrough School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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24/4/2013

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Throngumbald Village Hall

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30/4/2013

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Cottage, Church Grounds, Skirlaugh

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6/6/2013

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Wawne Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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18/4/2013

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Mobile Library, School Grounds, Main Road, Burstwick.

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Mobile Library, School Grounds, Main Road, Burstwick

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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13/5/2013

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Headteacher's Office, Aldbrough School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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4/6/2013

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The Cottage, Church Grounds, Skirlaugh

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4/6/2013

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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10/6/2013

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Headteacher's Office, Aldbrough School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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Mobile Library, School Grounds, Main Road, Burstwick

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2/7/2013

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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The Cottage, Church Grounds, Skirlaugh

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25/7/2013

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School grounds, Burstwick School, Main Road, Burstwick

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6/8/2013

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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8/7/2013

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Headteacher's Office, Aldbrough School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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13/8/2013

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The Cottage, Church Grounds, Skirlaugh

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12/8/2013

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Headteachers Office, Aldbrough School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough.

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5/9/2013

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Mobile Library, School Grounds, Main Road, Burstwick

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5/9/2013

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Police Station, New Road, Hedon

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:Skirlaugh Police Surgery - 10 am

17/9/2013

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The Cottage, Church grounds, Skirlaugh

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3/9/2013

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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:Wawne Police Surgery - 7 p.m.

5/9/2013

From 19:00 until 20:00

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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3/10/2013

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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:Burstwick Police surgery 3 pm

3/10/2013

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Mobile Library, School Grounds, Main Road, Burstwick

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14/10/2013

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Headteacher's office, Aldbrough School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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1/10/2013

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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22/10/2013

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The Cottage, Church Grounds, Skirlaugh

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7/11/2013

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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11/11/2013

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Head Teacher's office, Primary School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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14/11/2013

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Mobile Library, school grounds, Main Road, Burstwick

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26/11/2013

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The Cottage, Skirlaugh Church

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18/11/2013

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3/12/2013

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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9/12/2013

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12/12/2013

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4/2/2014

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2/1/2014

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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13/1/2014

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23/1/2014

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Mobile Library, School Grounds, Main Road, Burstwick

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4/2/2014

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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6/2/2014

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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10/2/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

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Head Teacher's Office, Aldbrough School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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:Community Partnership Meeting 10 am Sproatley

27/1/2014

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Sproatley

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:Burstwick Police Surgery 3 pm

20/2/2014

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Mobile Library, Burstwick School, Main Road, Burstwick

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:Bilton Police Surgery 7.30 pm

4/3/2014

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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6/3/2014

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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11/3/2014

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The Cottage, Skirlaugh Church Grounds

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3/3/2014

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10/3/2014

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Head Teacher's Office, CP School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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15/4/2014

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The Cottage, Skirlaugh Church Grounds

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1/4/2014

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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:Police Surgery - Wawne - 7 pm

3/4/2014

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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14/4/2014

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Headteacher's Office, CP School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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10/3/2014

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Village Hall, Ottringham

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1/5/2014

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Mobile Library in School Grounds, Main Road, Burstwick

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1/5/2014

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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:Bilton Police Surgery

6/5/2014

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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:Burstwick Police Surgery - 3 pm

12/6/2014

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Mobile Library, School Grounds, Main Road, Burstwick

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:Skirlaugh Police Surgery 10 am

20/5/2014

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The Cottage, Church Grounds, Skirlaugh

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:Bilton Police Surgery - 7.30 pm

3/6/2014

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Other meeting

St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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:Wawne Police Surgery - 7 pm

5/6/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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:Aldbrough Police Surgery - 7 pm

9/6/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

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Head Teacher's Office, Aldbrough School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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:Skirlaugh Police Surgery - 10 am

24/6/2014

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Cottage, Church grounds, Skirlaugh

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:Bilton Police Surgery - 7.30 pm

1/7/2014

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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:Wawne Police Surgery - 7 pm

3/7/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

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Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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:Burstwick Police Surgery - 3 pm

10/7/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

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Mobile Library at School grounds, Main Road, Burstwick

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:Aldbrough Police Surgery - 7 pm

14/7/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

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Headteacher's office, CP School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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:Skirlaugh Police Surgery 10 am

29/7/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

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The Cottage, Church Grounds, Skirlaugh

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:Community Partnership meeting - 10 am

25/7/2014

From 10:00 until 12:00

Other meeting

Hornsea Police Station

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:Bilton Police Surgery - 7.30 pm

5/8/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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:Burstwick Police Surgery 3pm

21/8/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

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Mobile Library, School grounds, Main Road, Burstwick

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:Bilton Police Surgery 7.30 pm

2/9/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

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St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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:Aldbrough Police Surgery 7 pm

8/9/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

Headteacher's Office CP School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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:Wawne Police Surgery 7 pm

4/9/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

Village Hall, Main Street, Wawne

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:Burstwick Police Surgery 3 pm

18/9/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Mobile Library, School Grounds, Main Road, Burstwick

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:Aldbrough Police Surgery - 7 PM

13/10/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

Headteacher's Office, CP School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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:Bilton Police Surgery - 7.30 pm

7/10/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

St Peter's Church Hall,Church Lane, Bilton

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:Skirlaugh Police Surgery - 10 am

7/10/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Skirlaugh Church

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:Community Partnership Meeting - 10 am - Bilton

28/10/2014

From 10:00 until 12:00

Other meeting

Church Hall, Bilton

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:Police Surgery - Burstwick - 3 pm

30/10/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Mobile Library, School Grounds, Main Road, Burstwick.

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:Aldbrough Police surgery - 7 pm

10/11/2014

From 19:00 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

Headteacher's Office, CP School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough

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:Bilton Police Surgery - 7.30 pm

4/11/2014

From 19:30 until 20:30

Police Surgeries

St Peter's Church Hall, Church Lane, Bilton

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:Skirlaugh Police Surgery - 10 am

11/11/2014

From 10:00 until 12:00

Police Surgeries

Coffee Morning, Skirlaugh Church

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:Burstwick Police Surgery - 3 pm

27/11/2014

From 15:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Mobile Library, Burstwick School grounds

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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: Mid Holderness

The dedicated Neighbourhood Policing Team are based at the Police Station's at Station Road, Withernsea, Railway Street, Hornsea and New Road, Hedon and forms part of the larger Holderness Neighbourhood Policing 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.

Mid Holderness is policed by C Division

Csuptheaton

Chief Superintendent Judi Heaton

Commander for C Division

About street level crime information: Mid Holderness

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

Mid Holderness

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