Bridlington South

Insp Robert Cocker
Insp Robert Cocker
Sergeant 1310 Rachel Brocklesby
Sergeant 1310 Rachel Brocklesby
PC 2408 Nicky Cammiss
PC 2408 Nicky Cammiss
PCSO 7617 Beverley Feirn
PCSO 7617 Beverley Feirn
PCSO 7618 Mark White
PCSO 7618 Mark White
PCSO 7632 Rebecca Brown
PCSO 7632 Rebecca Brown
PCSO 7791 Michael Singh
PCSO 7791 Michael Singh
PCSO 7792 Karen Hoyle
PCSO 7792 Karen Hoyle
PCSO 7849 Adrian Clark
PCSO 7849 Adrian Clark

News From This Area

27 Mar 2017

​Warning to off-road motorbike and mini-moto users

Bridlington: Inappropriate use will result in vehicles being seized.

The Bridlington Community Team are urging people not to risk injuring themselves and members of the community or falling foul of the law when using off-road motorbikes or mini-moto’s.

27 Feb 2017

Stolen goods sold online

Bridlington: Pair jailed for stealing from firm to sell via Ebay

A warehouse manager who stole designer leather goods from his employer and a woman who sold them on via Ebay have been jailed.

Mark Johnson, 47, of Windsor Crescent, Bridlington, was jailed for 12 months after admitting the theft goods valued at £24,242 from 7 Vision Ltd, Driffield, between April 2014 and April 2016.

17 Feb 2017

Woman robbed on Gypsey Bank

Bridlington: Can you help us identify her attackers?

We are appealing for help in tracing four men who are said to have been involved in robbing a woman on Gypsey Bank in Bridlington.

The incident happened on the footpath between Midway Avenue and St John’s Avenue, at around 7.30pm on Tuesday, February 14.

10 Jan 2017

Charged with racial abuse

Bridlington: Hirst due before court

A Bridlington man is due in court next month charged with racially abusing a police officer in the town.

Christopher Hirst, 26, of Trinity Avenue, Bridlington, is charged with two counts of using threatening or abusive words and behaviour towards PC Michael Amidulla and one of racially or religiously aggravated harassment towards him.

4 Jan 2017

Make the resolution to keep your bike safe

Humberside: Bicycles remain a popular present so please ensure you keep yours safe and register it on-line

We are urging cycle owners to make cycle security and registration their New Year’s resolution.

Bikes are always popular presents - from that memorable first bike to the latest top-spec machine for an enthusiastic amateur.

30 Dec 2016

Register your Christmas gifts on Immobilise

Humberside: Please help us tackle the stolen goods market

We are urging people to get any new gifts they have bought or receive over Christmas registered free with the property logging website www.Immobilise.com. 

Doing so will mean your valuables are more likely to be returned if lost or stolen, as well as potentially catching a criminal in possession of stolen goods.

29 Dec 2016

Two assaults in Cliff Street

Bridlington: Can you identify man in CCTV stills?

Do you recognise the shorter man in these pictures?

Officers are keen to speak to him following two suspected assaults in Cliff Street, Bridlington, in the early hours of Sunday, December 18, which left one victim with a broken jaw and the other unconscious.

20 Dec 2016

Man assaulted with a glass

Bridlington: Any witnesses are urged to call 101

We’re looking for independent witnesses following an assault at Utopia on Esplanade, Bridlington at around 3.40am on Saturday 17 December.

30-year-old man was talking to a woman in the club when a second woman approached. Following a brief disagreement the second woman struck him with a glass.

The man suffered a deep cut to his arm that required treatment.

16 Dec 2016

Car crime warning

Bridlington: Motorist urged to protect their cars following rise in offences

In the past two weeks there have been 22 vehicle crime in Bridlington and we are urging the public to help us in preventing offences and reporting any information about the people responsible.

Between Monday 28 November and Sunday 11 December we have received reports of 17 thefts from vehicles, four vehicles being damaged and one theft of a car in Bridlington.

16 Dec 2016

Woman assaulted outside house

Bridlington: Did you see anything?

A woman suffered bruising to her arms and legs after being assaulted outside a house in Midway Avenue, Bridlington.

We are now keen to speak to independent witnesses to the incident, which happened between 6pm and 7pm on Saturday, December 10 and is said to have involved a woman known to the victim.

Key Information

There are plenty of opportunities for you to meet your local officers and talk to them about problems you're worried about. You can pop along to Police Surgeries, which are informal drop-in sessions at well visited places in the community. It's a chance to meet your local officers, tell them about crime and antisocial behaviour in your area and get crime prevention advice.

You can also have a say in what your local police and other agencies focus on in your area at Priority Setting Meetings. Any member of the community can go along and talk to local officers and PCSO's, council workers and people from Fire and Rescue about issues you face. What you say at these meetings will help the policing teams decide how they should focus their resources in your area. If you think we're getting it right or wrong at the moment, come along and have your say.

Priorities

Last Updated 6 Apr 2017

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16 Apr 2017

Anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour continues to be a priority for local officers who are constantly looking to identify offenders and deal with them appropriately. We work closely alongside the East Riding of Yorkshire Council and their anti-social behaviour team to reduce the amount of anti-social behaviour we have in Bridlington and surrounding villages. We do this by identifying offenders and if necessary sending individuals’ a fairway letter. A fairway letter is a letter sent by the council after they receive information from the police about an incident. The letter contains details of the incident and the persons’ involvement in the incident. This is sent to their home address. If an individual gets three of these letters they will be invited to the police station to sign an acceptable behaviour contract (ABC). This is a voluntary contract between the police, council and the individual that they will adhere to a number of conditions for a 6 month period. If the individual continues to commit anti-social behaviour, the police can look to apply to the courts for a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO). This order is similar to the ABC but the conditions are issued by the court therefore if they are breached an individual can be arrested and put before the court.

Being a victim of anti-social behaviour can have huge impacts on people’s lives. Although anti-social behaviour can seem like small things such as throwing stones or egging, they impact people differently and can be traumatic experiences.

At Bridlington we understand this and take all instances of anti-social behaviour very seriously and are constantly working in the background to reduce this issue.

26 Apr 2017

Shop theft

Shop theft currently accounts for a large portion of crime in Bridlington in January, mainly in the South of Bridlington. This area includes the town centre and main supermarkets.   This is something that local officers aim to reduce daily and the shops in Bridlington have great relationships with each other and local officer, passing information and intelligence on potential offenders.

They also link in well with civic CCTV who assist wherever possible