Insp Mel Christie
Insp Mel Christie
Sgt 1886 Neil Magson
Sgt 1886 Neil Magson
PC 0373 Matthew Stephenson
PC 0373 Matthew Stephenson
PCSO 7824 Richard Heseltine
PCSO 7824 Richard Heseltine
PCSO 7871 Louise Davis
PCSO 7871 Louise Davis

News From This Area

13 Oct 2016

Restaurants targeted

Grimsby: Fresh appeal for witnesses

Officers investigating an attempted robbery and a burglary at two Grimsby branches of McDonalds have made a fresh appeal for witnesses.

It is believed the incidents at the restaurants in Birchin Way and Laceby in the early hours of Thursday, September 8, may be linked.

And today officers are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.

8 Aug 2016

Man assaulted in street

Grimsby: Did you see or hear anything?

A man suffered facial injuries after being assaulted by a man and a woman in Grimsby’s Sherwood Road.

The incident is said to have happened at around 1am on Saturday, August 6, when the man and woman approached the victim from the direction of Watford Avenue, before assaulting him.

10 May 2016

Sign up for Lifestyle 2016

Humberside: Lifestyle 2016 launched at Princes Quay on Saturday

Humberside Police’s Lifestyle project -which has inspired over 160,000 young people to make a difference in their community since 1989 - launched at Princes Quay on Saturday 7 May and teams are now being urged to register at www.humberside.police.uk/lifestyle.

19 Feb 2016

Operation Impact tackles drug dealing

Humberside wide: Over 50 arrests, large quantity of drugs seized, money & property confiscated, weapons recovered during the Operation

Humberside Police are hailing Operation Impact – ‘a focus on tackling drug dealing and organised crime across the Humberside area’ - a success.

11 Jan 2016

Cars stolen following burglaries in East Yorkshire

Humberside: Keep keys out or sight and report suspicious behaviour

Police are reminding members of the public to keep car keys out of view to prevent two in one burglaries after a spate of incident sin East Yorkshire in 2016.

These are offences were burglars gain access to people’s homes, before stealing car keys which they use to then steal vehicles parked close by.

2 Dec 2015

37 people arrested for domestic abuse

Speak Out, We Will Listen. #lifecanbebetter

On average Humberside Police attend 44 domestic abuse incidents a day.

Locally this is broken down to;

North East Lincolnshire: 12 incidents per day

North Lincolnshire: 7 incidents per day

East Riding: 8 incidents per day

Hull: 17 incidents per day 

30 Nov 2015

Domestic Abuse – Safeguarding Children and Adults

What is MARAC and why is it so important?

If a person poses a serious risk to a partner or to others in our community, the police and our partners will implement a plan to ensure the public is protected and victims supported.
A week into the domestic abuse campaign, we offer an insight into the efforts Humberside Police and our partners make to keep our communities safe.

25 Nov 2015

White Ribbon Day

Humberside Police are Proud to Support White RIbbon

Hull and North Lincolnshire are proud to be awarded White Ribbon status, which is a national movement encouraging men to take a stand against violence against women.

Highly respected sportsmen, Editors of local newspapers, Humberside policemen, MP’s and Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner are just some of the ambassadors for Hull’s White Ribbon campaign.

23 Nov 2015

Life can be better than this

Domestic Abuse: Speak Out, We Will Listen

Would it surprise you to know on average a victim will encounter 35 abusive incidents before they consider reporting it to the police?

27 Oct 2015

Break-in at Laceby pub

Grimsby: Can you help trace men responsible?

Officers are appealing for information after two men broke into a Laceby pub in the early hours of this morning.

The landlord was alerted to the break-in at around 2.30am today (Monday, October 26) and came down into the pub to find two men, wearing balaclavas.

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.


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123 Oct 2015

Engagement with rural farming community

223 Oct 2015

Crime reduction in general