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    Inspector Steve Lamb (5693)

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    Sergeant Richard West (570)

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    Police Constable Andrew Derbyshire (2292)

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    Police Constable Pete Dawson (1518)

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    PCSO Fiona MacDonald (7645)

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    PCSO Mark Lutkin (7545)

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    PCSO Tricia Hook (7555)

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    PCSO David Nimmo (7629)

  • Updated 18June

    Nuisance Motorcycles

    Following a survey of residents in the area, the subject of nuisance motorcycles in the Orchard Park and Greenwood area was raised again and remains a ward priority.

  • Updated 18June

    Cycling on the footpaths

    Despite the Neighbourhood Policing Team issuing several tickets for cycling on the footpath, this still is a topic of concern for residents in the area.

  • Updated 07May

    ORCHARD PARK & GREENWOOD - PRIORITY 1 - Nuisance Motorcycles

    Although the problem seems to have decreased a little over the past few weeks, we are still experiencing problems on the estate and are keen to identify the offenders who continue to cause nuisance by riding unregistered bikes. Should anyone have any information regarding the identity of any offenders, this should be passed to the local Northern Policing Team at Hall Road Police Station. As the fine weather increases we are expecting a rise in calls regarding nuisance motorcycles. To try and counteract this, we are planning to run ‘Operation Espionage’ again.

    There will continue to be a joint venture between Northern NPT, our colleagues at Cottingham NPT, the Northern Area Team and the Anti-Social Behaviour Team. We will continue to target the most popular areas for off-road motorcycles such as the fields to the rear of the old Sir Henry Cooper School, Dane Park Pitch and Putt and playing fields. The intention is to seize illegal motorcycles and deal with the riders for any offences committed as well as educating others on the dangers of riding without the correct safety equipment and highlighting the nuisance factor residents in the area are suffering.

  • Updated 07May

    ORCHARD PARK & GREENWOOD - PRIORITY 2 - Shed and Garage Burglaries

    There has been a reduction of 50% in non-dwelling burglaries in our area during the month of April 2014. There were 15 reported shed/garage burglaries as opposed to 30 the previous month. We continue to use both uniformed and plain clothed Police patrols in and around offence locations in an attempt to reduce and prevent further offences being committed. Please ensure that your shed is as secure as it can be. Power tools, pedal cycles, gardening equipment such as strimmers, mowers, hedge cutters appear to be the items that the burglars are targeting. Even though we have seen a reduction in shed burglaries in our area, we would still like residents to be aware that there are still people out there who will target sheds and garages. Please ensure that all property is stored securely.

    A problem encountered by the Police is that when property is recovered it is often not security marked and this poses a difficulty in returning the property to the rightful owner. Property should be security marked and it is advised that property should be registered on the immobilise.com website.

  • Updated 07May

    ORCHARD PARK & GREENWOOD - PRIORITY 3 - Vehicle Crime

    There have been 7 reported vehicle crimes during April 2014 which is considerably down on the preceding month when 28 incidents were reported. We would urge vehicle owners to be vigilant when leaving cars and vans unattended. We would like to take the opportunity to remind you of the following steps to take:

    1. Please remove all valuables, sat navs (including holders) and phones from view.

    2. Wipe tell tale marks from the windscreen as this gives away you have a sat nav and could be somewhere in the car.

    3. Park in a well lit area and be aware who is around when you leave your vehicle.

    4. Remember to set the alarm if there is one fitted to your vehicle.

    5. Remember to lock your vehicle and if you have central locking please make sure that the locks have engaged prior to leaving your vehicle.

    6. Offenders are now more aware that vehicle owners are keeping their valuables in the boot. This is often the first place they target when attacking vehicles. If you have anything valuable, rather than putting it in the boot, take it with you and keep it at home when you leave your vehicle parked.

    These are very easy and simple steps to take and could save a whole lot of trouble and inconvenience in the long run.

  • Updated 29May

    ORCHARD PARK AND GREENWOOD - Priority 1 - Nuisance Motorcycles

    Still an ongoing priority within the Orchard Park Estate and Greenwood area and probably still will be for some time to come.

    Operation Espionage has been organised and will be a joint operation between C Division Neighbourhood Police Teams, Northern Neighbourhood Policing Team staff and Humberside Fire and Rescue. This will target specific areas of North Hull, where the problems are most frequently reported.

    Users of motorcycles will be spoken to, offered advice and also given an insight regarding the problems their motorcycles cause. Should any offences be revealed, then they will also be dealt with accordingly. Details of how the operation went will be posted in later Streetbeats.

    Staff from the Neighbourhood Policing Team seized a mini-moto earlier this month. The bike will be destroyed and will cause no further problems.

  • Updated 29May

    ORCHARD PARK AND GREENWOOD - Priority 2 - Shed and Garage Burglaries

    Incidents are still relatively low thanks to the great work by staff at the Neighbourhood Policing Team and the use of both uniformed and non uniformed officers on patrol. Crime prevention advice has been given via surgeries and home visits and homeowners seem to be taking this advice on board. Unfortunately when we do get a burglary, cycles are still the preferred items for thieves to take, especially the high value ones. If you have a cycle which you would like security etching, please contact the NPT office or speak to the PCSO’s.

    We are still promoting immobilise.com and would like all residents to take the time to security mark their property and list it on the website. Once registered, if your property is located, the website can be checked and you stand a good chance of being reunited with it.

    There have been 11 incidents of burglary non dwelling. 1 incident was dealt with by Community Resolution.

  • Updated 29May

    ORCHARD PARK AND GREENWOOD - Priority 3 - Vehicle Crime

    Vehicle crime is still at a low level for this month. Again it is partly due to increased patrols and making vehicle owners aware of the problems caused by leaving valuables and property on show.

    To stop your vehicle being targeted, please follow these simple rules;

    1. Please remove all valuables, sat navs (including holders) and phones from view.

    2. Wipe tell tale marks from the windscreen as this gives away you have a sat nav and it could be somewhere in the car.

    3. Park in a well lit area and be aware who is around when you leave your vehicle.

    4. Remember to set the alarm if there is one fitted to your vehicle.

    5. Remember to lock your vehicle and if you have central locking please make sure that the locks have engaged prior to leaving your vehicle.

    6. Offenders are now more aware that vehicle owners are keeping their valuables in the boot. This is often the first place they target when attacking vehicles. If you have anything valuable, rather than putting it in the boot, take it with you and keep it at home when you leave your vehicle parked.

    These are very easy and simple steps to take and could save a whole lot of trouble and inconvenience in the long run.

    There have been 11 theft from motor vehicle incidents and 3 theft of motor vehicle incidents reported in May. One person was charged.

  • Updated 14July

    Orchard Park and Greenwood - Priority 1 - Nuisance Motorcycles

    Still an ongoing priority within the Orchard Park and Greenwood area and probably still will be for some time to come.

    Operation Espionage was carried out early June, involving officers from the Northern Neighbourhood Policing Team as well as the Cottingham Neighbourhood Policing Team. One mini-moto was seized from King George playing field and has been disclaimed by the rider / owner. This has been destroyed by the recovery agent.

    The fields were visited on numerous occasions throughout the day by officers and anyone on the field with a motorcycle was spoken to and given advice regarding the nuisance they were causing. Although disgruntled and saying they have nowhere else to go and ride, all people spoken to appeared to understand the issues raised and left the area. Unfortunately, the following weekend, we still had several other motorcycles on the field.

    The landowner has had a letter hand delivered to him requesting the field be ploughed and steps taken to make the land more secure and inaccessible to riders. East Riding Council are also looking at the possibility of putting large concrete blocks in the areas where there is access to the land.

  • Updated 14July

    Orchard Park and Greenwood

    We have had a spike in shed and garage burglaries in the area of the evens avenues. The Neighbourhood Policing Team have been actively patrolling the area during late shifts to give reassurance to residents.

    We are still promoting immobilise.com and would like all residents to take the time to security mark their property and list it on the website. Once registered, if your property is located, the website can be checked and you stand a good chance of being reunited with it.

    There have been 6 incidents of burglary (non dwelling), 6 incidents of dwelling burglaries (50% increase since May 2014) (1 person charged).

  • Updated 14July

    Orchard Park and Greenwood - Priority 3 - Vehicle Crime

    Still relatively low, again due to the amount of time patrols are in the area and hopefully vehicle owners being aware of our crime prevention advice.

    To stop your vehicle being targeted, please follow these simple rules;

    1. Please remove all valuables, sat navs (including holders) and phones from view.

    2. Wipe tell-tale marks from the windscreen as this gives away you have a sat nav and it could be somewhere in the car.

    3. Park in a well lit area and be aware who is around when you leave your vehicle.

    4. Remember to set the alarm if there is one fitted to your vehicle.

    5. Remember to lock your vehicle and, if you have central locking, please make sure that the locks have engaged prior to leaving your vehicle.

    6. Offenders are now more aware that vehicle owners are keeping their valuables in the boot. This is often the first place they target when attacking vehicles. If you have anything valuable, rather than putting it in the boot, take it with you and keep it at home when you leave your vehicle parked.

    These are very easy and simple steps to take and could save a whole lot of trouble and inconvenience in the long run.

    There have been three theft from motor vehicle incidents and no theft of motor vehicle incidents reported in June.

  • Updated 01August

    Orchard Park and Greenwood - Priority 1 - Nuisance Motorcycles

    The area is still having issues with motorcycles being used in an anti social manner. One particular area which is becoming a ‘hot spot’ is the fields around Dane Park Road. We are still patrolling the areas most affected and will still be seizing any nuisance motorcycles we can stop.

    We would still welcome information relating to properties where bikes are located. This can either be via the 101 number, at the Neighbourhood Policing Team Office on Hall Road or by speaking to one of the Neighbourhood Officers. All information can be given anonymously.

    The fields adjacent to the A1079 are still being used as an unofficial off road track. We are still in talks with the landowner to see what can be done and a meeting is being arranged for the near future. Both the Neighbourhood Police Team and East Riding Council are aware of the problems and we are looking at possible solutions. Any further information will be posted in future editions of Streetbeat.

    One of the possible solutions given to us by riders we have spoken to, is an organised area where riders can use their bikes safely and without causing a nuisance to residents in the area. Unfortunately, we have looked into this possibility and at this time, we are unable to offer any such area within the city boundary.

    The Neighbourhood Policing Team is looking to see if we can engage with any of the local bike tracks outside of the City to offer this as an option.

  • Updated 01August

    Orchard Park and Greenwood - Priority 2 - Shed and Garage Burglaries

    A decrease in reported incidents since last month. Hopefully, residents are starting to become security aware and securing outbuildings and deterring offenders.

    We are still promoting IMMOBILISE.COM and would like all residents to take the time to security mark their property and list it on the website. Once registered, if your property is located, the website can be checked and you stand a good chance of being reunited with it.

    There have been 4 reported incidents in July.

    Cycles are still the target of offenders, especially the high value ones. If you do have a cycle, valuable or not, lock the wheel to the frame and the frame to a secure part of the shed or garage. We have had cases where either the wheels have been removed or have been left and the frame taken. If you have two different locks, use them both. A little time taken can save a lot of anguish later.

  • Updated 01August

    Orchard Park and Greenwood - Priority 3 - Vehicle Crime

    Still relatively low, again due to the amount of time patrols are in the area and hopefully vehicle owners being aware of our crime prevention advice.

    To stop your vehicle being targeted, please follow these simple rules;

    1. Please remove all valuables, sat navs (including holders) and phones from view.

    2. Wipe tell tale marks from the windscreen as this gives away you have a sat nav and could be somewhere in the car.

    3. Park in a well lit area and be aware who is around when you leave your vehicle.

    4. Remember to set the alarm if there is one fitted to your vehicle.

    5. Remember to lock your vehicle and if you have central locking please make sure that the locks have engaged prior to leaving your vehicle.

    6. Offenders are now more aware that vehicle owners are keeping their valuables in the boot. This is often the first place they target when attacking vehicles. If you have anything valuable, rather than putting it in the boot, take it with you and keep it at home when you leave your vehicle parked.

    These are very easy and simple steps to take and could save a whole lot of trouble and inconvenience in the long run.

    There have been 2 theft from motor vehicle incidents and no theft of motor vehicle incidents reported in July.

  • Updated 08September

    Orchard Park and Greenwood - Priority 1 - Nuisance Motorcycles

    The area continues to have issues with motorcycles being used in an anti social manner. The fields around Dane Park Road still remain a ‘hot spot’. We are still patrolling the areas most affected and will use our powers of seizure, should they apply.

    The police welcome any information relating to properties where bikes are located. This can either be via the 101 number, at the Neighbourhood Policing Team Office on Hall Road or by speaking to one of the Neighbourhood Officers. All information can be given anonymously.

    The fields adjacent to the A1079 are still being used as an unofficial off-road track. Talks with the landowner are ongoing to see what can be done to prevent or limit access onto the land and a meeting has yet to be arranged. Both the Neighbourhood Policing Team and East Riding Council are aware of the problems and we are looking at possible solutions. Concrete bollards have been placed along the lay-by adjacent to where access is being gained but this has only had a limited effect in preventing person(s) taking their bikes onto the land.

  • Updated 08September

    Orchard Park and Greenwood - Priority 2 - Shed and Garage Burglaries

    There has been an increase in reported incidents. In July there were 4 reported incidents and in August there have been 10 reports. Residents should ensure that their shed security is up to date and should also ensure that their sheds and outbuildings are locked when not in use.

    We are still promoting immobilise.com and would like all residents to take the time to security mark their property especially power tools and list them on the website. Once registered, if your property is located, the website can be checked and you stand a good chance of being reunited with it.

    Cycles continue to be the target of offenders, especially cycles of a high value. If you do have a cycle, valuable or not, lock the wheel to the frame and the frame to a secure part of the shed or garage. We have had cases where either the wheels have been removed or have been left and the frame taken. If you have two different locks, use them both. A little time taken can save a lot of anguish later.

  • Updated 08September

    Orchard Park and Greenwood - Priority 3 - Criminal Damage

    There have been 28 reports of Criminal Damage in August. If anyone has any information regarding who may be responsible for causing damage in our area they can report this via the police 101 number, at the Neighbourhood Policing Team Office on Hall Road or by speaking to one of the Neighbourhood Officers. All information can be given anonymously.

  • Updated 20October

    Orchard Park and Greenwood - Priority 1 - Nuisance Motorcycles

    Still no real decrease in the use of illegal off road motorcycles in the Dane Park area. We have had a report of a pedestrian being hit by one on Dane Park Pitch and Putt. Fortunately, the injuries were minor, however it could have been worse. Riders are now starting to wear helmets to try and avoid identification. We are still patrolling the area and trying to trace offenders.

    This ongoing issue does take up a lot of time and resources from the Neighbourhood Policing Team and we would welcome any information relating to properties where bikes are located. This can either be via the 101 number, at the Neighbourhood Policing Team Office on Hall Road or by speaking to one of the Neighbourhood Officers. All information can be given anonymously.

    We still have an issue with the fields next to the A1079 still being used as an unofficial race track. Both the Northern Neighbourhood Policing Team and our colleagues from C Division are in discussions with the owner of the field to see how best to resolve the situation. One idea is to deeply plough the field, therefore making it difficult to ride on. The East Riding Council have placed concrete bollards across an access area in one of the laybys on the A1079 to try and hinder access.

  • Updated 20October

    Orchard Park and Greenwood - Priority 2 - Shed and Garage Burglaries

    Good news that there has been a decrease in reported incidents of shed and garage burglaries. In August there were 10 reported incidents and in September there have been 5 reports. Residents should ensure that their shed security is up to date and should also ensure that their sheds and outbuildings are locked when not in use.

    We are still promoting immobilise.com and would like all residents to take the time to security mark their property especially power tools and list them on the website. Once registered, if your property is located, the website can be checked and you stand a good chance of being reunited with it.

    Cycles continue to be the main target of shed and garage offenders, especially cycles of a high value. If you leave your cycle unattended for even a short amount of time, make sure it is locked to a secure object. Offenders can steal it and be out of sight in seconds. Also, please be aware of who is around when you return to your home, especially if you do own a high value cycle. Offenders are not averse to watching properties to see where cycles are stored and returning later to steal them.

    If you do have a cycle, valuable or not, lock the wheel to the frame and the frame to a secure part of the shed or garage. We have had cases where either the wheels have been removed or have been left and the frame taken. If you have two different locks, use them both. A little time taken can save a lot of anguish later.

  • Updated 20October

    Orchard Park and Greenwood - Priority 3 - Criminal Damage

    We are still having problems in the area with damage to property and vehicles. The Neighbourhood Policing Team is actively patrolling the areas where this is most prevalent and showing a hi-vis presence to deter any would be offenders.

  • Updated 07May

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    Cycling on the Footpath

    Cycling Seminar Scheme

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    Still a hot topic amongst the residents of the area. PCSOs are still actively issuing tickets for the offence and we are still looking to proceed with the Cycling Seminar project previously reported.

    The scheme has been reported in the Hull Daily Mail and also on Look North, which provoked quite a lot of response from readers and viewers. It is hoped that once the scheme is authorised, it will educate riders to the dangers of riding on the footpaths and the hazards pedestrians face on a daily basis.

  • Updated 07May

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    Anti-Social Behaviour

    Information Needed re Group Causing Problems in the Area

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    Recently the Northern area has had issues with a particular group of youths causing problems. The group (including a number already known to staff at the NPT) has been causing problems at various locations. This ranges from general nuisance at McDonalds, Cottingham Road, to Criminal Damage and endangering road users by throwing stones and other missiles at traffic passing Shaw Park on Hall Road.

    The NPT is trying to gather evidence on these youths and we would like anyone who knows these youths by name and have suffered issues, to contact us and give statements. This would allow us to build up cases against them with a view to submitting ASBO applications.

    ASBOs are effective in controlling this kind of problem and can be tailored to suit the needs and wants of the neighbourhood. This could include, amongst other things, non-association clauses and exclusion areas. Breaching an ASBO can also result in the person who is issued it being arrested should they break any of the clauses imposed.

  • Updated 07May

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    Shop Thefts

    Reduce the number of Shop Theft offences

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    The NPT continues to be tasked with patrolling the local shops and supermarkets in order to try and reduce the number of shop theft offences. Officers will be visiting the shops and advising them of the current, active shoplifters, any intelligence and also providing a visible Police presence in the store. Operation Sodium is now up and running in all of the Sainsbury’s Local stores around the Hull area and is soon to be adopted by other shops and stores in the area. The idea of the Operation is to engage Security Officers and encourage them to prevent shop theft in the first instance by refusing entry to known shoplifters and also by being visible.

    Shop theft may seen to be a victimless crime but in the end we all suffer by being charged higher prices as the stores have to make up the difference for the goods stolen. Patrols will continue in the following months and it is hoped that by working with the stores that we will be able to reduce shop theft significantly.

    In April 2014 there were 8 reported Shop Thefts which is a reduction on the 17 reported Shop Thefts the previous month.

  • Updated 07May

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    Criminal Damage

    Reduce Criminal Damage

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    The reports of Criminal Damage have remained at the same level and there have been 28 reports of Criminal Damage reported on our area in the month of April 2014, only one less report than March. We urge the public to report any person/s seen committing criminal damage in the area and any information regarding person/s involved in such activity is of interest to the Police and can be reported to any member of the NPT.

  • Updated 07May

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    Parking near Schools

    Parents parking on double yellows near St Anthony’s Primary School

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    We have had a reduced number of calls from residents near to St Anthony’s Primary School on Dane Park Road. Initially, the complaints were parents constantly disregarding the double yellow lines and parking vehicles on them whilst dropping their children off at the school.

    The double yellow lines and zig-zag markings are there for the safety of the pupils and parents. They should not be ignored at any time during the times stated. We have requested that the Council Parking Enforcement Department attend in the area during school time to enforce the lines and issue tickets to offenders.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offender brought to Justice - Criminal Damage

    To reduce offences of criminal damage.

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    Seven youths were spoken to in relation to causing damage at the building site on Dibsdane, Hull, where 18 flats are being erected. The offence is to be dealt with by PCSO MacDonald and will be resolved by means of Community Resolution. The offenders will be litter picking in the area.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offender brought to Justice - Theft / Criminal Damage

    To reduce offences of theft and criminal damage.

    We did

    A Community Resolution session was held at St Mary’s School following a student from the school taking a cycle belonging to another without permission and removing brakes from it.

    Following enquiries, the student was identified and the session was organised. In the session, the offender apologised to the victim and agreed to repair the bike before handing back to the student in school.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offender brought to Justice - Dangerous Dogs

    To reduce dangerous dog offences.

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    Liam DREWERY appeared at court in relation to two Pit Bull type dogs. He was ordered to make sure the dogs were muzzled, walked on a lead by a person 16 years old or over whilst in a public place, castrated/spayed, microchipped, tattooed, 3rd party insurance paid and that they cannot be given away or allowed to stray.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offenders brought to Justice - Theft / Shop Theft

    To reduce offences of theft and shop theft.

    We did

    Jon BARRETT was sentenced to 28 weeks imprisonment for theft from a number of stores in the area as well as non-dwelling burglary where two electric drills were stolen.

    Scott BARRETT was sentenced to 12 weeks imprisonment for theft from a number of stores as well as a non-dwelling burglary where two electric drills were stolen.

  • Updated 14July

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Other Reported Crime - Update

    Other crime related statistics are;

    We did

    7 incidents of theft other, 2 theft of pedal cycles, 9 reported shop thefts (50% increase since May 2014 and 2 people have been charged), 13 incidents of Criminal Damage (a reduction of 57% !!!!), 2 drug offences (2 people received a caution) and 4 incidents of arson (wheelie bins).

  • Updated 01August

    You said

    Other reported Crime - Update

    Below are crime related statistics.

    We did

    7 incidents of Theft (other), 6 Theft of Pedal Cycles, 3 reported Shop Thefts and 7 incidents of Criminal Damage.

  • Updated 08September

    You said

    Other reported Crime - Update

    Below are crime related statistics.

    We did

    There has been an increase in theft which is up from 7 reported incidents in July to 14 incidents in August.

    Theft of pedal cycles is on the increase and in August there were 11 such reports as opposed to 6 reports in July.

    Criminal Damage which is a Ward priority has increased from 7 reported incidents in July to 28 reported incidents in August.

    In August there were 9 reported incidents of Dwelling Burglary and 10 reported Non-dwelling burglaries of sheds/garages.

    In August there were 4 reported incidents of theft from motor vehicles and 5 reported thefts of motor vehicles.

    There were 2 drugs related incidents reported in August and the people involved in these offences have been charged to court.

  • Updated 20October

    You said

    Other Reported Crime - Update

    Below are crime related statistics.

    We did

    Crimes in the Orchard Park and Greenwood area for September 2014 are:

    Thefts (Other) – 18
    Theft of pedal cycle – 3
    Criminal Damage – 36
    Dwelling Burglary – 6
    Non-dwelling burglary (sheds and garages) – 8
    Theft of Motor Vehicle – 2
    Theft from Motor Vehicle – 8

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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: Orchard Park and Greenwood

The dedicated Neighbourhood Policing Team is based at the Northern Police Station and forms part of the larger North Carr and Northern 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.

Orchard Park and Greenwood is policed by D Division

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Chief Superintendent Scott Young

Commander for D Division

About street level crime information: Orchard Park and Greenwood

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

Orchard Park and Greenwood

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