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    Inspector Craig Mattinson (5681)

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    Sergeant Jim Clough (2171)

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    Sergeant Rob Danby (175)

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    Police Constable Allen Cowley (218)

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    PCSO David Garbutt (7726)

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    PCSO Richard Whelan (7643)

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    PCSO Tina Burn (7638)

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    PCSO Louise Walker (7554)

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    PCSO Sarah Davidson (7806)

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    PCSO Paul Craker (7876)

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    PCSO Karen Smith (7589)

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    PCSO Nicky Jackson (7525)

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    PCSO Ross Paterson (7698)

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    PCSO Andy McDonald (7511)

  • Updated 04December

    Rough Sleepers and Vagrants in the Old Town

    The Myton Neighbourhood Team are working closely with partner agencies to solve this problem. Outreach workers from the hostels are to be utilised in an effort to help the homeless off the streets. The Local Policing Team are stepping up patrols to move on the vagrants, enforcement action will be taken against any of the homeless who refuse to be helped, this will include utilising Anti-Social Behaviour Orders which will lead to offenders being arrested and placed before the Courts.

  • Updated 18June

    Vagrancy and Begging Issues in the City Centre/Marina/Old Town

    Previous actions taken by the Neighbourhood Policing Team have seen a significant reduction calls for service with regards to persons sleeping rough in the Old Town area of Hull. Officers are now able to concentrate efforts on the reduction of begging and its associated anti-social issues. This is being achieved through high visibility patrolling in the areas that beggars are known to frequent and seizure of alcohol. Section 27 notices restricting persons from specific areas during a specified time period are also being issued where appropriate. This work is being carried out in conjunction with the Hull BID and Hull City Council officers. Associated arrests have included one man being taken into custody for offences in relation to Section 5 of the Public Order Act. This was following him being challenged by officers for begging.

    The same man has also been served a Harassment Order due to his behaviour and attitude towards staff at the local convenience shop. Lee Coates was charged with a Breach of his Anti Social Behaviour Order in April and is now serving a custodial sentence.

  • Updated 28April

    Myton 1 (City Centre) - Priority 1 - Vagrancy and begging issues in the City Centre/Marina/Old Town

    Previous actions taken by the NPT have seen a significant reduction calls for service with regards to persons sleeping rough in the Old Town area of Hull. Officers are now able to concentrate efforts on the reduction of begging and its associated anti-social issues. This is being achieved through high visibility patrolling in the areas that beggars are known to frequent and seizure of alcohol. Section 27 notices restricting persons from specific areas during a specified time period are also being issued where appropriate. This work is being carried out in conjunction with the Hull BID and Hull City Council Officers. Numerous Section 27 orders have been issued to vagrants in the area in an effort to remove them from the area to prevent any disorder. Evidence is being collated against the regular offenders to gain ASBOs.

  • Updated 28April

    Myton 1 (City Centre) - Priority 2 - Street drinking and associated environmental issues on the Thornton Estate

    There are identified locations around the area that street drinkers frequent, and as well as littering the area this can be intimidating to residents also. The whole of the Myton ward is included in a Designated Public Places Order (DPPO) and so alcohol can be confiscated by the police if applicable.

  • Updated 28April

    Myton 1 (City Centre) - Bathurst Street Multi Storey Flats - ASB and Drug Activity

    Officers from this Neighbourhood Policing Team have had meetings with the local residents and their
    counter partners from the Hull City Council which has resulted in correspondence being delivered to the
    residents on how to report and how to identify those causing them most annoyance.

    The local NPT officer has concluded extra hours of foot patrol and has identified various problematic
    families and their children and the current investigation is ongoing with a view to future tenancy
    evictions. We would urge any residents to report these types of crimes by either ringing your local
    Housing Officer or Humberside Police on 101.

  • Updated 02June

    Myton 2 (City Centre) - 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 02June

    Myton 2 (City Centre) - 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 01July

    Myton (City Centre) - 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 01July

    Myton (City Centre) - Priority 2 - Antisocial Behaviour – Bathurst Street

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

  • Updated 01August

    Myton (City Centre) - 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 01August

    Myton (City Centre) - 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 Neighbourhood Policing Team 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 01August

    Myton (City Centre) - Priority 3 - Begging and Vagrancy

    Riverside Neighbourhood Policing Team 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 03September

    MYTON (City Centre) - 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 03September

    MYTON (City Centre) - 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 has 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 03September

    MYTON (City Centre) - 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 significant numbers 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 29May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Sexual Offence

    Rolands Brize sentenced at Hull Crown Court for the rape of a female.

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    On the 15 May 2014 Rolands BRIZE, 26 years, of no fixed abode was sentenced at Hull Crown Court to life imprisonment and sectioned under Section 45A of the Mental Health Act for the rape of a female 16 or over. This offence occurred on 9 March 2013 on Myton Bridge, Blackfriargate, Hull.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    Richard Kemp was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for shop thefts.

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    Richard Anthony KEMP, 39 years, of 469 Endyke Lane, Hull stole two bottles of Jack Daniels to the value of £36 belonging to Marks and Spencers, Whitefriargate, Hull. He pleaded guilty at Hull Magistrates Court on 14 May 2014. He was also charged with an earlier offence of shop theft for stealing two bottles of Southern Comfort to the value of £40 from the same store. He was sentenced to serve 20 weeks in prison.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    Natalie Coldham was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for shop thefts.

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    Natalie COLDHAM, 27 years, of 19 Sandwell Park, Kingswood, Hull, was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for shop thefts from Mamas & Papas, Kingston Retail Park for £97 of baby clothes, The Entertainer, St Stephens for £32 of toys, Boots Pharmacy, Prospect Centre for £157 of perfume and Tesco’s, St Stephens for £41 of cheese and coffee on 4 separate occasions. She was ordered to serve 24 weeks in prison.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    Jonathan Moorcroft was arrested and charged at Hull Magistrates Court for stealing two boxes of chocolate bars.

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    Jonathan Lee MOORCROFT, 32 years, of 9A St Georges Road, Hull, was arrested and charged at Hull Magistrates Court on 14 May 2014 for stealing two boxes of chocolate bars valued at £24 from Heron Frozen Foods. He pleaded guilty for this offence and an earlier offence of shop theft. He was sentenced to serve 8 weeks in prison and suspended for 12 months.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Theft of Pedal Cycle

    Jonathan Keogh was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for stealing pedal cycle.

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    Jonathan KEOGH, 50 years, of HMP Hull, Hedon Road was arrested and charged at Hull Magistrates Court for stealing a pedal cycle belonging to a local man valued at £550. He was found guilty and given a sentence of 10 weeks in prison.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Anti Social Behaviour Order

    Peter Frame has been issued an Anti Social Behaviour Order in relation to his persistent begging offences in Hull City Centre.

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    Peter Frame, 42 years, of Ryde Street has been issued an Anti Social Behaviour Order in relation to his persistent begging offences in Hull City Centre. The full application for this ASBO was heard at the Hull Magistrates Court on 15 May 2014. The order conditions are;

    He must not;

    1) Act or incite others to act in any anti social manner, that is to say a manner that causes or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household as himself, including any behaviour that is aggressive, disruptive or intimidating anywhere within the Humberside Police area (map currently unavailable).

    2) Make any approach anywhere within the Humberside Police area as shown on the attached map (currently unavailable) to any other person either physically, verbally or by any other means, for the purposes of begging for money, food or any other goods or collecting alms;

    3) Remain on or inside any retail, commercial or business premises having been asked to leave by the owner or manager of the premises in question, or any person acting on his or her behalf. This order lasts for 2 years. If he does not obey any part of this order he may be fined or sent to prison for up to five years.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Robbery

    A man was detained for robbery at Yorkshire Bank, Prospect Street, Hull.

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    A man was detained by Incident Resolution Officers and Riverside PCSOs following a robbery at the Yorkshire Bank, Prospect Street on Saturday 26 April. Staff activated a silent alarm when a man approached counter staff stating he had a weapon and demanded money. Local Officers were nearby and responded quickly, locating the man and money in the nearby Prospect Shopping Centre. He remains in custody having been charged and remanded to prison.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Drugs

    Supplying drugs and money laundering offences.

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    Recent police action in the area of Bathurst Street has resulted in two men being charged with supplying drugs and money laundering offences. They were remanded to prison to await a trial date.

  • Updated 29May

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    Offender Brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    Kirsty Coggin was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for shop theft.

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    Kirsty Linda COGGIN, 32 years, of 10, 26th Avenue Hull was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for shop theft from Clinton Cards, Claire’s Accessories and Farm Foods, Prospect Street, Hull. Total of goods valued £206.05. She pleaded guilty and was given a Community Order for 12 months.

  • Updated 01July

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    Offender brought to Justice - Shop Theft and Breach of ASBO

    To reduce offences of shop theft.

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    On 1 June 2014, Malcolm STOREY age 48 of no fixed abode, was arrested and charged at Hull Magistrates Court for theft offences from W H Smith to the value of £396.76. He was also charged with breaching his Anti Social Behaviour Order. He was sentenced to prison for 22 weeks.

  • Updated 01July

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    Offender brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    To reduce shop theft offences.

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    On 1 June 2014, Trevor MILLER age 52 of no fixed abode, was arrested and charged at Hull Magistrates Court for theft offences from W H Smith to the value of £396.76. He was sentenced to serve 22 weeks in prison.

  • Updated 01July

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    Offence brought to Justice - Robbery

    To reduce offences of robbery.

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    On 24 June 2014, a 27 year old man of no fixed abode was remanded in prison for attempt robbery; he is to appear at court on 2 July 2014.

  • Updated 01July

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    Offender brought to Justice - Breach of ASBO

    To prevent breaches of Anti Social Behaviour Orders.

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    On 20 June 2014, a 34 year old man of Belmont Street, Newbridge Road Hull, was arrested for 6 x breach of Anti Social Behaviour Order and an earlier offence for shop theft, he was remanded on bail until 17 July 2014.

  • Updated 01July

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    Offender brought to Justice - Robbery

    To reduce offences of robbery.

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    On 13 June 2014, a 32 year old woman from Bathurst Street Hull and a 40 year old man from Dock House, St Peter Street, Hull, robbed an 87 year old vulnerable local male of £25 cash. They were quickly arrested by Local Neighbourhood Officers and charged at Hull Magistrates Court on 16 June 2014. Both were remanded into custody and are awaiting trial at Hull Crown Court.

  • Updated 01July

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    Offenders brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    To reduce offences of shop theft.

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    On 20 May 2014, Natalie Coldham, 27 years of Sandwell Park, Kingswood, Hull was arrested for stealing cheese and coffee from Tesco’s store King Edward Street to the value of £41. Coldham was charged at Hull Magistrates Court on 22 May 2014 and sentenced to serve 24 weeks in prison.

    On 6 June 2014, Rikki Alan Mowforth, 35 years of Dock House, St Peter Street, Hull was arrested for breach of bail and several shoplifting offences. He was charged at Hull Magistrates Court on 11 June 2014 and was remanded in prison for 16 weeks.

  • Updated 01August

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    Offenders brought to Justice - Theft from Shop

    The following people were brought to justice regarding theft from shops.

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    On 30 June 2014, Victoria MULLENGER, 38 years of no fixed abode, stole 4 packs of steak and 1 pack of lamb to the value of £41.90 belonging to Tesco’s, St Stephens. She was remanded into custody until 14 July 2014. At Hull Magistrates Court she received a £60 fine and a Community Order was made for 12 months.

    On 2 July 2014, Mr Robert WYNDHAM, 30 years of William Booth House, Hull, attended Hull Magistrates Court for numerous shop thefts from Wilkinson’s, Home Bargains, Outfit Stores, Tesco’s, St Stephens and Boots Chemist, Hull. Total value of goods came to £166.08. He was sentenced to prison for 18 weeks.

    On 9 July 2014, John Michael Albert PUCKERING, 49 years of 566 Great Thornton Street, Hull attended Hull Magistrates Court for committing shop theft at Sally’s Salon Services, Hull to the value of £24.95. He was given a 12 week prison sentence and to pay a victim surcharge of £80 and £25 compensation.

    On 3 July 2014, James Peter MCALLISTER, 36 years of 5 Albermarle Street, Hull was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for numerous shop thefts in the city and for begging on Jameson Street, Hull. He was sentenced to prison for 26 weeks.

    On 4 July 2014, Mandy Ann HEATH, 42 years of 13 Marlborough Avenue, Hull was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for shop theft from T K Maxx, St Stephens and Store 21, Jameson Street, Hull. Total value of goods £112.38. She was sentenced to prison for 6 months.

    On 4 July 2014, John Paul OSBORNE, 43 years of 66 Denaby Court, Hull attended Hull Magistrates Court and was charged with shop theft, for stealing a television to the value of £579 belonging to Tesco’s, St Stephens. He was given a 26 week prison sentenced and to pay a victim surcharge of £80.

    On 4 July 2014, Louis James NOMAN, 30 years of 438 Great Thornton Street, Hull stole 3 remote controlled toys to the value of £49.97 belonging to Pound World Plc, during a Suspended Sentence order, made by Hull Magistrates on 30 June 2014 for an offence of theft of pedal cycle. He was sentenced to prison for 84 days.

    On 14 July 2014, Daniel James IVES, 25 years of 88 Ryde Street, Hull was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for numerous shop thefts from Farm Foods, Herons Frozen Foods and Home Bargains. He was sentenced to serve 112 days in prison and to pay court costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £80.

  • Updated 01August

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    Offenders brought to Justice - Burglary

    To reduce offences of burglary.

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    On 23 July 2014, Lee GREGSON, 35 years of 3 North Bridge House, Charlotte Street, Hull was charged at Hull Magistrates Court with burglary non dwelling of 9 Admirals Croft, Hull. He was committed to prison for 44 weeks.

  • Updated 03September

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    Offender Brought to Justice

    Shop Theft/Theft from a Motor Vehicle

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    Mr Steven James COOKE, age 33, of no fixed abode, was arrested and charged at Hull Magistrates Court for Shop Theft and Theft from a Motor Vehicle.

    He failed to comply with a community requirement of a suspended sentence order made by Hull Magistrates Court on 17 February 2014.

    On 1 August 2014, he received 39 months imprisonment at Hull Crown Court.

  • Updated 03September

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    Offender Brought to Justice

    Shop Theft/Breach of ASBO

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    Miss Sherrie MARSTERS, age 26, was arrested on 20 August 2014 for numerous Shop Thefts , two breaches of her Anti-Social Behaviour Order and an assault on a Security Guard. MARSTERS was remanded in custody until 3 September 2014, where she will attend Hull Crown Court for sentencing.

  • Updated 03September

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    Offender Brought to Justice

    Shop Theft

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    On 12 August 2014, Miss Samantha GAWTHORPE, age 35, was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for 2 x Shop Theft at Wilkinson, total value £402.76. She was remanded on bail until the next court date for sentencing on 8 September 2014.

  • Updated 03September

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    Offender Brought to Justice

    Possession of a Knife in a Public Place

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    On 8 August 2014, Mr Andrew Lesley MOORE, age 46, of no fixed abode, was arrested and charged at Hull Magistrates Court for having in his possession a kitchen knife in Princess Quay Shopping Centre. He was committed to prison for 8 weeks suspended for 12 months.

  • Updated 03September

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    Offender Brought to Justice

    Shop Theft

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    On 11 August 2014, Mr Lee Johnathan CHENEY, age 29, was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for 8 x Shop Thefts across the city. He was committed to prison for 140 days.

  • Updated 03September

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    Offender Brought to Justice

    Theft of Pedal Cycle/Shop Theft

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    On 11 August 2014, Mr Patrick Kim LEWIS, age 34, was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for 4 x Shop Thefts from Next, Asda and Boots Chemist, total value £273 and stole a pedal cycle valued at £400. He was committed to prison for 14 weeks.

  • Updated 03September

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    Offender Brought to Justice

    Breach of ASBO

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    On 11 August 2014, Mr Tony Glen BROWN, age 45, of North Road, Hull, was charged at Hull Magistrates for 2 x Breach of his Anti-Social Behaviour Order. He was committed to serve 30 weeks in prison.

  • Updated 03September

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    Offender Brought to Justice

    Shop Theft

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    On 27 August 2014, Mr Alec BACHE, age 36, was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for 5 x Shop Thefts from numerous shops in the city centre, totalling £358.96 and failing to attend appointment at Shirethorn House. He pleaded guilty to all offences. He was committed to prison for 27 weeks.

  • Updated 03September

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    Offender Brought to Justice

    Breach of ASBO

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    On 5 August 2014, Mr James Anthony BURNHAM, age 34, of Belmont Street, Hull, was charged at Hull Magistrates Court for 6 x Breach of Anti-Social Behaviour Order. He was sentenced to serve 6 weeks in prison.

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18/7/2014

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27/8/2014

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25/9/2014

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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 (City Centre)

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 (City Centre) is policed by D Division

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Chief Superintendent Scott Young

Commander for D Division

About street level crime information: Myton (City Centre)

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