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  • Missing

    Inspector Craig Mattinson (5681)

  • Missing

    Sergeant Jim Clough (2171)

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    Sergeant Rob Danby (175)

  • Missing

    Police Constable Mick Davison (555)

  • Pcso_7742_gemma_jackson

    PCSO Gemma Jackson (7742)

  • Pcso_7592_barbara_carmichael

    PCSO Barbara Carmichael (7592)

  • Pcso_7514_raychel_delph

    PCSO Raychel Delph (7514)

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    PCSO Neil Brewer (7783)

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    PCSO Stuart Tovey (7583)

  • Updated 18June

    Holland Street

    Environmental issues and community safety are priorities being led by Hull City Council. The concerns centre around the upkeep and general appearance of the area. The Council is working with private landlords in relation to the maintenance and security of empty properties and with those housing nuisance tenants.

  • Updated 18June

    Vagrancy

    PC Walker and his team are currently taking positive action in preventing and dealing with problems being caused by rough sleepers. The Drypool Team work closely with both staff and residents of DOCK HOUSE and THE CROSSINGS and so far there have been very little reports of nuisance in relation to this issue.

  • Updated 18June

    The Groves Area

    Anti Social Behaviour and environmental issues in the area. The Council ASB team are the lead agency on this matter.

  • Updated 28April

    Drypool - Priority 1 - Holland Street, Hull

    Environmental issues and community safety are priorities being lead by Hull City Council. The concerns centre around the upkeep and general appearance of the area. The council are working with private landlords in relation to the maintenance and security of empty properties and with those housing nuisance tenants.

  • Updated 28April

    Drypool - Priority 2 - Abbey Street/Arundel Close/Victor Street/Newbridge Road

    These locations have been a constant problem with regard to fly-tipping and littering over recent months. The Area Team and Environmental Crime Unit have dealt with several incidents were evidence was recovered from the scene, and the Community Pay Back (CPB) work gangs have been tasked with litter picks. New bins have been located in litter hot spots, and ‘Bring Out Your Rubbish Days’ have been and will be completed in the near future. Green spaces have been highlighted as a concern for local residents with regard to both litter and dog fouling so these areas will be targeted by partners.

  • Updated 28April

    Drypool - Priority 3 - Barnsley Street (and vicinity)

    Hull City Council’s Anti Social Behaviour Team is currently being supported by Humberside Police in dealing with anti social behaviour from youths in and around the area of Barnsley Street, Hull. These persons are being monitored and evidence gathered to take positive action to reduce this issue.
    Acceptable Behaviour Contracts and ASBO (Anti Social Behaviour Orders) applications are already in the process of being submitted to the courts.

  • Updated 02May

    DRYPOOL - PRIORITY 1 - Holland Street

    Environmental issues and community safety are priorities being led by Hull City Council. The concerns centre around the upkeep and general appearance of the area. The Council are working with private landlords in relation to the maintenance and security of empty properties and with those housing nuisance tenants.

  • Updated 02May

    DRYPOOL - PRIORITY 2 - Abbey Street / Arundel Close / Victor Street / New Bridge Road

    These locations have been a constant problem with regard to fly-tipping and littering over recent months. The Area Team and Environmental Crime Unit have dealt with several incidents where evidence was recovered from the scene and the Community Pay Back (CPB) work gangs have been tasked with litter picks. New bins have been located in litter hot spots, and Bring Out Your Rubbish Days have been and will be completed in the near future. Green spaces have been highlighted as a concern for local residents with regard to both litter and dog fouling so these areas will be targeted by partners

  • Updated 02May

    DRYPOOL - PRIORITY 3 - Barnsley Street (and vicinity)

    Hull City Council’s Anti Social Behaviour Team are currently being supported by Humberside Police in dealing with anti social behaviour from youths in and around the area of Barnsley Street, Hull. These persons are being monitored and evidence gathered to take positive action to reduce this issue.
    Acceptable Behaviour Contracts and ASBO (Anti Social Behaviour Orders) applications are already in the process of being submitted to the courts.

  • Updated 29May

    Drypool - Priority 1 - Holland Street, Hull

    Environmental issues and community safety are priorities being lead by Hull City Council. The concerns centre on the upkeep and general appearance of the area. The council are working with private landlords in relation to the maintenance and security of empty properties and with those housing nuisance tenants.

  • Updated 29May

    Drypool - Priority 2 - Abbey Street/Arundel Close/Victor Street/New Bridge Road

    These locations have been a constant problem with regard to fly tipping and littering over recent months. The Area Team and Environmental Crime Unit have dealt with several incidents were evidence was recovered from the scene and the Community Pay Back (CPB) work gangs have been tasked with litter picks. New bins have been located in litter hot spots and Bring Out Your Rubbish Days have been and will be completed in the near future. Green spaces have been highlighted as a concern for local residents with regard to both litter and dog fouling so these areas will be targeted by partners.

  • Updated 29May

    Drypool - Priority 3 - Barnsley Street (and vicinity)

    Hull City Council’s Anti Social Behaviour Team is currently being supported by Humberside Police in dealing with anti social behaviour from youths in and around the area of Barnsley Street, Hull. These persons are being monitored and evidence gathered to take positive action to reduce this issue.
    Acceptable Behaviour Contracts and ASBO (Anti Social Behaviour Orders) applications are already in the process of being submitted to the courts.

  • Updated 01July

    Drypool - Priority 1 - Holland Street, Hull

    Environmental issues and community safety are priorities being lead by Hull City Council. The concerns centre around the upkeep and general appearance of the area. The Council are working with private landlords in relation to the maintenance and security of empty properties and with those housing nuisance tenants.

  • Updated 01July

    Drypool - Priority 2 - Abbey Street / Arundel Close / Victor Street / New Bridge Road

    These locations have been a constant problem with regard to flytipping and littering over recent months. The Area Team and Environmental Crime Unit have dealt with several incidents where evidence was recovered from the scene and the Community Pay Back (CPB) work gangs have been tasked with litter picks. New bins have been located in litter hot spots, and ‘Bring Out Your Rubbish Days’ have been and will be completed in the near future. Green spaces have been highlighted as a concern for local residents with regard to both litter and dog fouling so these areas will be targeted by partners.

  • Updated 01July

    Drypool - Priority 3 - Barnsley Street (and vicinity)

    Hull City Council’s Anti Social Behaviour Team are currently being supported by Humberside Police in dealing with anti social behaviour from youths in and around the area of Barnsley Street, Hull. These persons are being monitored and evidence gathered to take positive action to reduce this issue.
    Acceptable Behaviour Contracts and ASBO (Anti Social Behaviour Orders) applications are already in the process of being submitted to the courts.

  • Updated 01August

    Drypool - Priority 1 - Holland Street, Hull

    Environmental issues and community safety are priorities being led by Hull City Council. The concerns centre around the upkeep and general appearance of the area. The Council are working with private landlords in relation to the maintenance and security of empty properties and with those housing nuisance tenants.

  • Updated 01August

    Drypool - Priority 2 - Abbey Street / Arundel Close / Victor Street / New Bridge Road

    These locations have been a constant problem with regard to flytipping and littering over recent months. The Area Team and Environmental Crime Unit have dealt with several incidents where evidence was recovered from the scene and the Community Pay Back (CPB) work gangs have been tasked with litter picks. New bins have been located in litter hot spots and ‘Bring Out Your Rubbish Days’ have been and will be completed in the near future. Green spaces have been highlighted as a concern for local residents with regard to both litter and dog fouling so these areas will be targeted by partners.

  • Updated 01August

    Drypool - Priority 3 - Barnsley Street (and vicinity)

    Hull City Council’s Anti Social Behaviour Team are currently being supported by Humberside Police in dealing with anti social behaviour from youths in and around the area of Barnsley Street, Hull. These persons are being monitored and evidence gathered to take positive action to reduce this issue.
    Acceptable Behaviour Contracts and ASBO (Anti Social Behaviour Order) applications are already in the process of being submitted to the courts.

  • Updated 03September

    DRYPOOL - PRIORITY 1 - Holland Street, Hull

    Environmental issues and community safety are priorities being led by Hull City Council. The concerns centre around the upkeep and general appearance of the area. The Council are working with private landlords in relation to the maintenance and security of empty properties and with those housing nuisance tenants.

  • Updated 03September

    DRYPOOL - PRIORITY 2 - Abbey Street / Arundel Close / Victor Street / New Bridge Road

    These locations have been a constant problem with regard to fly tipping and littering over recent months. The Area Team and Environmental Crime Unit have dealt with several incidents where evidence was recovered from the scene and the Community Pay Back (CPB) work gangs have been tasked with litter picks. New bins have been located in litter hot spots and Bring Out Your Rubbish Days have been and will be completed in the near future. Green spaces have been highlighted as a concern for local residents with regard to both litter and dog fouling so these areas will be targeted by partners.

  • Updated 03September

    DRYPOOL - PRIORITY 3 - Barnsley Street (and vicinity)

    Hull City Council’s Anti-Social Behaviour Team is currently being supported by Humberside Police in dealing with anti-social behaviour from youths in and around the area of Barnsley Street, Hull. These persons are being monitored and evidence gathered to take positive action to reduce this issue. Acceptable Behaviour Contracts and ASBO (Anti-Social Behaviour Order) applications are already in the process of being submitted to the courts.

  • Updated 02May

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Theft from shop

    Reduce offences of theft from shop.

    We did

    On 9 April 2014, PCSO’s received a call via the Holderness Road Shopwatch radio system from Boots the Chemist. Staff at Boots reported that a man had just committed a shop theft and was making his escape along Victor Street.

    Police Officers and PCSO’s swiftly made their way to the area for a search. A man was found hiding behind a hedge, still in possession of the stolen items. The man gave his details as Lee CARTER, aged 40, of No Fixed Abode and was arrested and conveyed to Clough Road Police Station where he was remanded in custody. He appeared at Hull Magistrates Court on 11 April 2014 where he was found guilty and received 112 days imprisonment

  • Updated 02May

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Burglary Garage

    Reduce offences of garage burglaries.

    We did

    In the early hours of 10 April 2014, Police received a report of two men trying to break into a garage on Lilac Avenue, Garden Village. Police Officers were quickly deployed to the area to surround and apprehend the offenders. One man managed to make his escape but another was arrested at the scene. The offender, Lewis TOWLE, aged 20, of Wansford Grove appeared at Hull Magistrates Court on 11 April 2014 where he was found guilty of attempt burglary and received a 12 week custodial sentence in a young offenders institution.

  • Updated 02May

    You said

    Offenders brought to Justice - Drugs Offences

    Reduce offences relating to drugs.

    We did

    On 11 April 2014, Police received anonymous information that the owner of a local Holderness Road store was involved in the use and sale of MCAT and Cocaine. The informant was able to provide names of those involved, the vehicle that was used and a likely time that an offence would take place.

    With this information, intelligence was submitted, the vehicle was added to the Police National Computer system and the Roads Crime Section was informed. On the date in question the vehicle was tracked leaving Hull and safely stopped close to Hessle. The vehicle and occupants were searched under the Misuse of Drugs Act and a quantity of powder was recovered.

    All occupants were arrested and taken to be interviewed where they admitted the offence of possession of a controlled drug. Three were found guilty and received police cautions whilst the other three were released with no further action taken.

  • Updated 29May

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Burglary in a Dwelling and Shop Theft - Holderness Road

    Two men entered victim’s flat whilst victim out and stole pedal cycle and one of the men identified as being responsible for shop theft.

    We did

    On 23 April 2014 Police received a report of burglary whereby two men, Joseph EDGECUMBE and Maxwell STEELE, whilst under the influence of drink and drugs, entered the victim’s ground floor flat via an insecure door whilst victim was out. They stole a pedal cycle from the property and made off. STEELE was also identified as being responsible for a shop theft on 8 April 2014 from a shop on Holderness Road where he stole two cases of lager.

    Both EDGECOMBE and STEELE were soon arrested and interviewed for their alleged crimes and charged. EDGECUMBE is to appear at Hull Crown Court for the burglary at a future date and STEELE will appear at Hull Crown Court shortly for the burglary and for sentencing for his part in the shop theft, in which he admitted his guilt.

  • Updated 29May

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Theft from a Motor Vehicle - Holland Street

    Window of vehicle smashed in Holland Street and item stolen.

    We did

    On 28 April 2014 a man approached a secure motor car parked in Holland Street. Using an unknown instrument he smashed the window of the car and reached in stealing a drill from the front seat.

    John PUCKERING was later identified through Police enquiries as a suspect and the drill was found in his possession. He was arrested and interviewed were he made ‘no comment’ replies to questions asked of him. He was charged and kept in custody overnight for a court appearance. PUCKERING appeared at Hull Magistrates Court on 1 May 2014 where he was found guilty and sentenced to 16 weeks imprisonment.

  • Updated 29May

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Public Order - Wilton Street

    Call received from a member of the public that had concerns for the welfare of a woman on Wilton Street.

    We did

    On 16 May 2014 Police received a call from a member of public that had concerns for the welfare of a woman on Wilton Street. It was reported that the woman appeared to be under the influence of drink/drugs, was staggering around and screaming at no-one.

    A PCSO located the woman who was in possession of several containers of alcohol and continued to be abusive and aggressive whilst numerous members of the public were walking past. Despite the efforts of attending officers she continued this behaviour and there were concerns that she kept risking injury to herself and others by walking into traffic. The woman was subsequently arrested for being drunk and disorderly and taken to Clough Road Police Station where she was dealt with via an adult woman triage program.

  • Updated 29May

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft - Kingston Retail Park

    PCSOs contacted regarding shop theft that occurred and area search conducted.

    We did

    On 19 May 2014 local PCSOs were contacted via the Holderness Road Shop Watch Radio system that a shop theft had occurred. The offender had entered the store and selected a jar of coffee before leaving the store without paying for the item.

    An area search was conducted and the offender located nearby along with a number of other items that he could not provide proof of purchase for. Police officers attended and the man was arrested under suspicion of shop theft. He was given bail conditions until 4 June 2014 pending further police enquiries regarding other shop thefts and an assault charge.

  • Updated 29May

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Drug Dealing - Hollis Court, Ripon Way

    A drugs warrant was executed at an address on Hollis Court, officers gained access and detained the occupant.

    We did

    On Wednesday 22 May 2014 Humberside Police executed a drugs warrant at an address on Hollis Court, Ripon Way. Officers gained access to the property and quickly detained the sole occupant.

    During the search, substances that are believed to be Class A and Class B drugs were found and so the man was arrested. He is currently on bail until 8 July 2014 pending analysis and investigation of the recovered items.

  • Updated 01July

    You said

    Offenders brought to Justice - Drugs Offences

    To reduce drug related offences.

    We did

    Two men have been arrested and charged to court after Humberside Police Officers from The Riverside Neighbourhood Policing Team carried out a drugs raid in their home on Hollis Court, Hull. Officers searching the address found a large amount of Class A and Class B drugs.

    If you suspect or know of anybody dealing or supplying drugs within the community in which you live or work then please do not keep this information to yourself.

    You can report criminal behaviour directly to Humberside Police by calling our non emergency number 101, you can give your name or remain anonymous.

    If you do not wish to pass the information to Humberside Police direct you can call CRIMESTOPPERS on 0800555111.

  • Updated 01July

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Trespassing with intent to Steal

    To reduce offences of trespass and theft.

    We did

    A 29 year old man from Moorfoot Close, Hull was arrested on 14 June 2014 after trespassing with the intent to steal at an address on Mersey Street, Hull. He was also found to have on him a broom handle with a home made wire hook attached, this item was connected to a burglary.

    On 16 June 2014 the man attended Hull Magistrates Court where he was remanded in custody until his court date at Hull Crown Court.

    If you have any concerns or queries in regards to home safety, please do not hesitate to contact your local PCSO by calling the non emergency number 101. Alternatively you can call PROBE on 01482 782400/714242 who can offer help and advice regarding your home security and safety.

  • Updated 01July

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    To reduce offences of shop theft.

    We did

    On three separate occasions Rikki Mowforth, 35 years old of no fixed abode entered the Spar store on Victoria Dock, Hull and stole alcohol.

    On 6 June 2014, Mowforth attended Hull Magistrates Court where he was sent to Hull Crown Court. Mowforth was sentenced to 16 weeks in prison.

  • Updated 01July

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Breach of Anti Social Behaviour

    To reduce offences of begging.

    We did

    Michael Shane Gray, 43 years old of no fixed abode was arrested for begging on The Mount Retail Park, Hull on 5 June 2014. A condition of Gray’s ASBO is that he is not to beg anywhere within Kingston upon Hull.

    Gray was kept overnight in custody and on 6 June 2014 attended Magistrates Court were his detention was deemed served as a result of the night spent in custody.

  • Updated 01August

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Common Assault

    To reduce offences of assault.

    We did

    In July 2014, two assaults were reported to Humberside Police. The first incident was when a man had headbutted another following an argument, the second was when the same man had repeatedly punched another to the face causing injury.

    On 18 July 2014, Police arrested Graham Gritt of Colenso Avenue, Holland Street for these offences. Gritt appeared at Hull Magistrates Court on 21 July 2014 where he pleaded guilty to both counts of battery and was sentenced to 16 weeks imprisonment.

  • Updated 01August

    You said

    Offender arrested for Shop Theft

    To reduce offences of shop theft.

    We did

    On 19 July 2014, a shop theft was reported at the Spar Store, Victoria Dock. PCSO’s were in the immediate area and the offender was quickly detained. The man of No Fixed Abode was arrested and taken to Clough Road Police Station where he was bailed to appear at Hull Magistrates Court on 30 July 2014.

    The man has since failed to appear at court on the 30 July 2014 and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. He is now a wanted person and when arrested will be dealt with for the fail to appear as well as for the theft.

  • Updated 01August

    You said

    Offender arrested re Burglary and Shop Thefts

    To reduce offences of burglary and shop theft.

    We did

    Following enquiries into a burglary on Royston Grove and two shop thefts on Holderness Road, a well known offender was arrested on 29 July 2014. She was taken to Clough Road Police Station where she was given bail conditions until she is due to appear at Hull Crown Court.

  • Updated 03September

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice

    Theft of Cycle

    We did

    On 1 August 2014, Mark Geoffrey BUTLER (30 years), c/o Crossland Avenue, Holland Street, appeared at Hull Magistrates Court charged with several counts of Cycle Theft from the Bridlington and Hull areas. BUTLER pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 4 months imprisonment (suspended for 12 months), given a supervision requirement and made to pay costs totalling £580.

  • Updated 03September

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice

    Drug Dealing

    We did

    On 15 August 2014, Police received a call from HMP Hull reporting that whilst visiting a relative in prison, a woman had attempted to pass an illegal substance to the prisoner.

    Police Officers attended and the woman was arrested for Being Concerned in the Supply of a Controlled Drug and taken to Clough Road Police Station. A search was conducted of her home address on Victoria Dock where further evidence of illegal substance use was found, along with a cycle that is believed to be stolen.

    The woman is now remanded on Police Bail until 6 October 2014 for further Police enquiries.

  • Updated 03September

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice

    Theft of Cycle

    We did

    On 20 August 2014, Craig Edward JOHNSON (37 years) of Jalland Street appeared at Hull Magistrates’ Court charged with Theft of Pedal Cycle. JOHNSON was found guilty and sentenced to 20 weeks imprisonment.

  • Updated 03September

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice

    Wanted Person

    We did

    On 23 August 2014, a wanted female was sighted at Denaby Court Flats. PCSOs attended and detained the female, who became violent and was restrained to the floor.

    She was arrested but due to substances taken by her earlier, she was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary for treatment before being transferred to Clough Road Police Station. She was held in custody until her next court date.

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9/11/2012

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23/11/2012

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The Canteen at Asda, Mount Pleasant, Holderness Road, Hull

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14/12/2012

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Police Surgeries

The Canteen at Asda, Mount Pleasant, Holderness Road, Hull

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16/5/2014

From 16:30 until 17:30

Police Surgeries

Asda, The Mount Retail Park, Hull.

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23/5/2014

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Police Surgeries

Asda, The Mount Retail Park, Hull.

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12/6/2014

From 16:30 until 17:30

Police Surgeries

Asda Mount Retail Park Hull

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20/6/2014

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Police Surgeries

Asda Mount Retail Park Hull

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15/7/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Matalan, The Mount Retail Park, Hull.
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23/7/2014

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Police Surgeries

Matalan, The Mount Retail Park, Hull.
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17/8/2014

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Matalan, The Mount Retail Park, Mount Pleasant, Hull.
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24/8/2014

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Matalan, The Mount Retail Park, Mount Pleasant, Hull.
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21/9/2014

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26/9/2014

From 18:00 until 19:00

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Balfour Community Centre, Balfour Street, Hull
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19/10/2014

From 16:30 until 17:30

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Matalan, The Mount Retail Park, Hull

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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: Drypool

The dedicated Neighbourhood Policing Team is based at the Queens Gardens Police Station and forms part of the larger Riverside Neighbourhood Policing Team.

The area is covered by Neighbourhood Police Officer(s) and Police Community Support Officer(s) who are supported by dedicated Incident Response Staff and a number of Special Constables.

How to get in touch

You can contact the Neighbourhood team in the following ways:

By email [link].
By telephone using the single non-emergency number 101.
In person at any police station.

Drypool is policed by D Division

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Chief Superintendent Scott Young

Commander for D Division

About street level crime information: Drypool

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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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