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  • Missing

    Inspector Craig Mattinson (5681)

  • Missing

    Sergeant Jim Clough (2171)

  • Ps_175_rob_danby

    Sergeant Rob Danby (175)

  • Pc_566_rob_hague

    Police Constable Rob Hague (566)

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    Police Constable Gareth Walker (934)

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    PCSO Patrick Cook (7674)

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    PCSO Thomas Smith (7809)

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    PCSO Jenny Davey (7639)

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    PCSO Isobel Neal (7894)

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    PCSO Richard Metheringham (7688)

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    PCSO Jon-Alan Hammerton (7857)

  • Updated 18June

    Persons begging in the Old Town

    Myton Officers are working proactively to address the growing issue of persons begging in the Silver Street and Whitefriargate area of Hull’s Old Town. Officers have identified peak times when this problem is most prevalent and are standing duty at static points to deter persons from harassing members of the public for money.

    Any persons found to be seated in doorways are spoken to with regards to the issues affecting the area and given relevant advice.

    Good communication between the Neighbourhood Policing Team and local businesses as well as utilisation of the Hull BID radio system have allowed for a swift response, in most cases, to anyone believed to be begging.

  • Updated 18June

    Central Library - Anti Social Behaviour Issues

    A Multi-agency approach has been adopted in order to deal with the Anti Social Behaviour issues affecting the Central Library.

    Hull City Council are seeking an Anti-Social Behaviour Order on one individual and Riverside Neighbourhood Policing Team are seeking a further three ASBOs. In addition to this 5 warning letters have been sent to persons causing regular problems at the library. This has been done with the intention of preventing their behaviour escalating to a level where more serious Police intervention would be needed.

    CCTV has also been installed in the outer entrance of the Library to aid in deterring Anti Social Behaviour and to help identify persons involved in any incidents that do occur.

  • Updated 18June

    Bathhurst Street MultiStorey Flats - Anti Social Behaviour and drug activity

    High visibility patrols are conducted by officers to help deal with the issues affecting residents of the flats. Walking the communal areas of the flats, officers provide a presence to reassure the community and deter offenders.

    Myton Officers are liaising with the local Housing Office to identify problem addresses within the flats, taking actions to ensure tenancy agreements are adhered to.

  • Updated 28April

    MYTON 2 - PRIORITY 1 - Environmental Issues

    This is a Council run issue and will be supported by the Riverside Team if needed. The Council is looking at environmental issues in Bridlington Avenue and surrounding area.

  • Updated 28April

    MYTON2 - PRIORITY 2 - Environmental Issues

    The second priority is also Council led but will also be supported by the Riverside Team if required. The issues have been highlighted in the street north of Spring Bank.

  • Updated 02May

    MYTON 2 - PRIORITY 1 - Environmental Issues

    This is a Council run issue and will be supported by the Riverside Team if needed. The Council are looking at environmental issues in Bridlington Avenue and surrounding area.

  • Updated 02May

    MYTON 2 - PRIORITY 2 - Environmental Issues

    The second priority is also Council led, but will also be supported by the Riverside Team if required. The issues have been highlighted in the streets north of Spring Bank.

  • Updated 29May

    Myton - Priority 1 - Environmental Issues - Walker Street

    Persons drinking alcohol in the area of Walker Street are causing an environmental impact to the local community. The general noise nuisance and rubbish created by persons drinking on the streets can have a very negative impact on an area and a comparatively small group can affect a much larger community through their actions. Walker Street is part of an Alcohol Exclusion Area which gives officers the authority to request persons to cease drinking alcohol, seize open and sealed alcohol containers and issue fines if persons fail to comply. Myton Officers will be working with Hull City Council to tackle this issue through increased patrol and enforcement action.

  • Updated 29May

    Myton - Priority 2 - Anti Social Behaviour - Bathurst Street

    Following complaints from residents regarding an increase in anti social behaviour in the area of Bathurst Street the NPT have increased foot and vehicle high visibility patrols in the area. It is hoped that increasing the number of officers at key times anti social behaviour will be reduced through disruption and deterring the behaviour that affects the local residents.

  • Updated 29May

    Myton - Priority 3 - Begging and Vagrancy

    Riverside NPT has seen an increase in complaints from businesses and members of the public in relation to begging and vagrancy. Persons begging can be doing so as they are homeless however, some persons begging do so to fund their drug and alcohol dependency issues. There are also a significant number of persons who beg money who have a home and are on state benefits. The Neighbourhood Policing Team is working towards Anti Social Behaviour Orders for persons we have found to be prolifically begging in Hull City Centre. Myton Officers are also working with the ‘Reducing The Strength’ initiative.

  • Updated 07July

    Myton - Priority 1- Environmental Issues

    This is a Council run issue and will be supported by the Riverside Team if needed. The Council are looking at environmental issues in Bridlington Avenue and surrounding area.

  • Updated 07July

    Myton - Priority 2 - Environmental Issues

    The second priority is also Council led, but will also be supported by the Riverside Team if required. The issues have been highlighted in the streets north of Spring Bank.

  • Updated 04August

    Myton - Priority 1 - Environmental Issues

    This is a Council run issue and will be supported by the Riverside Team if needed. The Council are looking at environmental issues in Bridlington Avenue and surrounding area.

  • Updated 04August

    Myton - Priority 2 - Environmental Issues

    The second priority is also Council led, but will also be supported by the Riverside Team if required. The issues have been highlighted in the street north of Spring Bank.

  • Updated 02May

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Production of Cannabis

    Reduce drug offences.

    We did

    On 4 April 2014 officers from Myton 2 attended the property of a 41 year old man at an address on Hutt Street. This was due to a heavy smell of Cannabis emanating from the address. The officers were invited in by the male and it was obvious that Cannabis was present. The male was arrested and a search of the property carried out revealing a small Cannabis factory in an upstairs bedroom at the rear of the house. The male was later interviewed and bailed to a later date for further enquiries to be carried out.

  • Updated 02May

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    Offender brought to Justice - Breach of Anti Social Behaviour Order

    To reduce anti social behaviour.

    We did

    On 26 April 2014, a 40 year old woman was arrested for breaching her ASBO on Beverley Road. PCSO’s on patrol attended the area due to shops reporting the female causing a disturbance. On arrival the female was verbally abusive, was in drink, breaching her ASBO. She was taken into custody and charged without interview and remanded in custody for court.

  • Updated 02June

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Misuse of Drugs Act Warrant

    Attended property to carry out a Misuse of Drugs Act warrant.

    We did

    On 12 May 2014 officers from the Myton 2 Team attended a property situated at the railway houses off Londesborough Street to carry out a drugs warrant under the Misuse of Drugs Act. The officers were invited in by the occupant and a search was conducted of the property. During the course of the search an amount of Herbal Cannabis was recovered, which was secreted in a motorbike under the seat. The 20 year old man at the property was consequently arrested for possession with intent to supply a Class B drug – Herbal Cannabis. He was taken to Clough Road Police Station where he was dealt with by means of an interview.

  • Updated 02June

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Misuse of Drugs Act Warrant

    Attended property to carry out a Misuse of Drugs Act warrant.

    We did

    On 9 May 2014 officers from Myton 2 attended a property on Royal Mews to carry out a Misuse of Drugs Act warrant at one of the upstairs flats. Entry was gained to the property and two men were detained inside. One of the men was 41 years of age and the other was 44. A search was conducted and an amount of Heroin and other drugs were seized from within the property by the officers searching. Both men were arrested for possession with intent to supply Class A drugs. They were later interviewed at Clough Road Police Station and bailed for further enquiries to be completed.

  • Updated 07July

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    Offenders brought to Justice - Drugs offences

    To reduce drugs offences.

    We did

    On 21 June 2014 officers from Myton 2, in company with other officers attended Hardaker’s on Beverley Road to carry out a Misuse of Drugs Act warrant at the commercial property. Entry was gained to the property via the front main door which is situated on Beverley Road. Upon entry a Vietnamese male was detained and arrested by one of the Myton officers present. A search was commenced of the property which is a substantial sized building and a number of rooms within the property were found to be set up for the production of Cannabis. During the search 1,700 plants were recovered with an approximate street value of about one and a half million pounds. Whilst the building began to be emptied of growth equipment and plants, a further Vietnamese male was found to be hiding within the building and also arrested. The men detained were 44 and 46 years of age, both were dealt with and charged with Production of Cannabis.

  • Updated 07July

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    Offenders brought to Justice as a result of a Stop/Search

    To reduce offences of this manner.

    We did

    On 23 June 2014, plain clothes officers carried out a stop search of two men, one 28 years of age, the other 30 years of age and also a vehicle on Strand Close, which they were the occupants of. The males and vehicle were believed to be involved in drug dealing. One male was found in possession of £1,000 and both were arrested for money laundering. The males were interviewed and bailed for further Police enquiries to be made.

  • Updated 04August

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Drink Driving

    Reduce offences of drink driving.

    We did

    Lukas Adamski was found to be drink driving a vehicle along Spring Bank, Hull. He was arrested and found guilty at court and ordered to do unpaid work, given a fine and disqualified from driving for 24 months.

  • Updated 04August

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    Offenders brought to Justice - Shop Thefts

    Reduce offences of shop theft.

    We did

    Joshua Bedford was arrested and charged for shop theft from Aldi, Beverley Road, he attended at court and was ordered to compensate the store.

    Lynsey Bartley was sentenced to 4 weeks imprisonment after being arrested and charged for shop theft from Asda Stores, Beverley Road .

    David Johnson was arrested for shop theft from Asda, Beverley Road on 11 July 2014. He was charged and sent to court and received 112 days in prison suspended for 12 months.

    Wayne Coulson was arrested for shop theft from Asda, Beverley Road on 11 July 2014. He was arrested and sent to court and received 224 days imprisonment.

  • Updated 04August

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    Offender brought to Justice - Fear of Violence

    To reduce offences of public order.

    We did

    A man on Vane Street has put another person in fear of violence and was charged with a public order offence, he is currently awaiting trial at court.

  • Updated 04August

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    Offender brought to Justice - Receiving Stolen Goods

    To reduce offences of receiving stolen goods.

    We did

    A woman on Louis Street was arrested and charged for receiving stolen goods. She was given a caution.

  • Updated 04August

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    Offender brought to Justice - Robbery

    To reduce offences of robbery.

    We did

    A man was arrested on 20 July 2014 at Tattershall Close for Robbery, he has been charged and is now awaiting a Crown Court trial.

:Police Community Support Officer Surgery

28/11/2012

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Mitchell Centre Goodrich Close Hull
HU2 0BG

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:Anti-Social Behaviour Local Authority Meeting

8/11/2012

From 10:00 until 11:00

Other meeting

167 Centre Spring Bank Hull (Corner of West Parade)
HU3 1BN

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:Anti-Social Behaviour Local Authority Meeting

15/11/2012

From 10:00 until 11:00

Other meeting

167 Centre Spring Bank Hull (Corner of West Parade)
HU3 1BN

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:Anti-Social Behaviour Local Authority Meeting

22/11/2012

From 10:00 until 11:00

Other meeting

167 Centre Spring Bank Hull (Corner of West Parade)
HU3 1BN

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:Anti-Social Behaviour Local Authority Meeting

29/11/2012

From 10:00 until 11:00

Other meeting

167 Centre Spring Bank Hull (Corner of West Parade)
HU3 1BN

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:Anti-Social Behaviour Local Authority Meeting

6/12/2012

From 10:00 until 11:00

Other meeting

167 Centre Spring Bank Hull (Corner of West Parade)
HU3 1BN

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:Police Community Support Officer / Council ASBO Surgery

9/5/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Mitchell Centre, Goodrich Close, Hull.
HU2 0BG

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:Police Surgery

18/6/2014

From 16:00 until 17:00

Police Surgeries

Ignite Centre Linneaus Street Hull

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:Police Community Support Officer / Council ASBO Surgery

18/7/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Mitchell Centre, Goodrich Close, Hull.
HU2 0BG

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:Police Community Support Officer / Council ASBO Surgery

22/8/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Mitchell Centre, Goodrich Close, Hull.
HU2 0BG

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:Police Community Support Officer Surgery

26/9/2014

From 10:00 until 11:00

Police Surgeries

Mitchell Centre, Goodrich Close, Hull.
HU2 0BG

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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: Myton

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.

Myton is policed by D Division

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Chief Superintendent Scott Young

Commander for D Division

About street level crime information: Myton

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