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    Inspector Steve Lamb (5693)

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    Sergeant Richard West (570)

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    Police Constable Nick Deacon (696)

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    Police Constable Pete Dawson (1518)

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    PCSO Craig Towle (7569)

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    PCSO Nadine Wilson (1976)

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    PCSO Jamie McMahon (7626)

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    PCSO Philip Wright (7582)

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    PCSO Alan Roberts (7597)

  • Updated 18June

    Nuisance Cyclists

    The Police have joint tasking meetings with local agencies/council once a fortnight to examine the local priorities and agree actions to be taken across the area. The new area priority being led by the Police is one of cycling on the footpath. There are a number of highly visible patrols being completed to deter these cyclists on major routes where the most complaints come in from members of the public. Patrols will deal with offences in a positive manner. Numerous warnings have been given and several £30 fixed penalty notices have been issued to offending cyclists.

  • Updated 18June

    Anti-Social Behaviour King George V Playing Fields

    The local council anti-social Behaviour Team are taking the lead on this priority and are currently collating information on the youths involved. The families will be spoken to and the situation is being closely monitored for an improvement. If there is no improvement seen then action will be taken against the youths identified. There has been an increased Police presence in the area which appears to be keeping the area quieter.

  • Updated 06May

    UNIVERSITY - PRIORITY 1 - Nuisance Cyclists

    Humberside Police has joint tasking meetings with local agencies/Council once a fortnight to examine the local priorities and agree actions to be taken across the area. The new area priority being led by the Police is cycling on the footpath. There are a number of highly visible patrols being completed to deter these cyclists on major routes where the most complaints come in from members of the public. Patrols will deal with offences in a positive manner. Numerous warnings have been given and eleven £50 Fixed Penalty Notices have been issued to offending cyclists. Patrols continue to deal with this offence where appropriate as simply riding on a footpath may not meet the points to prove for the offence. One male who was caught riding on a footpath failed to pay his fine and received a total fine of £305 at court. To say that the fines are insignificant or not paid is clearly untrue. This success at court has continued with further males receiving heavy fines at court for failing to pay for their initial Fixed Penalty Tickets or Traffic Offence Reports as they are now known.

    The Police Community Support Officers continue to issue Traffic Offence Reports throughout the area and in targeted problem patrol areas, to try to reduce the problem of cycling on footpaths. Any information that highlights problem areas for this kind of offence is welcome.

  • Updated 07May

    UNIVERSITY - PRIORITY 2 - Nuisance Motorcycles

    Intelligence is being gathered for this priority although there are no recent reports of nuisance motorcycles in the University Ward area. Generally, this falls under the heading of normal Police business and motorcycles will be dealt with positively to stop offences being committed. Highly visible patrols continue in hotspot areas for motorcycles but it still appears quiet for these types of offences. Motorcycles have been seized by University PCSOs on the edges of the area that corresponded to residents of the University Ward. These motorcycles have been destroyed and will hopefully keep the area quiet from this kind of problem. Two youths have been identified as driving unregistered motorcycles on the road in the ward area. Although the motorcycles are still outstanding, they will be dealt with by way of summons to prosecute them at court. The latest way for youths to obtain motorcycles is by stealing them from sheds/garages. The Neighbourhood Policing Team is putting extra patrols out in the area and completing intelligence led targeted burglary patrols. Again any information as to who is using motorcycles illegally, where they are being stored or any other information for this kind of offence is welcome.

  • Updated 06May

    UNIVERSITY - PRIORITY 3 - Garage and Shed Burglaries in the Endike Lane area, Hull

    Whilst there is not a problem with shed and garage burglaries in this area at this time it is usually seasonal during the Spring and Summer. It is intended to have a Crime Prevention event in the area so these offences can be prevented in the future. The NPT will be working with the local Neighbourhood Network that covers the bungalows to assist in the completion of this work. Extra highly visible patrols are taking place in this area and have done through the new year even though it remains quiet in the area. The area remains quiet for these offences and a Crime Prevention event has taken place in the area to try and make it a safer place to live. This priority is now closed although the area will still be patrolled as part of the team’s normal business.

  • Updated 29May

    UNIVERSITY - PRIORITY 1 - Nuisance Cyclists

    This continues to be monitored by the Police and dealt with positively when found. If you feel there is a particular area in your neighbourhood that suffers from this type of nuisance, please contact us.

  • Updated 29May

    UNIVERSITY - PRIORITY 2 - Nuisance Motorcycles

    Intelligence is being gathered for this priority although there are no recent reports of nuisance motorcycles in the University Ward area. Highly visible patrols continue in hotspot areas for motorcycles but it still appears quiet for these types of offences. The Neighbourhood Policing Team is putting extra patrols out in the area and completing intelligence led targeted burglary patrols. Again any information into who is using motorcycles illegally, where they are being stored or any other information for this kind of offence is welcome.

  • Updated 29May

    UNIVERSITY - PRIORITY 3 - Garages and Shed Burglaries in Endike Lane area, Hull

    Whilst there is not a problem with sheds and garage burglaries in this area at this time it is usually seasonal during the spring and summer. It is intended to have a crime prevention event in the area during so that these offences can be prevented in the future. The Neighbourhood Policing Team will be working with the local Neighbourhood Network that covers the bungalows to assist in the completion of this work. Extra highly visible patrols are taking place in this area and have done through the New Year even though it remains quiet in the area. The area remains quiet for these offences and a crime prevention event has taken place in the area to try and make it a safer place to live. This priority is now closed although the area will still be patrolled as part of the teams normal business.

  • Updated 11July

    UNIVERSITY - Priority 1 - Nuisance Cyclists

    This continues to be monitored by the Police and dealt with positively when found. If you feel there is a particular area in your neighbourhood that suffers from this type of nuisance, please contact us.

  • Updated 11July

    UNIVERSITY - Priority 2 - Nuisance Motorcycles

    Intelligence is being gathered for this priority although there are no recent reports of nuisance motorcycles in the University ward area. Highly visible patrols continue in hotspot areas for motorcycycles but it still appears quiet for these types of offences. The Neighbourhood Policing Team is putting extra patrols out in the area and completing intelligence-led targeted burglary patrols. Again any information into who are using motorcycles illegally, where they are being stored or any other information for this kind of offence is welcome.

  • Updated 11July

    UNIVERSITY - Priority 3 - Garages and Shed Burglaries in Endike Lane, Hull

    Whilst there is not a problem with sheds and garage burglaries in this area at this time, it is usually seasonal during the spring and summer. It is intended to have a crime prevention event in the area during this time, so that these offences can be prevented in the future. The NPT will be working with the loacl Neighbourhood Network that covers the bungalows to assist in the completion of this work. Extra highly visible patrols are taking place in this area and have done through the New Year even though it remains quiet in the area. The area remains quiet for these offences and a crime prevention event has taken place in the area to try and make it a safer place to live. This priority is now closed although the area will still be patrolled as part of the team’s normal business.

  • Updated 01August

    University - Priority 1 - Nuisance Cyclists

    This continues to be monitored by the Police and dealt with positively when found. If you feel there is a particular area in your neighbourhood that suffers from this type of nuisance, please contact us.

  • Updated 01August

    University - Priority 2 - Nuisance Motorcycles

    Intelligence is being gathered for this priority although there are no recent reports of nuisance motorcycles in the University Ward area. Highly visible patrols continue in hotspot areas for motorcycles but it still appears quiet for these types of offences. The Neighbourhood Policing Team is putting extra patrols out in the area and completing intelligence led targetted burglary patrols. Again any information into who are using motorcycles illegally, where they are being stored or any other information for this kind of offence is welcome.

  • Updated 01August

    University - Priority 3 - Garages and Shed Burglaries in Endike Lane, Hull

    Whilst there is not a problem with sheds and garage burglaries in this area at this time it is usually seasonal during the spring and summer. It is intended to have a crime prevention event in the area during this time, so that these offences can be prevented in the future. The Neighbourhood Policing Team will be working with the local Neighbourhood Network that covers the bungalows to assist in the completion of this work. Extra highly visible patrols are taking place in this area and have done through the New Year even though it remains quiet in the area. The area remains quiet for these offences and a crime prevention event has taken place in the area to try and make it a safer place to live. This priority is now closed although the area will still be patrolled as part of the team’s normal business.

  • Updated 08September

    Analysis of crime pattern trends are currently being looked at with a view to identifying new Ward priorities and the new priorities will be published in the next edition of Streetbeat. Until this time we will continue to look at the problem of nuisance motorcyclists and cycling on the pavement.

    An update will be provided once the priorities are set.

  • Updated 20October

    University

    No priorities have been set as yet but there is to be a mobile forum held in the University Ward Area on Tuesday 28 October 2014 (location to be confirmed) where crime pattern trends will be discussed and priorities set.

  • Updated 06May

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    Cycle Coding Events

    Mark & Record Cycles To Assist Police & Other Agencies in their Recovery if stolen

    We did

    Several cycle coding events have taken place using Neighbourhood Policing staff and volunteers to mark and record cycles in the area. Dozens of cycles have been coded and registered with ‘immobilise.com’. Also, over 60 cycles have been marked at the Hull University site. Whilst this does not prevent them from being stolen, it does assist the Police and other agencies in the recovery of cycles in the event of them being stolen and crime prevention advice has been given at the time of coding. Further cycle coding events are being arranged throughout May in local schools.

    The Hull University has benefitted from a series of cycle coding events and is running a Cycle to Work Scheme which has increased the use of cycles in the area. Increased security in the area and general awareness of cycle thefts have prevented several cycle thefts by early intervention with suspicious persons in and around the University.

  • Updated 06May

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    Vehicle Seizures

    No Vehicle Excise Licence & Section 59 Warnings re Manner of Driving

    We did

    Several vehicles have been seized in the area for having no Vehicle Excise Licence (tax) and the owners reported to the DVLA. Other vehicles have been issued with S59 Warnings which relate to the anti-social manner in which they were being driven on the road. This is simply what it says, ‘a warning’. However, if the vehicle is seen to be driven in such a way again within a year, the Police can seize the vehicle, removing the problem altogether. This has continued to be a success throughout April 2014 and work will continue throughout May, linking in with the DVLA.

  • Updated 06May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Arrest re Burglary Shed/Garages

    Reduce Shed/Garage Burglaries

    We did

    A male has been arrested and charged to court for several burglaries where pedal cycles and tools have been stolen from sheds and garages. After giving the Police the run around for several days, he was eventually cornered and arrested. He is currently on court bail awaiting his hearing.

  • Updated 06May

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    Theft of Pedal Cycles

    Police Request Information re Cycle Thefts

    We did

    Recently across the city, there have been a lot of pedal cycles stolen. The offenders dispose of these in several ways but if anyone has information as to where these cycles are going, then please ring and tell the local Neighbourhood Policing Team who will follow up the information positively.

  • Updated 06May

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    Offenders Brought to Justice - Shop Thefts

    Crime Prevention – Targeted Patrols to deter Shop Thefts

    We did

    Patrols have been tasked with targeted patrols at the local shops and supermarkets as a crime prevention project. Patrols are visiting the shops, updating them with current shoplifters, recent intelligence and providing a visible Police presence to deter thefts. These patrols will continue throughout March and plans are to tighten the partnership between the Police and the stores to reduce crime further. Several people have been successfully arrested throughout April as a result of these patrols, which have been part of Operation Sodium.

    NPT staff also identified several offenders through viewing photographs from stores’ CCTV systems where offenders had not been detained at the time. Arrests and arrest packages have been made for these identifications.

    Where the value of the stolen property is very low, offences have been dealt with using a ‘Restorative Practice’ approach where offenders are made to pay for the items taken, apologise to the owners and receive a warning.

  • Updated 06May

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    Offenders Brought to Justice - Further Shed Burglars

    Reduce Shed Burglaries

    We did

    The Police use intelligence led policing to target specific areas where burglars are believed to target, to try and prevent offences being committed or if they already have, to bring the offenders to justice. This includes checking the internet, second hand shops and private sales of property. On two separate occasions, two boys have been stop checked and found to be riding stolen cycles from shed burglaries. These persons have been arrested and are awaiting due process through the courts.

  • Updated 06May

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    Diverting Youths from Offending

    Fishing Event a Success

    We did

    The Neighbourhood Policing Team not only carries out day to day policing of the area, it also links in with local youth clubs to work with youths and try to prevent them from offending. The Police also sign post youths into local football events, Street Chance cricket and Go-Karting. Currently some Police staff are undergoing training to be fishing coaches so they can run events at local ponds. In association with the Hull and District Angling Association, the Oak Road Playing Fields pond has been renovated and the first event from the pond to engage youths was run on Easter Bank Holiday Monday. The event was well attended and a good day was had by all, we even caught quite a few fish.

  • Updated 06May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Drugs Warrant, Greenwood Avenue

    Reduce Drugs Offences

    We did

    Two Drugs Warrants have been executed at the same address on Greenwood Avenue. On the first occasion a quantity of Class ‘A’ drugs was seized and three persons arrested for Possession with Intent to Supply. On the second occasion, a quantity of Cannabis was seized and two persons were arrested. The offenders are awaiting their day in court. The Police will act on intelligence submitted by members of the public directly to the Police or through Crimestoppers. If an address needs to be searched several times due to good intelligence being given to the Police, then it will be done. There have also been several smaller seizures of drugs in the ward area and individuals dealt with for a range of different illegal drugs.

  • Updated 06May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Arrest for Burglary Dwelling

    Reduce Burglary Dwelling

    We did

    A man has been arrested for burglary at a house on Cranbrook Avenue, Hull. Police have completed enquiries for this offence and identified the man who committed the offence. He has been charged and is on court bail awaiting his trial. House burglary is a serious crime and one that strikes at the heart of the family home, leaving victims very upset by the intrusion into their home. The Police use all kinds of techniques in detecting crime but information from the public is very important, no matter how small and may be the last piece of a jigsaw that helps with the offender being arrested and dealt with at court. Make that call – pass on the information.

  • Updated 06May

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    Offenders Brought to Justice - Assault on Security Officer

    Assault in University Grounds

    We did

    An assault on a Security Officer from the Hull University was committed whilst he patrolled the area around the University. The Security from the University not only patrols its own properties but also others in the area of the University, providing good support to the Neighbourhood Policing Team. Whilst on patrol, Security intervened in the commission of a crime outside the University grounds to prevent the escape of the offenders and as a result was assaulted. The Police attended and arrested the offender who is on court bail for the assault.

  • Updated 06May

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    Offenders Brought to Justice - Cable Thefts

    Theft of Copper Cabling

    We did

    During last summer there were several thefts of extensive copper cabling from the King George V Playing Fields. These were stopped due to quick action by the Neighbourhood Policing Team in arresting two offenders. The cable thefts then stopped. Unfortunately, they have started again with men digging up the car park and stealing cable from below. The Police have attended and arrested two men for the new thefts and the park is receiving an increase in Police patrols. The two men are currently on Police bail.

  • Updated 06May

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    Skateboard/BMX at the Park

    Safer Area for Families to Attend

    We did

    The Council has spent a lot of time, money and effort in developing the King George V Playing Fields with a play area and a skate park. There has been an Art in the Park event where local youths have assisted in decorating the plain concrete of the skate park with Route One Youth Club and the local Police. Designs have been transferred to the concrete and make a good impact to the eye. The area is an attractive, safe area for families to attend and have a good time.

  • Updated 29May

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    Stranger Danger Presentations and Workshops

    To address the problem of stranger danger.

    We did

    Officers have been into the local Primary Schools to promote e-safety.

  • Updated 29May

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    Vehicle Seizures

    To reduce offences of no vehicle excise licences.

    We did

    Police continue to work with the DVLA and seize vehicles that have no valid Excise Licence. Vehicles can also be seized if they are found being used on a public highway without valid insurance.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offender brought to Justice - Found on enclosed premises

    To reduce offences of being found on enclosed premises.

    We did

    A man was found on a fish and chip shop premises in the Inglemire Lane area by staff. He left when challenged but through local police knowledge and an identification by the witness the man was arrested and has subsequently been charged.

  • Updated 29May

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    Operation Sodium

    To reduce offences of shop theft.

    We did

    Operation Sodium continues. Police staff liaise with stores regularly to help combat this issue and to identify offenders that are not detained at the time.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offenders brought to Justice - Shed Burglary

    Reduce offences of shed burglary.

    We did

    A youth has received a 12 month Supervision Order for the handling of a stolen pedal cycle taken in a shed burglary back in March this year.

  • Updated 29May

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    Diverting Youths from Offending

    Operation Lifestyle and diverting youths from offending.

    We did

    The Neighbourhood Policing Team have recently been involved in a report of criminal damage at a local youth club. The youths who caused the damage have admitted their actions and were remorseful. In agreement with the police and the youth club the youths will work to repair the damage they have caused.

    Operation Lifestyle is being launched within schools. This is a successful scheme supported by local businesses that encourages the youths to get involved in a project over the summer holidays. The projects are judged and prizes given out to the successful candidates. The projects are centred around doing good for the community so if you get the opportunity to support such a project please do!

  • Updated 29May

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    Offenders brought to Justice - Execution of Drugs Warrant

    Reduce drug related offences.

    We did

    A drug warrant was carried out at an address on 21st Avenue, Hull. A quantity of Cannabis Bush and Heroin were seized along with an untaxed moped. The three men who were present at the property were arrested by officers. All three are currently on police bail.

  • Updated 11July

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    Drugs Warrants

    Offenders are being dealt with

    We did

    Drugs warrants have been carried out at addresses on 5th Avenue and 33rd Avenue. Quantities of Class B drugs have been seized by Officers. The offenders are being dealt with by the Police.

  • Updated 11July

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    Vehicle Seizures

    Off road motorbikes seized

    We did

    Two off road motorbikes have been seized; one from King George V playing fields, Cottingham Road and the other near to Rowley Grove, Hull.

  • Updated 11July

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    Shop Thefts

    Operation to reduce shop thefts continues

    We did

    Operation Sodium continues. Police staff liaise with stores regularly to help combat this issue and to identify offenders that are not detained at the time.

  • Updated 11July

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    Diverting Youths from Offending

    Operation Lifestyle is launched

    We did

    Operation Lifestyle is being launched within schools. This is a successful scheme supported by local businesses that encourages the youths to get involved in a project over the summer holidays. The projects are judged and prizes given out to the successful candidates. The projects are centred around doing good for the community so if you get the opportunity to support such a project please do!

  • Updated 11July

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    Cycle Security

    Help to prevent cycle thefts

    We did

    In a bid to help prevent cycle thefts Officers, whilst out and about on patrol, are checking unattended cycles to check if they are secure. A piece of paper will be left with the cycle rating the security of the cycle and the quality of the cycle lock used. A good quality lock through the frame of the cycle is a good deterrent to any would be thief. It is recommended that you register your cycle at www.Immobilise.com. People are welcome to contact the local station to arrange for their cycle to be marked.

  • Updated 01August

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    Section 59 Notices

    A Section 59 Notice was issued.

    We did

    A Section 59 Notice was issued to a man on 19th Avenue which, if he is stopped again, would mean the motorbike would be seized.

  • Updated 01August

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    Seizure of Untaxed Vehicles

    To reduce the number of untaxed vehicles on the road.

    We did

    Police continue to work with the DVLA and seize vehicles that have no valid Excise licence. Vehicles can also be seized if they are found being used on a public highway without valid insurance.

  • Updated 01August

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    Offender brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    To reduce offences of shop theft.

    We did

    Officers, whilst on patrol, were alerted to a female shop offender at Farm Foods. The female was detained by police and found to be wanted for a fail to appear warrant issued at Hull Magistrates Court.

  • Updated 01August

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    Diverting Youths from Offending

    Operation Lifestyle is being launched.

    We did

    Operation Lifestyle is being launched within schools. This is a successful scheme supported by local businesses that encourages youths to get involved in a project over the summer holidays. The projects are judged and prizes given out to the successful candidates. The projects are centred around doing good for the community so if you get the opportunity to support such a project, please do!

  • Updated 01August

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    Shed and Garage Burglaries

    To reduce shed and garage burglaries.

    We did

    Although the Endike Lane area is quiet there have been five types of this crime, mainly in the vicinity of Hall Road. We have had reports of suspicious activity in these areas for which officers have attended and conducted checks in the area.

    We would urge anyone who sees anything suspicious in the area to please call the police.

  • Updated 01August

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    Drugs - Newbald Grove

    To reduce drug related offences.

    We did

    A small Cannabis factory was found at an address on Newbald Grove, Hull. The plants have been recovered and the suspect is currently under investigation by the police.

  • Updated 08September

    You said

    Offenders brought to Justice

    To reduce the number of offences relating to drugs.

    We did

    There were 5 reported drugs offences in the University Ward in August. Four persons have been dealt with and have been charged to Court. The fifth incident is still under investigation.

  • Updated 08September

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    Seizure of untaxed Vehicles

    To reduce the number of untaxed vehicles on the road.

    We did

    Police continue to work with the DVLA and seize vehicles that have no valid Excise licence.

    Vehicles can also be seized if they are found being used on a public highway without valid insurance.

  • Updated 08September

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    Theft

    To reduce theft offences.

    We did

    There were 4 reported thefts in the University Ward during August.

  • Updated 08September

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    Diverting Youths from Offending

    Operation Lifestyle ends.

    We did

    Now that the Summer Holidays have finished and the children are back to school, Operation Lifestyle has now concluded and the teams are finalising their projects for submission. Log books need to be sent in for judging by 5 September. This continues to be a successful scheme supported by local businesses that encourage the children/youths to get involved in a project over the summer holidays. The projects are centred around doing good for the community so this is a benefit to us all.

  • Updated 08September

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    Theft of and from Motor Vehicles

    To reduce offences regarding theft of and from motor vehicles.

    We did

    There have been three reports of offences of theft from motor vehicles during August. We are pleased to say that there have been no reports of vehicles having been stolen from our Ward during August.

    Please remember never to leave valuables or property on show inside your vehicle.

  • Updated 20October

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    Offenders brought to Justice

    To reduce offences relating to drugs.

    We did

    Following information received that a cannabis factory was in operation on Blaydes Street, the premises were identified and the police raided the house and recovered a large quantity of cannabis plants along with equipment used in the cultivation of the cannabis. Police enquiries later linked this to two other such cannabis factories located in the city and a total of £300,000 worth of cannabis and equipment was recovered from the three properties.

    A small amount of cannabis plants were recovered from a conservatory of a house on 22nd Avenue, Hull. A male is being dealt with for this offence and it is anticipated that he will be dealt with by Community Resolution with Restorative Practice.

  • Updated 20October

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    Seizure of Untaxed Vehicles

    To reduce the number of untaxed vehicles on the road.

    We did

    DVLA have new technology installed to assist with vehicles which have no valid excise licences. DVLA will continue to seize vehicles that have no valid excise licence. Vehicles can also be seized if they are found being used on a public highway without valid insurance.

  • Updated 20October

    You said

    Reported Crime - Update

    Below are crime related statistics.

    We did

    Thefts – At this time reported theft is low and there were only two reported thefts in the University Ward during September.

    Dwelling Burglaries – There have been eight reported dwelling burglaries in the Ward during September.

    Shed/Garage Burglaries – There have been nine reported shed burglaries in September.

    Theft of and from Motor Vehicles – There have been four reported offences of theft from motor vehicles during September. Once again we are pleased to say that there have been no reported vehicles having been stolen from our Ward during September. Please remember never to leave valuables or property on show inside your vehicle.

  • Updated 20October

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    Diverting Youths from Offending

    To divert youths from offending.

    We did

    Youth diversion projects continue all across the city and the University Ward is no exception. Youths are being directed away from Anti Social Behaviour and Criminality by being engaged on projects such as The Mighty Acorns (Gardening) Project, Go-Karting Project and by attending funded courses provided by Hull City Council.

  • Updated 07November

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    Offender brought to justice

    Production of cannabis

    We did

    The Police are currently investigating an offence of Production of Cannabis. On this occasion this is on a small scale as opposed to the seizure from Blayde St last month. In a separate incident a male was arrested on Cottingham Rd in possession of non-prescribed valium tablets. This male was subsequently charged to court.

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8/10/2012

From 12:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Every Monday, Thursday and Friday. Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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15/10/2012

From 12:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Every Monday, Thursday and Friday. Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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22/10/2012

From 12:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Every Monday, Thursday and Friday. Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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29/10/2012

From 12:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Every Monday, Thursday and Friday Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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5/11/2012

From 12:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Every Monday, Thursday and Friday. Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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7/10/2012

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday. Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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14/10/2012

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday. Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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21/10/2012

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday. Northern NPT, North Hull Police box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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28/10/2012

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday. Northern NPT, North Hull Police box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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4/11/2012

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday. Northern NPT, North Hull Police box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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12/5/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull (adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings), Cottingham Road, Hull, HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery – Cycle Coding by Appointment (contact Northern NPT)

19/5/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull (adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings), Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery – Cycle Coding by Appointment (contact Northern NPT)

26/5/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull (adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings), Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery – Cycle Coding by Appointment (contact Northern NPT)

2/6/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Cop Shop, University of Hull (adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings), Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery – Cycle Coding on request

13/5/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery – Cycle Coding on request

20/5/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on Request

20/5/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on Request

27/5/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on Request

3/6/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on Request

10/6/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by appointment (contact Northern NPT)

9/6/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull.
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by appointment (contact Northern NPT)

23/6/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to Wilberforce Buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull.
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by appointment (contact Northern NPT)

30/6/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to Wilberforce Buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull.
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by appointment (contact Northern NPT)

7/7/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to Wilberforce Buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull.
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on request

17/6/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull.
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on request

24/6/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull.
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on request

1/7/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull.
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by request

8/7/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull.
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle coding by appointment (contact Northern NPT)

14/7/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle coding by appointment (contact Northern NPT)

21/7/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle coding by appointment (contact Northern NPT)

28/7/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle coding by appointment (contact Northern NPT)

4/8/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle coding by appointment (contact Northern NPT)

11/8/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle coding on request

15/7/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle coding on request

22/7/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle coding on request

29/7/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle coding on request

5/8/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle coding on request

12/8/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by appointment (Contact Northern NPT)

18/8/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce Buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull.
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by appointment (contact Northern NPT)

25/8/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce Buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull.
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by appointment (contact Northern NPT)

1/9/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce Buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull.
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by appointment (contact Northern NPT)

8/9/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Other meeting

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce Buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull.
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on request

19/8/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern Neighbourhood Policing Team, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull.
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on request

26/8/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern Neighbourhood Policing Team, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull.
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on request

2/9/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern Neighbourhood Policing Team, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull.
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on request

9/9/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Other meeting

Northern Neighbourhood Policing Team, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull.
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by appointment (Contact Northern NPT)

15/9/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce Buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull.
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by appointment (Contact Northern NPT)

22/9/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce Buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull.
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by appointment (Contact Northern NPT)

29/9/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce Buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull.
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding by appointment (Contact Northern NPT)

6/10/2014

From 12:00 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Cop Shop, University of Hull, adjacent to the Wilberforce Buildings, Cottingham Road, Hull.
HU6 7RX

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on request

16/9/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Northern Neighbourhood Police Team, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull.
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on request

23/9/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Northern Neighbourhood Policing Team, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull.
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on request

30/9/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Northern Neighbourhood Policing Team, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull.
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle Coding on request

7/10/2014

From 14:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Northern Neighbourhood Policing Team, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull.
HU6 8AW

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:General Open Surgery - Cycle coding on request

13/11/2014

From 14:30 until 16:30

Street Briefings

Northern NPT, North Hull Police Box, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:NPT Surgery

20/11/2014

From 14:30 until 14:30

Police Surgeries

Northern NPT, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:NPT Surgery

27/11/2014

From 14:30 until 16:30

Police Surgeries

Northern NPT, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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:NPT Surgery

4/12/2014

From 14:30 until 16:30

Police Surgeries

Northern NPT, Hall Road, Hull
HU6 8AW

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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: University

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.

University is policed by D Division

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Chief Superintendent Scott Young

Commander for D Division

About street level crime information: University

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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