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    Sergeant Mark Peasgood (1230)

  • Pc_1112_paul_kettlewell

    Police Constable Paul Kettlewell (1112)

  • Pcso_7560_jeff_ede

    PCSO Jeff Ede (7560)

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    PCSO Timothy Runkee (7784)

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    PCSO Mark Warelow (7786)

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    PCSO Danielle Calvert (7886)

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    PCSO Sarah Peasgood (7843)

  • Updated 18June

    To identify solutions to parking problems at Sutton House Road and around Ings Road shops

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team has received numerous complaints regarding parking issues on Ings Road and Sutton House Road mainly around the shopping area. It is an offence to park on double yellow lines or in a manner likely to cause unnecessary obstruction. We are committed to working with local communities to solve this problem and have taken the approach to initially warn drivers. If this continues then the only option is enforcement and parking fines will be issued.

    Update: A number of warning letters have been issued and verbal advice given to members of the public found parked illegally in this area. The Neighbourhood Policing Team continue to monitor this and persons who have already been warned will be issued fixed penalty notices.

  • Updated 18June

    To combat crime and Anti Social Behaviour in the regeneration area

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team are conducting daily Police patrols to reduce future anti-social behaviour and thefts from void properties and will continue to do this. Patrols will continue in and around the regeneration area until the demolition phase and the new building process have been completed. Members of the public are encouraged to report all incidents of anti-social behaviour.

    Update: There has been a lower amount of calls for service over the last few weeks, please continue to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity on the 101 non emergency police number. Please see the ‘Offenders Brought To Justice’ where a male was arrested and convicted last month of a theft from the derelict properties on Surbiton Close, Hull.

  • Updated 28April

    Ings - Priority 1 - Combat Crime and Anti Social Behaviour on the Regeneration Area

    The Neighbourhood Policing Team continues to patrol the area and deal with any incidents of crime and anti social behaviour.

  • Updated 28April

    Ings - Priority 2 - To Identify Solutions to Parking Problems at Sutton House Road and around Ings Road Shops

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team has received numerous complaints regarding parking issues on Ings Road and Sutton House Road mainly around the shopping area. Initially warning letters have been issued to those motorists who choose to ignore double yellow lines and parking restrictions. Those continuing to ignore the warnings will be dealt with by way of fixed penalty.

  • Updated 01May

    INGS - PRIORITY 1 - Combat Crime and Anti Social Behaviour on the Regeneration Area

    The Neighbourhood Policing Team continues to patrol the area and deal with any incidents of crime and anti social behaviour. We are reliant on residents to report any such behaviour and this has been done this month. We have increased patrols and arranged the re-securing of premises.

  • Updated 01May

    INGS - PRIORITY 2 - To Identify Solutions to Parking Problems at Sutton House Road and around Ings Road Shops

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team has received numerous complaints regarding parking issues on Ings Road and Sutton House Road mainly around the shopping area. Initially warning letters have been issued to those motorists who choose to ignore double yellow lines and parking restrictions. Those continuing to ignore the warnings will be dealt with by way of fixed penalty notices.

  • Updated 05June

    Ings - Priority 1 - Combat Crime and Anti Social Behaviour on the Regeneration Area

    The Neighbourhood Policing Team continues to patrol the area and deal with any incidents of crime and anti social behaviour. A boy was reported for cannabis use on Mitcham Road and a group of youths causing problems for residents have been moved on and warned.

  • Updated 05June

    Ings - Priority 2 - To Identify Solutions to Parking Problems at Sutton House Road and around Ings Road Shops

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team continues to monitor parking in the area of Sutton House Road and deal with motorists as appropriate.

  • Updated 02July

    Ings - Priority 1 - Combat Crime and Anti Social Behaviour on the Regeneration Area

    The Neighbourhood Policing Team continues to patrol the area and deal with any incidents of crime and anti social behaviour. We have seen a reduction in reports of anti social behaviour in the regeneration area. However, a number of thefts of workers tools have been reported from homes in the process of being built. Anyone seeing suspicious persons in the building site area is urged to ring the police.

  • Updated 02July

    Ings - Priority 2 - To identify solutions to Parking Problems at Sutton House Road and around Ings Road Shops

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team continues to monitor parking in the area of Sutton House Road and deal with motorists as appropriate.

  • Updated 31July

    Ings - Priority 1 - Address Parking Problems in and around Tweendykes Shops

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team has received numerous complaints regarding parking issues on Ings Road and Sutton House Road mainly around the shopping area. It is an offence to park on double yellow lines or in a manner likely to cause unnecessary obstruction. We are committed to working with local communities to solve this problem and have taken the approach to initially warn drivers. If this continues then the only option is enforcement and parking fines will be issued.

    Update: A number of warning letters have been issued and verbal advice given to members of the public found parked illegally in this area. The Neighbourhood Policing Team continue to monitor this and persons who have already been warned will be issued Fixed Penalty Notices. During July two motorists have been reported for obstruction while parked on double yellow lines on the corner of the Sainsbury store.

  • Updated 31July

    Ings - Priority 2 - To Combat Crime and Anti Social Behaviour in the Regenaration Area

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team are conducting daily Police patrols to reduce future anti-social behaviour and thefts from void properties and will continue to do this. Patrols will continue in and around the regeneration area until the demolition phase and the new building process have been completed. Members of the public are encouraged to report all incidents of anti-social behaviour.
    Update: The Neighbourhood Policing Team have been conducting extra patrols in the area recently resulting in several stops and arrests. Demolition is due to start sometime in August/September in Finchley, Acton and Surbiton Close.
    A resident from Shoreditch Close reported theft from domestic bins of bin bags which are being emptied for personal papers.

  • Updated 31July

    Ings - Priority 3 - Anti Social Behaviour Phoenix Close/Apollo Walk

    This is a new priority that has just been set after the council had received numerous complaints of anti-social behaviour on Phoenix Close and Apollo Walk.

    Update: The Neighbourhood Policing Team will be conducting regular patrols in and around the area.

  • Updated 08September

    Ings - Priority 2 - To Combat Crime and Anti Social Behaviour in the Regeneration Area

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team are conducting daily police patrols to reduce future anti-social behaviour and thefts from void properties and will continue to do this. Patrols will continue in and around the regeneration area until the demolition phase and the new building process have been completed. Members of the public are encouraged to report all incidents of anti-social behaviour.

    Update: The Neighbourhood Policing Team have been conducting extra patrols in the area recently resulting in several stops and arrests. Demolition is due to start sometime in August/September in Finchley, Acton and Surbiton Close. So far a number of the garages have been demolished.

    A resident from Shoreditch Close reported theft from domestic bins of bin bags which are being emptied for personal papers.

  • Updated 08September

    Ings - Priority 3 - Anti Social Behaviour Phoenix Close/Apollo Walk

    This is a new priority that has just been set after the Council had received numerous complaints of anti-social behaviour on Phoenix/Apollo Walk.

    Update: The Neighbourhood Policing Team will be conducting regular patrols in and around the area.

    During August no calls for service had been received for this Ward priority.

  • Updated 08September

    Ings - Priority 1 - Address Parking Problems in and around Tweendykes shops

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team has received numerous complaints regarding parking issues on Ings Road and Sutton House Road mainly around the shopping area. It is an offence to park on double yellow lines or in a manner likely to cause unnecessary obstruction. We are committed to working with local communities to solve this problem and have taken the approach to initially warn drivers. If this continues then the only option is enforcement and parking fines will be issued.

    Update: A number of warning letters have been issued and verbal advice given to members of the public found parked illegally in this area. The Neighbourhood Policing Team continue to monitor this and persons who have already been warned will be issued fixed penalty notices.

    During August two motorists were reported for obstruction while parked on double yellow lines on the corner of the Sainsbury store.

  • Updated 09October

    Ings - Priority 1 - Address parking problems in and around Tweendykes shops

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team has received numerous complaints regarding parking issues on Ings Road and Sutton House Road mainly around the shopping area. It is an offence to park on double yellow lines or in a manner likely to cause unnecessary obstruction. We are committed to working with local communities to solve this problem and have taken the approach to initially warn drivers. If this continues then the only option is enforcement and parking fines will be issued.

    Update: A number of warning letters have been issued and verbal advice given to members of the public found parked illegally in this area. The Neighbourhood Policing Team continue to monitor this and persons who have already been warned will be issued Fixed Penalty Notices.

  • Updated 09October

    Ings - Priority 2 - To Combat Crime and Anti Social Behaviour in the Regeneration Area

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team is conducting daily Police patrols to reduce future anti social behaviour and thefts from void properties and will continue to do this. Patrols will continue in and around the regeneration area until the demolition phase and the new building process has been completed. Members of the public are encouraged to report all incidents of anti social behaviour.

    Update: The Neighbourhood Policing Team have been conducting extra patrols in the area recently due to the opening of the newly built MUGA (multi use games area) and a number of noise complaints relating to older groups of youths misusing the facility.

  • Updated 09October

    Ings - Priority 3 - Anti Social Behaviour - Phoenix Close/Apollo Walk

    This is a new priority that has just been set after the council had received numerous complaints of anti social behaviour on Phoenix Close/Apollo Walk.

    Update: The Neighbourhood Policing Team will be conducting regular patrols in and around the area. During September no calls for service had been received for this ward priority.

  • Updated 06November

    INGS - Priority 1 - Address parking problems in and around Tweendykes Shops

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team have received numerous complaints regarding parking issues on Ings Road and Sutton House Road mainly around the shopping area. It is an offence to park on double yellow lines or in a manner likely to cause unnecessary obstruction. We are committed to working with local communities to solve this problem and have taken the approach to initially warn drivers. If this continues then the only option is enforcement and parking fines will be issued.

    Update: A number of warning letters have been issued and verbal advice given to members of the public found parked illegally in this area. The Neighbourhood Policing Team continue to monitor this and persons who have already been warned will be issued fixed penalty notices.

  • Updated 06November

    INGS - Priority 2 - To Combat Crime and Anti Social Behaviour in the Regeneration Area

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team are conducting daily Police patrols to reduce future anti-social behaviour and thefts from void properties and will continue to do this. Patrols will continue in and around the regeneration area until the demolition phase and the new building process have been completed. Members of the public are encouraged to report all incidents of anti-social behaviour.

    Update: The Neighbourhood Policing Team have been conducting extra patrols in the area recently due to the opening of the newly built MUGA (multi use games area) and a number of noise complaints relating to older groups of youths misusing the facility.

  • Updated 06November

    INGS - Anti Social Behaviour - Phoenix Close/Apollo Walk

    This is a new priority that has just been set after the Council had received numerous complaints of anti-social behaviour in Phoenix/Apollo Walk area.

    Update: The Neighbourhood Policing Team will be conducting regular patrols in and around the area.

  • Updated 01May

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Possession of Drugs

    Reduce drug possession offences.

    We did

    A boy was cautioned for possession of drugs outside of Wilberforce College, Saltshouse Road.

  • Updated 01May

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Shoplifting

    Reduce offences of shoplifting.

    We did

    A man has been charged with five offences relating to theft from shops on the Ings Ward and Hessle area.

  • Updated 01May

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Theft of Pedal Cycle

    Reduce theft of pedal cycle offences.

    We did

    A boy was charged with theft of a pedal cycle from outside of Asda, Savoy Road, Hull.

  • Updated 05June

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Breach of Anti Social Behaviour Order

    Breach of anti social behaviour order.

    We did

    A woman was arrested for breach of her anti social behaviour order.

  • Updated 05June

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Shoplifters

    Numerous people arrested for shop thefts on the Ings Ward.

    We did

    Numerous people have been arrested for shop thefts on the Ings Ward. Main problem areas are Asda, Savoy Road and the Co-op, Saltshouse Road, Hull.

  • Updated 05June

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Criminal Damage

    Criminal damage to a residential property.

    We did

    A woman was dealt with by way of restorative practice for a criminal damage to a residential property on Mitcham Road, Hull.

  • Updated 02July

    You said

    Offenders brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    To reduce offences of theft from shops.

    We did

    Numerous people have been arrested for shop thefts on the Ings Ward. The main problem areas continue to be Asda, Savoy Road and the Co-op, Saltshouse Road, Hull. One of the arrests was as a direct result of the new Shop Watch Radio Scheme.

  • Updated 31July

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Failing to Comply with a Community Order

    Failing to comply with a Community Order.

    We did

    Lee Cheney, 29, of Gleneagles Park, East Hull, was ordered to carry out 94 hours of unpaid work for failing to comply with a Community Order. He was also ordered to pay £50 costs.

  • Updated 31July

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Breach of Suspended Sentence

    Breach of suspended sentence.

    We did

    Daniel Harrison, 31, of Staveley Road, East Hull, was jailed for two weeks for being in possession of cannabis while serving a suspended prison sentence.

  • Updated 31July

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Fraud

    Failed to disclose to the Department for Work and Pensions and Hull City Council full and accurate details of her capital.

    We did

    Christine Broadley, 50, of Welland Road, East Hull, will be electronically tagged and must observe a four month curfew for five counts of fraud. She dishonestly failed to disclose to the Department for Work and Pensions and Hull City Council full and accurate details of her capital, affecting her entitlement to Income Support, Council Tax benefit and Jobseekers allowance. Broadley must not leave her home between 2100 hrs and 0700 hrs, except between August 16 and 30, and must pay £85 costs and a £60 victim surcharge.

  • Updated 31July

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Road Traffic Offence

    Banned from driving for drink driving.

    We did

    Francis Dawson, 53, of Ings Road, East Hull, was fined £110 and banned from driving for a year for drink driving. He must pay £85 costs and a £20 surcharge.

  • Updated 31July

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Road Traffic Offence

    Banned from driving for drink driving.

    We did

    Lisa Townend, 39, of Wisteria Way, East Hull, was banned from driving for 17 months and fined £165 for drink driving. She must pay £85 costs and a £20 surcharge.

  • Updated 31July

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    Paul Nelson was ordered to complete a drug rehabilitation for stealing.

    We did

    Paul Nelson, 41, of Amethyst Road, East Hull, was ordered to complete a six month drug rehabilitation requirement for stealing confectionery and washing liquid from Co-operative and One Stop. He must pay £85 costs, a £60 victim surcharge and £35.40 compensation.

  • Updated 31July

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Road Traffic Offence

    Road traffic offence.

    We did

    Liam Verity, 26, of Charnock Avenue, East Hull, was given six points on his licence for driving without insurance. He was also fined £400 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £40 victim surcharge.

  • Updated 31July

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Assault

    Assault a police officer whilst on duty.

    We did

    Carol Williams, 57, of Sinclair Crescent, East Hull, was conditionally discharged for 18 months for assaulting Police Constable Jamie Powdrill whilst on duty and for failing to surrender to custody at Hull Magistrates’ Court, having been released on bail. She was ordered to pay £300 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.

  • Updated 31July

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft and Other Offences

    Shop theft and other offences.

    We did

    Nicola Bogg, 28, of Wexford Avenue, East Hull, was jailed for 24 weeks for stealing £50 of clothes from Matalan, seven packs of bacon, worth £18.13 and two crates of Stella Artois lager, worth £20.98 from One Stop convenience store and carrying a meat cleaver without lawful authority in Anson Road, East Hull. There was no separate penalty for attempting to possess Diazepam.

  • Updated 08September

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice

    To reduce offences relating to drug use.

    We did

    Paul Critchlow, 46 years, previously of East Hull, who conned banks out of thousands of pounds is facing years in jail after he was found guilty of supplying £2.4m of cocaine. He was convicted by a jury of Conspiring to Supply Class A drugs after an eight-week trial in Nottingham, which followed an investigation between Humberside and Nottinghamshire Police Forces.

    Read more: http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/Hull-mechanic-Paul-Critchlow-supplied-2-4m/story-22755688-detail/story.html#ixzz3BtRs6RVD

  • Updated 08September

    You said

    Offenders brought to Justice

    To reduce burglary offences.

    We did

    John Fairburn, 33 years of Valiant Drive, East Hull was sentenced to eight months in prison for a burglary and four months for possession of a knife. Fairburn, a prolific offender, targeted an elderly man’s home so he could steal to buy drugs after spotting the homeowner enjoying a pint in the pub.

    Read the full story: http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/Prolific-east-Hull-offender-John-Fairburn-watched/story-22737268-detail/story.html#ixzz3BtQZkK31

    John Ledner, 39 years of East Hull, a prolific burglar, has been jailed for two years after trying to break into a house while a young family were inside. Drug addict Ledner has been described as a “career criminal” with an appalling record for burglary. Ledner was on prison licence at the time after being jailed for three-and-a-half years for a series of burglaries in 2012.

    He had also been jailed in 2005 for robbing a Sunday school teacher as she made her way home from church.

    Read more: http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/Hull-burglar-John-Ledner-jailed-walking-door/story-21332726-detail/story.html#ixzz3BtaavBnV

  • Updated 08September

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice

    To reduce offences of harassment.

    We did

    Victoria Drury, 32 years, of Camberwell Way, East Hull, was given a 16-day Supervision requirement and a Restraining Order for harassing Katie Meer. She was also fined £35 and ordered to pay a £60 victim surcharge.

  • Updated 08September

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice

    To reduce offences of theft from shops and criminal damage.

    We did

    Louis Fowler, 18 years, from Ajax Close, East Hull, was conditionally discharged for 12 months for stealing Jagermeister and eight cans of Stella and for damaging a van belonging to KWL Construction and Maintenance Ltd. He was also ordered to pay £400 compensation, £85 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.

  • Updated 08September

    You said

    Offenders brought to Justice

    To reduce offences of theft from shop.

    We did

    Cameron Gibson, 19 years, of Valiant Drive, East Hull, was conditionally discharged for 12 months for stealing a bottle of Jagermeister and a case of Budweiser. He was ordered to pay £85 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.

    Shaun Whitelam, 45 years, of Regis Court, East Hull, was fined £50 for stealing fresh meat worth £50 from Tesco Express. He was ordered to pay £30 costs and a £20 victim surcharge.

  • Updated 08September

    You said

    Offenders brought to Justice

    To reduce road traffic related offences.

    We did

    Alan Stevens, 50 years, of Ebor Close, East Hull, was given three points on his licence for driving without due care and attention. He was also fined £200 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £20 victim surcharge

    Craig Rodgers, 29 years, of Highgate Close, East Hull, received a 12-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months and was banned from driving for four years for drink-driving in Holderness Road, East Hull, on an off-road quad bike and driving while disqualified. He must pay £85 costs and an £80 surcharge.

    Garry Brown, 57 years, of Ellesmere Avenue, East Hull, was fined £600 and had six points put on his licence for failing to identify to police a driver who was alleged to have committed an offence. He must pay £85 costs and a £60 surcharge.

    Tammy George, 36 years, of Douglas Road, East Hull, was given six points on her licence for driving without insurance. She was also fined £400 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £40 victim surcharge.

    Liam Verity, 26 years, of Charnock Avenue, East Hull, was given six points on his licence for driving without insurance. He was also fined £400 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £40 victim surcharge

  • Updated 08September

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice

    To reduce offences relating to criminal damage.

    We did

    Matthew Sims, 28, of Holm Garth Drive, East Hull, must pay £200 compensation for damaging a car windscreen. He must pay £85 costs and a £15 surcharge.

  • Updated 08September

    You said

    Offenders brought to Justice

    To reduce offences of assault.

    We did

    Carol Williams, 57 years, of Sinclair Crescent, East Hull, was conditionally discharged for 18 months for assaulting Jamie Powdrill, who was a Constable on duty and for failing to surrender to custody at Hull Magistrates Court, having been released on bail. She was ordered to pay £300 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.

    Dominic Butler, 23 years, of Kimmeridge Close, Hull, was conditionally discharged for two years for assaulting Michael Danby by beating him and moving a CCTV camera. He was ordered to pay £200 compensation and pay a £15 victim surcharge.

    Wayne Audsley, 49 years, of Curlew Close, Bransholme, was sent to prison for 20 weeks, suspended for two years, for assaulting Sasha Day by beating her. He was also given a two year Supervision requirement and ordered to pay £620 costs and an £80 victim surcharge.

  • Updated 09October

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    Theft from numerous shops.

    We did

    Paul Nelson, 41, of Amethyst Road, Bilton Grange, east Hull, was jailed for 24 weeks for stealing cheese to the value of £15 from Tesco, chocolate bars to the value of £20 from McColl’s, cheese and bacon to the value of £23 and eight packs of bacon to the value of £13.60 from Heron Frozen Foods. He must pay a surcharge of £80.

  • Updated 09October

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Drink Driving

    Banned from driving for 18 months.

    We did

    Trevor Mann, 50, of Howdale Road, east Hull, was fined £110 and banned from driving for 18 months for drink driving. He must pay £85 costs and a £20 surcharge.

  • Updated 09October

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    Theft and breach of anti social behaviour order.

    We did

    Christopher Whinn, 39, of no fixed abode, was jailed for 24 weeks for stealing alcohol and food to the value of £46.17 from Asda, breaching an anti social behaviour order and assault by beating.

  • Updated 09October

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Driving Offence

    Driving without insurance.

    We did

    Louie Patterson, 18, of Lapwing Close, Bransholme, was fined £110 and had six points put on his license for driving without insurance.

  • Updated 09October

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Begging

    Begging in Paragon Street.

    We did

    Mark South, 49, of Calderdale, Sutton Park, was discharged conditionally for 12 months for begging in Paragon Street, City Centre. He was fined £50 for breaching a suspended sentence and must pay a £15 victim surcharge.

  • Updated 09October

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Traffic Offence

    Fail to identify to police.

    We did

    Steven Coupland, 56, of Astral Close, Hessle, was fined £300 and had six points put on his license for failing to identify to police a driver who was alleged to have committed an offence. He must pay £85 costs and a £30 surcharge.

  • Updated 09October

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Threatening Behaviour

    Threatening behaviour.

    We did

    Graham Ingram, 33, of Staines Close, east Hull, was conditionally discharged for six months for threatening behaviour. He was also ordered to pay £85 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.

  • Updated 09October

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft and Criminal Damage

    Theft from Asda.

    We did

    Mr Shaun Michael Whitelam of no fixed abode stole 3 packs of steaks and 4 chocolate bars to the value of £23.59 belonging to Asda stores. Whitlam was sentenced to 16 weeks in total as he breached a suspended sentence.

  • Updated 06November

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice

    Male recalled to prison for breaching his licence.

    We did

    Gary WAY, a prolific shop theft offender, has been sentenced to prison for 26 weeks for breaching his licence conditions and numerous shop thefts including targeting the Co-operative store, Saltshouse Road, Hull.

  • Updated 06November

    You said

    Offenders brought to Justice

    To reduce offences of theft from shop.

    We did

    Nicola BOGG, 28 years of Wexford Avenue, East Hull, must undergo six months of drug rehabilitation as part of a 12-month Community Order for stealing condoms worth £11.49 from Asda; eight jars of coffee, worth £41 from Co-op; £20 of meat from One Stop shop; detergents and milk worth £13.39 from the same store; £40 of meat from Co-op; two pairs of shoes and a leather jacket, worth £80.97 from New Look; four packs of steak and a handbag, worth £115 from Marks & Spencer and cheese, gammon and a cereal bar, worth £10 from Wharfedale Newsagents. She was fined £35 and must pay £41 compensation, £130 costs and a £60 surcharge.

    David PEARCE, 34 years of Ash Grove, West Hull, was sentenced to five months in jail, suspended for 12 months, for being in possession of amphetamines, stealing £10 of chocolate bars from Nisa Stores and for failing to surrender to Hull Magistrates’ Court and Clough Road Police Station while on bail. He was ordered to pay £85 costs and an £80 victim surcharge.

    Nichola HOWSON, 36 years of James Reckitt Avenue, East Hull, was jailed for 23 weeks for stealing three bottles of perfume, worth £88.49 from Boots and breaching a suspended sentence.

    Jamie-Lee GUFFICK, 21 years of Regis Court, Bilton Grange, East Hull, must do, must do 100 hours of unpaid work and comply with an 18-month Community Order for stealing two bottles of alcohol and a plant, worth £84.98 from Morrisons, a Panasonic Sound Bar, Beats Headphones, a pack of black towels, socks, a short-sleeved top and briefs, worth £205.50 from Asda Living, a £35 fish tank from Pets At Home and breaching a Community Order. She must pay £86 costs and a £60 surcharge.

  • Updated 06November

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice

    To reduce offensive weapon offences.

    We did

    Alius AMBULTA, 29 years of Holm Garth Drive, East Hull, was sentenced to 12 weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months, for having a 5 inch kitchen knife in a public place. He was also ordered to pay an £80 surcharge.

  • Updated 06November

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice

    Male fined for food hygiene offences.

    We did

    Ying NI, 28 years of Holderness Road, East Hull, was fined £750 for failing a series of food and hygiene procedures at Moon River. He was also ordered to pay a £750 fine, £500 costs, and a £75 victim surcharge.

  • Updated 06November

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice

    To reduce offences of assault on police.

    We did

    Carl SEDDON, 53 years of Astral Way, Sutton, Hull, was given an eight-week curfew between 10pm and 7am daily for assaulting PC Cowley in the execution of his duty and for causing harassment, alarm and distress by using threatening words and behaviour. He was also ordered to pay £100 costs and a £60 victim surcharge.

  • Updated 06November

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice

    Breach of Non-molestation order.

    We did

    Lloyd DALTON, 31 years of Clear View Close, East Hull, was discharged conditionally for six months for breaching a Non-molestation Order by delivering a birthday card. He must pay £85 costs and a £15 surcharge.

  • Updated 06November

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice

    To reduce offences of assault.

    We did

    Dane O’HARA, 26 years of Mortlake Close, Ings Road, East Hull, received a 16-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, for assault by beating, described as a “sustained attack on a vulnerable victim”. He must comply with a 12-month Community Order, including six months of drug rehabilitation, and must pay £85 costs and an £80 surcharge.

  • Updated 06November

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice

    Man fined and banned for driving without insurance and without due care and attention.

    We did

    Jamie APPLEBY, 32 years of Winchester Avenue, East Hull, was fined £100 and banned from driving for 28 days for driving without insurance and driving without due care and attention. He must pay a £20 surcharge.

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Bransholme Police Station Goodhart Road Hull

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9/9/2014

From 14:00 until 15:30

Police Surgeries

Library, Ings Centre, Savoy Road, Hull.
HU8 0TX

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14/10/2014

From 14:00 until 15:30

Police Surgeries

Library, Ings Centre, Savoy Road, Hull.
HU8 0TX

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:Police Surgery

14/10/2014

From 14:00 until 15:30

Police Surgeries

Library Ings Centre Hull

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18/11/2014

From 14:00 until 15:30

Police Surgeries

Library Ings Centre Hull

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:POLICE SURGERY

5/12/2014

From 14:00 until 15:30

Police Surgeries

Library Ings Centre, Savoy Road, Hull.
HU8 0TX

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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: Ings

The dedicated Neighbourhood Policing Team is based at the Bransholme Police Station and forms part of the larger East and Park Team.

Ings Neighbourhood covers the same area as the Ings Council Ward. The neighbourhood is residential and covers the Ings Local Authority housing estate, Spring Cottage, Salthouse Road and part of Marfleet Lane.

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. 

The 2001 census revealed there were 5460 households of which 55% were owner occupied.

The neighbourhood has four primary schools: Ings, Bellfield, Neasden and Spring Cottage.

There are seven public houses: the Savoy and Robin on Ings estate; Salthouse Tavern and Royal Charter on Salthouse Road; the Four in Hand and Crooked Billet on Holderness Road; and the Barham on Marfleet Lane.

There are several small retail areas, one located on Savoy Road; another on Dalsetter Rise; two Sainsburys stores on Ings Road and Marfleet Lane; and a Tesco Express on Holderness Road.

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.

Ings is policed by D Division

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Chief Superintendent Scott Young

Commander for D Division

About street level crime information: Ings

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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