Welcome to the Beverley Neighbourhood Policing Area
Welcome to the Beverley Neighbourhood Policing Team, which covers the wards of Beverley Rural, Minster and Woodmansey and St Mary’s.
With the magnificent Beverley Minster and Westwood this is a policing area that does experience its fair share of visitors, especially on race days. With the unique shops in the area and history that surrounds us we want to ensure that everyone enjoys their days out in the area.
We are a dedicated team of police officers, police community support officers and support staff. We work closely with the public and other agencies to reduce crime and antisocial behaviour, building safer and stronger communities. We’re here to keep you safe and be visible in the right area at the right time. If you see us out and about please stop and say hello.
Update From Inspector Rob Danby
Hello and Welcome,
Having joined the team in November I have spent the last few weeks getting to know the team and making introductions to the many partners that support us as a policing team. The team is well established and covers a large area that is diverse in its geography and make up. I have policed the East Riding and Hull area for most of my career, some 21 years, so coming to Beverley and Haltemprice as the neighbourhood policing inspector feels like something quite special for me. Having spent some 5 years in neighbourhood policing previously I have experience of the role, but also being local to the policing area I know it well and feel I have the extra drive to work even harder to do the best I can for what is also my own community.
From a policing perspective we continue to work hard despite the challenges faced by Covid. We remain committed to keeping people safe by engaging and listening to the community so that we best placed to respond to issues before they become problems. Beverley and Haltemprice is a great place to live and work with relatively low levels of crime and anti social behaviour. That said it makes my responsibility all the more important in helping to not only maintain that but to also continue to improve that position wherever we can.
We can’t do it on our own though. We need the support of the public through the information and reports you give us. To this end I would encourage you to speak to your local team and tell us what issues might be affecting you.
There are many ways to keep in touch nowadays. You can call us or pop in to a police station and ask to speak to one of the neighbourhood team. You can even sign up to a local Independent Advisory Group to have your say on policing in the area.
If you prefer modern modes of communication, you can look for us online on social media, or even our online surgeries.
I would encourage everyone to sign up to My Community Alert. This is a way for us to send information to you directly about issues in your area and what we are doing about them. Often people don’t think about crime or anti-social behaviour in their area until it affects them
I want to ensure the people of Beverley and surrounding areas get real value from their neighbourhood policing team. To do that, we need to address the issues that affect them most. We will do this by making ourselves available to be seen and even on the doorstep through Humber Talking.
Please navigate the site below to select your local community. You can instantly find out more about your local Neighbourhood Policing Team, see how you can get involved in shaping our activities, find out more about what the team are doing and see some of our recent appeals for support and examples of our good work.