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Meet the team for Longhill

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    Sergeant Mark Peasgood (1230)

  • Pc_2401_dave_worrall

    Police Constable Dave Worrall (2401)

  • Pc_2294_dan_lee

    Police Constable Dan Lee (2294)

  • Pcso_7625_natalia_barker

    PCSO Natalia Barker (7625)

  • Pcso_7649_karen_latus

    PCSO Karen Latus (7649)

  • Pcso_7738_stephen_white

    PCSO Stephen White (7738)

  • Pcso_7757_john_sutton

    PCSO John Sutton (7757)

  • Updated 18June

    Combat drug abuse in and around the Valiant Drive/Greenwich Avenue area

    Combat drug abuse in and around Valiant Drive/Greenwich Avenue area – problem owner PS Peasgood/PC Lee.

    During May 2013 Police executed a Misuse of Drugs warrant at a flat in Valiant Drive. Two men were arrested on suspicion of supplying a controlled drug after a quantity of class A drugs were recovered. Both men were remanded in custody to appear in court at a later date.

  • Updated 28April

    Longhill - Priority 1 - Combat Drug Abuse in and around the Valiant Drive/Greenwich Ave area

    Combat drug abuse in and around Valiant Drive/Greenwich Avenue area – problem owner PS Peasgood/PC Lee.

    Lewis VICKERS of Amethyst Road, Hull and Darren HILTON of Easedale, Hull were stopped outside Valiant Drive flats, Hull and were each found in possession of plastic bags containing six small cannabis plants. Both were arrested for the offence on 12 March 2014 and received cautions.

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team continue to take positive action in relation to drug abuse and anti social behaviour in and around Valiant Drive and encourage residents to inform police by contact on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

  • Updated 28April

    Longhill - Combat Anti Social Behaviour in the Valiant Drive/Alderman Kneeshaw Park area

    During March 2014 Police received two calls for service from residents of Valiant Drive. One of the calls was regarding a drunken man who was sleeping rough within the block of flats. He is a known man and suitable advice was given and he moved on.

    Another report was about loud music being played from one of the flats. This complaint was passed onto Hull City Council Neighbourhood Nuisance Team who works closely with the police to resolve local anti social behaviour issues. Occupants of the flats are reminded to remain vigilant at all times on who they are letting into their blocks.

    The local Police Community Support Officers continue to conduct high visibility patrols to deter incidents and provide reassurance to the community.

  • Updated 01May

    LONGHILL - PRIORITY 1 - Combat Drug Abuse In and Around the Valiant Drive/Greenwich Ave Area

    Problem Owners: PS Peasgood/PC Lee

    Consent for a search was granted at an address on Thanet Road, Hull. Found in the rear bedroom of the address were numerous Cannabis plants at various stages of growth. A 33 year old man was arrested and charged and is currently on bail to attend Hull Magistrates Court to be dealt with for this offence.

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team continues to take positive action in relation to drug abuse and anti-social behaviour in and around Valiant Drive and encourages residents to inform Police by calling 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

  • Updated 01May

    LONGHILL - PRIORITY 2 - Combat Anti-Social Behaviour in the Valiant Drive/Alderman Kneeshaw Park Area

    During April 2014, Police received 4 calls for service from residents of Valiant Drive. One of the calls was regarding a drunken man within the block banging and knocking on a resident’s door to be let in. Police attended and the man’s details were taken and he was given words of advice to stay away from the area. Another report was of homeless persons attending at the flats, where residents were allowing them entry and they were then sleeping rough in the communal area of the flats. There were 2 Anti-Social Behaviour reports and they related to anti-social behaviour by children in the disabled parking bays area of the car park and loud music coming from a flat within one of the blocks. Hull City Council Anti-Social Behaviour Team is currently looking into both reports. Occupants of the flats are reminded to remain vigilant at all times with who they are letting into their blocks.

    The local Police Community Support Officers continue to conduct high visibility patrols to deter incidents and provide reassurance to the community.

  • Updated 06June

    Longhill - Priority 1 - Combat Drug Abuse in and around the Valiant Drive/Greenwich Ave Area

    Combat drug abuse in and around Valiant Drive/Greenwich Avenue area – problem owner PS Peasgood/PC Lee.

    We have had no reports of any drug activity within this area and no warrants have been carried out this month.

    The East Neighbourhood Policing Team continue to take positive action in relation to drug abuse and anti social behaviour in and around Valiant Drive and encourage residents to inform Police by contact on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

  • Updated 06June

    Longhill - Priority 2 - Combat Anti Social Behaviour in the Valiant Drive/Alderman Kneeshaw Park area

    During May 2014 Police received three calls for service from residents of Valiant Drive. One of the calls was regarding a drunken man within the block who was harassing residents. A Harassment Warning was issued to this man by the Police. Another was a report of a dispute between neighbours outside the blocks on the street. Police attended and gave advice to those neighbours and were advised to disperse which they did. The final report was of racial abuse from a neighbour within the flats to another resident. Racial abuse or any other abuse will not be tolerated and the Police, who work closely with Hull City Council, will be looking into these complaints and dealing with them.

    The local Police Community Support Officers continue to conduct high visibility patrols to deter incidents and provide reassurance to the community. PCSO’s during this month detained a wanted man who was visiting the flats who was wanted for a number of shop thefts from the Greenwich Avenue shops. Another resident was arrested and recalled to prison for a shop theft of coffee which had been stolen from the local Co-op store on Greenwich Avenue.

  • Updated 02July

    Longhill - Priority 1 - Combat Drug Abuse in and around the Valiant Drive/Greenwich Avenue Area

    Combat drug abuse in and around the Valiant Drive/Greenwich Avenue area – problem owner PS Peasgood/PC Lee.

    We have received no calls for service regarding drugs within this area.

    The East Neighbourhood Police Team continue to take positive action in relation to drug abuse and anti social behaviour in and around Valiant Drive and encourage residents to inform police by contact on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

  • Updated 02July

    Longhill - Priority 2 - Combat Anti Social Behaviour in the Valiant Drive/Alderman Kneeshaw Park Area

    We have received no calls for service in relation to Anti Social Behaviour within this area. A burglary was reported to us on the 9 June 2014 where the door of a flat was forced open and property stolen from within. Please remain vigilant and ensure your flat is secure at all times.

    The Local Police Community Support Officers continue to conduct high visibility patrols to deter incidents and provide reassurance to the community.

  • Updated 01May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Cycle Theft

    Cycle Theft

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    A 13 year old boy was arrested and charged with stealing a pedal cycle from outside the One Stop store on Marfleet Lane, Hull. On 16 April 2014, the boy approached a pedal cycle which was left insecure outside the store by a customer and rode away on it. He was later identified by Officers and is currently on court bail.

  • Updated 01May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    Shop Theft

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    A 22 year old man was arrested and charged with 2 Shop Thefts which occurred at the shops on Greenwich Avenue, Hull, on 13 and 18 March 2014. The man is currently on court bail until 6 May 2014 with conditions not to enter any retail premise on Greenwich Avenue. The man stole alcohol in both shop thefts.

  • Updated 01May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Burglary

    Burglary

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    A 31 year old man was arrested and charged with a Dwelling Burglary which occurred at a property on Frome Road, Hull, on 2 April 2014. The man entered the property through an insecure rear door then once in the kitchen stole a bottle of Brandy. The man is currently awaiting a date at Crown Court to be sentenced.

  • Updated 01May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Theft from Motor Vehicle

    Theft from Motor Vehicle

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    A 30 year old man was arrested and charged with Theft from Motor Vehicle which occurred on 22 April 2014. The man approached a vehicle left secure in the Swiss Cottage Public House car park on Main Road, Bilton and used force to bend the passenger door back, stealing items from within. The man is currently remanded in custody for a court date to be fixed.

  • Updated 06June

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    Philip Evans was convicted at Hull Magistrates Court for shop thefts.

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    Philip EVANS of No Fixed Abode, Hull was convicted at Hull Magistrates Court on 21 May 2014 for three shop thefts, all of which occurred at the Co-op store Greenwich Avenue, Hull. EVANS entered the store on the 5th, 12th and 13 May 2014 and on each occasion selecting various items of meat, concealing them within his jacket, a carrier bag or a rucksack before leaving the store on all occasions without offering payment for the items. EVANS received a 4 week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, £80 victim surcharge and was ordered to repay £45 back to the store in compensation.

  • Updated 06June

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    Brian Shaffi was convicted of shop thefts.

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    Brian SHAFFI of The Crossings Hostel, Hull was convicted on 19 May 2014 of two shop thefts which occurred on 18 May 2014 at the Co-op store, Greenwich Avenue, Hull. SHAFFI entered the store on the first occasion selecting £20 worth of Special Brew before leaving the store without offering payment. On the second occasion he entered the store and selected two blocks of Cathedral cheese which he concealed within his jacket. Upon leaving the store, SHAFFI was detained by security. SHAFFI is awaiting a Crown Court date for sentencing.

  • Updated 02July

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    Offender brought to Justice - Shop Theft / Breach of Anti Social Behaviour

    To reduce offences of shop theft and anti social behaviour.

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    Aaron EDGAR of Ark Royal, Hull was convicted at Hull Magistrates Court on 12 June 2014 for a shop theft which had occurred on 11 June 2014 at Asda, Main Road, Bilton, Hull. EDGAR entered the store, selecting a basket which he proceeded to fill with various items. He then attempted to leave the store via the fire exit and was stopped by security. This was also in breach of his ASBO, as one of the conditions of the ASBO is to not enter that store. EDGAR received a 20 week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, a 12 month Supervision requirement and 6 months of alcohol treatment.

  • Updated 02July

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    Offender brought to Justice - Criminal Damage / Assault Police / Threatening, Abusive and Disorderly Behaviour

    To reduce offences of criminal damage, assault police and using threatening, abusive and disorderly behaviour.

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    Scott MURRAY of Bainbridge Avenue, Hull was arrested on 1 June 2014 for the above offences. Officers attempted to speak to MURRAY on Greenwich Avenue, Hull for a separate offence when MURRAY became abusive towards officers before throwing cans of lager at the police car, causing damage to the vehicle and also hitting an officer. MURRAY was convicted on 13 June 2014 and received a Supervision requirement, a 10 week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, an unpaid work requirement and £80.00 victim surcharge.

  • Updated 02July

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    Offender brought to Justice - Theft from Shop

    To reduce offences of shop theft.

    We did

    Peter HERRING of Wadham Grove, Hull was convicted at Hull Magistrates Court on 9 June 2014 for a shop theft on 4 June 2014 at the McColls store on Greenwich Avenue, Hull. HERRING entered the store, selected various items, putting them into a store basket and then left the store without offering payment for the items. HERRING received a 16 week custodial sentence.

  • Updated 02July

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    Offender brought to Justice - Shop Theft / Possession of a Controlled Drug / Possession of an Offensive Weapon

    To reduce offences of shop theft, possessing controlled drugs and possessing an offensive weapon.

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    Nicola BOGG of Valiant Drive, Hull was convicted on 9 June 2014 for the above offences. BOGG was stopped in the street by officers where checks revealed she was wanted for a shop theft. On searching BOGG she was found in possession of a meat cleaver and an amount of blue tablets. BOGG received a 12 week custodial sentence, granted a 2 year ASBO on 5 February 2014 to last until 4 February 2016.

:Police Surgery

4/10/2012

From 20:00 until 21:00

Police Surgeries

Asda, Main Road, Bilton, Hull

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:Police Surgery

10/10/2012

From 11:30 until 12:30

Police Surgeries

Asda, Main Road, Bilton, Hull

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:Police Surgery

12/10/2012

From 10:30 until 11:30

Police Surgeries

Acorns Sure Start Centre, Nestor Grove, Hull

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:Police Surgery

29/10/2012

From 10:30 until 11:30

Police Surgeries

Bilton Housing Office, Greenwich Avenue, Hull
HU9 4UX

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:Street Briefing

6/12/2013

From 16:00 until 16:30

Street Briefings

Immingham Library, Pelham Road, Immingham
DN40 1QF

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:Open Access Youth Club Session

7/5/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

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Andrew Marvel Youth Centre Barham Road Hull
HU9 4EE

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:Police Surgery

12/5/2014

From 10:30 until 11:30

Police Surgeries

Bilton Grange Housing Office Greenwich Avenue Hull

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:Open Access Youth Club Session – Multi-Activity

14/5/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

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Andrew Marvell Youth Centre Barham Road Hull
HU9 4EE

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:Open Access Youth Club Session – Multi-Activity

21/5/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

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Andrew Marvell Youth Centre Barham Road Hull
HU9 4EE

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:Open Access Youth Club Session – Multi-Activity

28/5/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

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Andrew Marvell Youth Centre Barham Road Hull
HU9 4EE

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:Open Access Youth Club Session – Multi-Activity

4/6/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

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Andrew Marvell Youth Centre Barham Road Hull
HU9 4EE

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:Police Surgery

16/6/2014

From 10:30 until 11:30

Police Surgeries

Acorn Childrens Centre Nestor Grove Hull

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:Police Surgery

4/7/2014

From 10:30 until 11:30

Police Surgeries

Acorn Childrens Centre Nestor Grove Hull

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:Open Access Youth Club Session

11/6/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

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Andrew Marvel Youth Centre Barham Road Hull
HU9 4EE

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:Open Access Youth Club Session

18/6/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

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Andrew Marvel Youth Centre Barham Road Hull
HU9 4EE

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:Open Access Youth Club Session

25/6/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

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Andrew Marvel Youth Centre Barham Road Hull
HU9 4EE

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:Open Access Youth Club Session

2/7/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

Other meeting

Andrew Marvel Youth Centre Barham Road Hull
HU9 4EE

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:Police Surgery

21/7/2014

From 10:30 until 11:30

Police Surgeries

Bilton Grange Housing Office, Greenwich Avenue, Hull.
HU9 4UY

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:Open Access Youth Club Session

9/7/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

Police Surgeries

Andrew Marvell Youth Centre, Barham Road, Hull.
HU9 4EE

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:Open Access Youth Club Session

16/7/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

Other meeting

Andrew Marvell Youth Centre, Barham Road, Hull.
HU9 4EE

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:Open Access Youth Club Session

23/7/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

Other meeting

Andrew Marvell Youth Centre, Barham Road, Hull.
HU9 4EE

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:Open Access Youth Club Session

30/7/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

Other meeting

Andrew Marvell Youth Centre, Barham Road, Hull.
HU9 4EE

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:Open Access Youth Club Session

6/8/2014

From 18:30 until 20:00

Other meeting

Andrew Marvell Youth Centre, Barham Road, Hull.
HU9 4EE

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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: Longhill

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

The Longhill Neighbourhood covers the same area as the Longhill Council Ward. 

The Neighbourhood is residential and covers the Longhill and Bilton Grange Local Authority housing estates and Fleet Estate. 

The local secondary school, Andrew Marvell has special status for business and enterprise. The neighbourhood also has four primary schools: Longhill Primary; Wansbeck Primary; Thanet Primary; and Mountbatten Primary. 

There are six public houses in the Ward: the Dart and Crows Nest on Longhill; the Apollo and the Dolphin on Bilton Grange; and the Swiss Cottage close to Fleet estate. 

The largest retail premise on the neighbourhood is the Asda store close to the Fleet Estate. There is a Cooperative store and several small retail premises on Greenwich Avenue, Bilton Grange and a similar parade of retail premises on Shannon Road, Longhill. 

In 2008 a new health centre was opened on Shannon Road along with a library and other facilities. 

Neighbourhood policing is aimed at solving community problems and improving the quality of life of local people. The Neighbourhood Team works closely and effectively with all members of the community and partner agencies in order to achieve this. 

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.

Longhill is policed by D Division

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Chief Superintendent Scott Young

Commander for D Division

About street level crime information: Longhill

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