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  • Missing

    Inspector Craig Mattinson (5681)

  • Missing

    Sergeant Jim Clough (2171)

  • Ps_175_rob_danby

    Sergeant Rob Danby (175)

  • Pc_290_steve_calvert

    Police Constable Stephen Calvert (290)

  • Pcso_7641_ian_brown

    PCSO Ian Brown (7641)

  • Pcso_7562_jason_turner

    PCSO Jason Turner (7562)

  • Pcso_7844_rebecca_miller

    PCSO Rebekah Miller (7844)

  • Pcso_7845_ruth_leake

    PCSO Ruth Leake (7845)

  • Pcso_7563_kirsty_wall

    PCSO Kirsty Wall (7563)

  • Updated 18June

    Drug dealing across the Newington Ward

    Neighbourhood Policing Team officers are gathering intelligence of drug dealing activity on the Newington Ward. This will then be used to take appropriate action against these individuals. Disruption tactics have been used by Police in an attempt to disrupt any drug deals. Numerous people have been arrested and dealt during recent months for drugs offences, ranging from possession of cannabis to possession of heroin.

  • Updated 18June

    Open to trespass properties and associated environmental issues

    Primarily managed by officers from Hull City Council. Neighbourhood Policing Team, Police Community Support Officers and Community Wardens regularly report open to trespass properties and fly tipping to Hull City Council in an effort to have them secured, thus reducing the calls for service that are made to the police service for instances of Anti Social Behaviour, criminal damage etc. Neighbourhood Policing Team officers and Community Wardens continue to patrol the areas and report properties to Hull City Council. Further demolitions have occurred in the Hawthorn Avenue/Greek Street area reducing the number of empty houses.

  • Updated 18June

    Unauthorised encampments

    This priority is managed by Hull City Council. It is aimed to encompass both unauthorised encampments on Hull City Council land and rough sleepers in the regeneration area/derelict houses.

  • Updated 28April

    Newington - Priority 1 - Open to Trespass Properties and Associated Environmental Issues

    Primarily managed by officers from Hull City Council. Neighbourhood Policing Team, Police Community Support Officers regularly report open to trespass properties and fly tipping to Hull City Council in an effort to have them secured, thus reducing the calls for service that are made to the police service for instances of Anti Social Behaviour, Criminal Damage etc. Neighbourhood Policing Team officers continue to patrol the areas and report properties to Hull City Council. Hull City Council officers conduct regular patch walks checking properties for insecurities

  • Updated 28April

    Newington - Priority 2 - Unauthorised Encampments

    This priority is managed by Hull City Council. It is aimed to encompass both unauthorised encampments on Hull City Council land and rough sleepers in the regeneration area/derelict houses.

  • Updated 30April

    Newington - Priority 1 - Open to Trespass Properties and Associated Environmental Issues

    Primarily managed by Officers from Hull City Council. Neighbourhood Policing Team, Police Community Support Officers regularly report open to trespass properties and flytipping to Hull City Council in an effort to have them secured, thus reducing the calls for service that are made to the Police service for instances of Anti Social Behaviour, Criminal Damage etc. Neighbourhood Policing Team Officers continue to patrol the areas and report properties to Hull City Council. Hull City Council Officers conduct regular patch walks checking properties for insecurities.

  • Updated 30April

    Newington - Priority 2 - Unauthorised Encampments

    This priority is managed by Hull City Council. It is aimed to encompass both unauthorised encampments on Hull City Council land and rough sleepers in the regeneration area/derelict houses.

  • Updated 29May

    Newington - Priority 1 - Open to Trespass Properties and Associated Environmental Issues

    Primarily managed by officers from Hull City Council, Neighbourhood Policing Team, Police Community
    Support Officers regularly report open to trespass properties and fly tipping to Hull City Council in an effort to have them secured, thus reducing the calls for service that are made to the police service for instances of Anti Social Behaviour, criminal damage etc. Neighbourhood Policing Team officers continue to patrol the areas and report properties to Hull City Council. Hull City Council officers conduct regular patch walks checking properties for insecurities.

  • Updated 29May

    Newington - Priority 2 - Unauthorised Encampments

    This priority is managed by Hull City Council. It is aimed to encompass both unauthorised encampments on Hull City Council land and rough sleepers in the regeneration area/derelict houses.

  • Updated 01July

    Newington - Priority 1 - Open to Trespass Properties and Associated Environmental Issues

    Primarily managed by officers from Hull City Council. Neighbourhood Policing Team, Police Community Support Officers regularly report open to trespass properties and flytipping to Hull City Council in an effort to have them secured, thus reducing the calls for service that are made to the police service for instances of Anti Social Behaviour, criminal damage etc. Neighbourhood Policing Team Officers continue to patrol the areas and report properties to Hull City Council. Hull City Council Officers conduct regular patch walks checking properties for insecurities.

  • Updated 31July

    NEWINGTON - PRIORITY 1 - Open to Trespass Properties and associated Environmental Issues

    Primarily managed by officers from Hull City Council. Neighbourhood Policing Team, Police Community Support Officers regularly report open to trespass properties and flytipping to Hull City Council in an effort to have them secured, thus reducing the calls for service that are made to the police service for instances of Anti Social Behaviour, criminal damage etc. Neighbourhood Policing Team Officers continue to patrol the areas and report properties to Hull City Council. Hull City Council Officers conduct regular patch walks checking properties for insecurities.

  • Updated 31July

    NEWINGTON - PRIORITY 2 - Unauthorised Encampments

    This priority is managed by Hull City Council. It is aimed to encompass both unauthorised encampments on Hull City Council land and rough sleepers in the regeneration area/derelict houses.

  • Updated 03September

    NEWINGTON - PRIORITY 1 - Open to Trespass Properties and Associated Environmental Issues

    Primarily managed by Officers from Hull City Council. Neighbourhood Policing Team Police Community Support Officers regularly report open to trespass properties and fly tipping to Hull City Council in an effort to have them secured, thus reducing the calls for service that are made to the Police Service for instances of anti-social behaviour, criminal damage etc. Neighbourhood Policing Team Officers continue to patrol the areas and report properties to Hull City Council. Hull City Council Officers conduct regular patch walks, checking properties for insecurities.

  • Updated 03September

    NEWINGTON - PRIORITY 2 - Unauthorised Encampments

    This priority is managed by Hull City Council. It is aimed to encompass both unauthorised encampments on Hull City Council land and rough sleepers in the regeneration area/derelict houses.

  • Updated 03October

    Newington - Priority 1 - Open to Trespass Properties and Associated Environmental Issues

    Primarily managed by officers from Hull City Council, Neighbourhood Policing Team, Police Community
    Support Officers regularly report open to trespass properties and fly-tipping to Hull City Council in an effort to have them secured, thus reducing the calls for service that are made to the police service for instances of Anti Social Behaviour, criminal damage etc. Neighbourhood Policing Team officers continue to patrol the areas and report properties to Hull City Council. Hull City Council officers conduct regular patch walks checking properties for insecurities.

  • Updated 03October

    Newington - Priority 2 - Unauthorised Encampments

    This priority is managed by Hull City Council. It is aimed to encompass both unauthorised encampments on Hull City Council land and rough sleepers in the regeneration area/derelict houses.

  • Updated 07November

    NEWINGTON - Priority 1 - Open to Trespass Properties and Associated Environmental Issues

    Primarily managed by officers from Hull City Council. Neighbourhood Policing Team Police Community Support Officers regularly report open to trespass properties and fly tipping to Hull City Council in an effort to have them secured, thus reducing the calls for service that are made to the Police Service for instances of Anti-Social Behaviour, criminal damage etc. Neighbourhood Policing Team Officers continue to patrol the areas and report properties to Hull City Council. Hull City Council officers conduct regular patch walks checking properties for insecurities.

  • Updated 07November

    NEWINGTON - Priority 2 - Unauthorised Encampments

    This priority is managed by Hull City Council. It is aimed to encompass both unauthorised encampments on Hull City Council land and rough sleepers in the regeneration area/derelict houses.

  • Updated 30April

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    Reduce offences of shop theft.

    We did

    On 10 April 2014 a 35 year old man from Coltman Street attended at a supermarket on Anlaby Road, he attended at the fish and meat counter and stole products worth approximately £30 and then made off. He was arrested the following day and charged with the theft. He appeared at Hull Magistrates Court on 12 April 2014 where the case was adjourned pending pre-sentence reports to be prepared.

  • Updated 30April

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Cultivation of Cannabis

    Reduce drug offences.

    We did

    On 11 April 2014 officers attended at an address on Parkfield Drive following information received from the public. A small grow of cannabis plants was found in an upstairs bedroom. The resident was arrested and charged with Production of Cannabis, the man will appear at Hull Magistrates Court on 29 April 2014.

  • Updated 30April

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Conspiracy to supply Amphetamine

    Reduce drug offences.

    We did

    On 22 April 2014, a 53 year old man from Granville Street appeared at Hull Magistrates Court charged with Conspiracy to Supply a Class B drug, namely Amphetamine. He was remanded into custody pending a trial at Hull Crown Court.

  • Updated 29May

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Criminal Damage - Anlaby Road

    A man attended a public house and consumed a large amount of alcohol started arguing with other people in the pub. He left and returned with a brick and threw it at the windows.

    We did

    On 10 May 2014 a 40 year old man attended at a public house where he consumed a large amount of alcohol and started to argue with other people in the pub. The man then left but returned with a brick and threw it at the windows causing both panes to smash. He was arrested shortly after the incident and was charged with Criminal Damage. He is due to appear at Hull Magistrates Court on 27 May.

  • Updated 29May

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Theft from Charity Box - Walton Street

    A Dove House Hospice charity box stolen from the bar area in Walton Street Club.

    We did

    On 20 May 2014 Christopher WHINN, 39 years of Melrose Street entered the Walton Street Club as a trespasser and stole a Dove House Hospice charity box from the bar area. He then made off from the area with the box. He was arrested later on that day and charged with burglary. He appeared at Hull Magistrates Court on 21 May 2014 where he pleaded guilty to the burglary, he was sentenced to 16 weeks imprisonment. An extra 8 weeks was also added to this due to a suspended sentence which he received recently for a shop theft and breach of Anti Social Behaviour Order.

  • Updated 29May

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Theft of Motor Vehicle - Albert Avenue

    A man attended a garage on Albert Avenue to test drive a car and then drove off without the owners permission.

    We did

    On 20 May 2014 a 20 year old man attended at a car garage on Albert Avenue to test drive a car. He then drove off in the car without the owners’ permission. He was later arrested and charged with the theft of motor vehicle, he was also charged with driving without insurance, driving whilst unfit through drink or drugs and failing to provide a specimen for analysis. He will be appearing at Hull Magistrates Court on 4 June 2014.

  • Updated 01July

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Burglary

    To reduce offences of burglary.

    We did

    On 30 May 2014 a 34 year old man from Ampleforth Grove entered a house on Melrose Street via an insecure door, he was seen acting suspiciously inside the house and Police were called. Police attended as the man was leaving the house. He was arrested and charged with burglary.

    On 31 May 2014 the man appeared at Hull Magistrates Court where the case was adjourned until 5 June 2014. On 5 June 2014 the case was then sent to Hull Crown Court with a date to be fixed.

  • Updated 01July

    You said

    Offenders brought to Justice - Public Order

    To reduce public order offences.

    We did

    On 3 June 2014 Peter HALL, 41 years of Albert Avenue and Thomas KAY, 47 years of Green Close were both seen to be fighting in West Park in front of members of public. When Police Officers arrived and confronted them they continued to shout obscenities at each other. They were both arrested and charged with a Public Order offence.

    On 18 June 2014 they both appeared at Hull Magistrates Court and both pleaded guilty. They were each fined £35, ordered to pay victim surcharge of £20 and pay costs of £85.

  • Updated 01July

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    To reduce offences of shop theft.

    We did

    On 10 June 2014 a 35 year old woman from Lees Walk entered a supermarket on Anlaby Road. She stole £44 worth of dairy products and made off from the store. She was arrested following Police enquiries and charged with the theft.

    On 20 June 2014 she appeared at Hull Magistrates Court where she pleaded guilty to the theft. The case was adjourned until 3 July.

  • Updated 01July

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    To reduce offences of shop theft.

    We did

    On 14 June 2014, Brett NICKLIN, 33 years of Tilbury Road entered a supermarket on Anlaby Road and stole 3 bottles of wine. As he was making off from the store he was stopped by a Police patrol and found to be in possession of the bottles of wine. He was arrested and charged with the theft.

    On 16 June 2014 he appeared at Hull Magistrates Court where he pleaded guilty to the theft. He was discharged conditionally for 12 months and instructed to pay a victim surcharge of £15.

  • Updated 01July

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Assault

    To reduce offences of assault.

    We did

    On 20 June 2014, a 22 year old man entered a take away on Anlaby Road whilst he was under the influence of alcohol. He entered the staff area and was requested to leave by staff but refused, he was then physically escorted back to the customer area but whilst doing this he punched one of the staff members in the mouth. He was arrested shortly after.

    On 21 June 2014 he was interviewed and was very apologetic about his actions. Due to the low level of injury, the remorse shown and that the male had no previous convictions it was agreed that the male would be dealt with by Restorative Practice. The male agreed to attend an anger management course.

  • Updated 31July

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Shop Theft

    To reduce offences of theft from shop.

    We did

    On 2 July 2014, James MCALLISTER, 36 years of Lois Crescent who was circulated as a wanted man was spotted by a Newington Ward PCSO on Anlaby Road. Following a short foot chase MCALLISTER climbed a garden fence and started garden hopping. After a search of the gardens he was found hiding in a wheelie bin, he was arrested for a number of previously reported shop thefts and a Fail to Appear Warrant.

    On 3 July 2014 he appeared at Hull Magistrates Court where he pleaded guilty to the 9 shop thefts. He was committed to prison for 26 weeks.

  • Updated 31July

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Passing Counterfeit Money

    To reduce offences of passing counterfeit currency.

    We did

    On 13 July 2014, Dean CHAPMAN, 30 years of Albert Avenue knowingly passed a counterfeit £20 note to a bus driver when paying for a journey. After receiving his change CHAPMAN got off the bus and did not go on the journey he had paid for. Following Police enquiries CHAPMAN was arrested on 15 July 2014 and later charged with the offence.

    On 24 July 2014 he appeared at Hull Magistrates Court and pleaded guilty. He was issued a Community Order whereby he will be under curfew for 10 weeks, he must remain at his home address between 2000 and 0600 hours daily, which will be electronically monitored. He was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £60. A Destruction Order was also made for the counterfeit £20 note.

  • Updated 31July

    You said

    Offender brought to Justice - Handling Stolen Goods

    To reduce offences of handling stolen goods.

    We did

    On 21 July 2014, John WILSON, 38 years of Alliance Avenue was arrested on Plane Street for a previously reported shop theft. Upon being searched the arresting officers found goods believed to be stolen in his possession. He was charged with the shop theft and also with handling stolen goods.

    On 22 July 2014 he appeared at Hull Magistrates Court where he pleaded guilty to the theft and handling offences. He was sentenced to 12 weeks imprisonment suspended for 12 months, ordered to pay compensation of £23, pay a victim surcharge of £80 and also pay costs of £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

  • Updated 03September

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice

    Shop Theft – Anlaby Road

    We did

    On 12 August 2014, Alec BACHE, 36 years, of Grafton Street, entered a supermarket on Anlaby Road. Whilst inside the store he concealed approximately £35 worth of meat from the fridge and left without paying. Following enquiries by a local PCSO, BACHE was indentified as the offender and on 22 August 2014, he was arrested for the theft and numerous other shop thefts. He attended at court on 23 August 2014, where he was remanded into custody for an appearance at a later date.

  • Updated 03September

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice

    Breach of Anti-Social Behaviour Order – Anlaby Road

    We did

    On 27 July 2014, Tony BROWN, 45 years, of North Road, threatened to burn down a shopkeeper’s store on Anlaby Road, causing the shopkeeper alarm and distress. BROWN has an Anti-Social Behaviour Order prohibiting him from causing anyone alarm, harassment or distress.

    On 10 August 2014, BROWN was seen to be drinking from an open container of alcohol by PCSO WALL, BROWN is prohibited from doing this as per his ASBO so was arrested for this breach.

    On 11 August 2014, BROWN appeared at Hull Magistrates’ Court where he indicated a plea of guilty. He was sentenced to 30 weeks imprisonment suspended for 12 months and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £80.

  • Updated 03September

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice

    Burglary – KC Stadium

    We did

    On 7 August 2014, whilst at a Hull City football match, a man entered a private hospitality box and stole a handbag. He was captured on the stadium CCTV and following Police enquiries, a photograph of the man was published in the Hull Daily Mail. The offender was then identified following numerous calls identifying him.

    On 22 August 2014, Raymond JACOBSON, 42 years, of Brucella Grove, was arrested for the burglary and subsequently charged to appear at Court, he appeared at Hull Magistrates’ Court the following day where he was remanded into custody until 27 August. On 27 August 2014, he appeared again at Hull Magistrates’ Court where he was remanded into custody pending a Case Management Hearing to be held.

  • Updated 03September

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice

    Shop Theft – Albert Avenue

    We did

    On 30 July 2014, John WILSON, 38 years, of Alliance Avenue, who was wanted for a number of shop thefts, was seen by Officers on Albert Avenue and arrested. He was later charged with the thefts and appeared at Hull Magistrates’ Court the following day.

    On 31 July 2014, WILSON was sentenced to 6 weeks imprisonment, he was also the subject of a 12 weeks suspended sentence for previous Shop Thefts which was also added to the 6 weeks. WILSON is currently serving an 18 weeks sentence.

  • Updated 03October

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Burglary - Ruskin Street, Park Avenue and Perry Street

    Burglaries occurred on Ruskin Street, Park Avenue and Perry Street. Arrests have been made.

    We did

    On 21 September 2014 a burglary occurred at an address on Ruskin Street, entry was gained by someone forcing open a rear UPVC window. Once inside items were stolen and the offender left by unlocking the rear door using the keys.

    On 18 September 2014 a burglary occurred at an address on Park Avenue, Perry Street, entry was gained via an open downstairs window. Once inside a search was conducted of the whole house and numerous electrical items, jewellery and personal items were stolen. The offender again left by unlocking the rear door using the keys.

    Multiple arrests have been made in regards to these burglaries and a 12 year old boy from the local area has been charged with both offences. He will appear at Hull Magistrates Court on 7 October 2014.

  • Updated 03October

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Drugs Offences - Sandringham Street

    Information was received from the local community about a strong smell of cannabis.

    We did

    Due to information received by members of the local community about a strong smell of cannabis coming from a house, on 19 September 2014 officers attended at an address on Sandringham Street. Entry was gained and a small cannabis factory was discovered.

    A 61 year old man was arrested and is currently on Police bail pending further enquiries.

  • Updated 03October

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Breach of Anti Social Behaviour Order - Anlaby Road

    BROWN was abusive to staff at pharmacy on Anlaby Road.

    We did

    On 12 September 2014 Tony BROWN, 45 years of No Fixed Abode attended at a pharmacy on Anlaby Road. Whilst inside the pharmacy he was abusive to staff and asked to leave which he did. Later that day he returned to the pharmacy and again was abusive to staff, this breached his anti social behaviour order. Police attended and whilst in front of Police BROWN drank from an open can of alcohol which he is prohibited from doing so by his Anti Social Behaviour Order. BROWN was arrested for these breaches. BROWN was charged with the breaches and detained for Court.

    He appeared at Hull Magistrates Court the following day where he was sentenced to 40 weeks imprisonment, 10 weeks for these breaches and 30 weeks from a suspended sentence.

  • Updated 03October

    You said

    Offender Brought to Justice - Racially Aggravated Public Order Offence - KC Stadium

    SCRIVENS arrested for using threatening and abusive language at a football fan whilst at KC Stadium.

    We did

    On 28 August 2014 Matthew SCRIVENS, 28 years of First Lane, Hessle was arrested for using threatening and abusive language at a football fan whilst inside the KC Stadium watching Hull City play football. SCRIVENS was seen and heard by members of the public to use the language, he was challenged by members of the public and this was reported to stewards. Police attended and arrested him. He was charged with the offence and appeared at Hull Magistrates Court on 10 September. He was fined £100, he must pay £85 costs and pay a victim surcharge of £20.

  • Updated 07November

    You said

    Offender brought to justice

    Burglary x 2 – Glencoe Street

    We did

    On 14 October 2014 a burglary occurred at an address on Glencoe Street, entry was gained via an insecure rear door, numerous items stolen from within the house and the garden.

    On 15 October 2014 a burglary occurred at an address on Glencoe Street, entry was gained via an insecure front door and numerous items were stolen from inside.

    On 18 October 2014 a 16 year old male was arrested and later charged with both burglaries. On 20 October 2014 the male appeared at Hull Magistrates Court where he pleaded not guilty to the offences. He was given Conditional Bail which includes a curfew and exclusion zone.

:Street Surgery (Newington)

26/11/2012

From 10:00 until 10:30

Police Surgeries

Outside Newington Health Centre 2 Plane Street Anlaby Road Hull
HU3 6BX

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:Police Surgery

27/5/2014

From 15:30 until 16:00

Police Surgeries

Outside Newington Health Centre 2 Plane Street Hull
HU3 6BX

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:Police Surgery

26/6/2014

From 10:00 until 10:30

Police Surgeries

Lonsdale Community Centre 8 Lonsdale Street Hull
HU3 6PA

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:Police Surgery

28/7/2014

From 11:00 until 11:30

Police Surgeries

Outside Sainsburys, 455 Anlaby Road, Hull.
HU3 6AS

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:Police Surgery

18/8/2014

From 11:00 until 11:30

Police Surgeries

Outside Sainsburys, 455 Anlaby Road, Hull.
HU3 6AS

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:Police Surgery

18/9/2014

From 10:00 until 10:30

Police Surgeries

Lonsdale Community Centre Café, 8 Lonsdale Street, Hull
HU3 6PA

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:Police Surgery

24/10/2014

From 11:00 until 11:30

Police Surgeries

Outside Sainsbury’s, 455 Anlaby Road, Hull
HU3 6AS

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:Police Surgery

24/10/2014

From 11:00 until 11:30

Police Surgeries

Outside of Sainsbury's 455 Anlaby Road Hull
HU3 6AS

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:Police Surgery

28/11/2014

From 10:00 until 10:30

Police Surgeries

Outside of Sainsbury's 455 Anlaby Road Hull
HU3 6AS

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:Police Surgery

28/11/2014

From 10:00 until 10:30

Police Surgeries

Outside of Sainsburys, 455 Anlaby Road, Hull
HU3 6AS

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:Police Surgery

17/12/2014

From 15:00 until 15:30

Police Surgeries

Outside of Newington Health Centre, 2 Plane Street, Hull
HU3 6BX

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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: Newington

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.

Newington is policed by D Division

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Chief Superintendent Scott Young

Commander for D Division

About street level crime information: Newington

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