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Insp Mel Christie
Insp Mel Christie
Sgt 985 Jo Clark
Sgt 985 Jo Clark
PC 0373 Matthew Stephenson
PC 0373 Matthew Stephenson
PCSO 7736 Kirsty Davison
PCSO 7736 Kirsty Davison
PCSO 7877 Rebecca Wildman
PCSO 7877 Rebecca Wildman

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Chief Constable response after officer assaults (Humberside Police)

Tuesday, 15 Oct 2018 14:54
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Tuesday, 15 Oct 2018 07:56
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Man sustains facial injuries during assault (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 9 Oct 2018 15:50
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Organised crime gang jailed (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 9 Oct 2018 15:15
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We could be knocking at your door - but we just want to talk (Humberside Police)

Tuesday, 8 Oct 2018 10:21
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All the fun of the fair (Humberside Police)

Friday, 4 Oct 2018 14:49
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Boy arrested in connection with alleged assault (Humberside Police)

Friday, 4 Oct 2018 12:17
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Results of knife surrender (Humberside Police)

Tuesday, 1 Oct 2018 11:58
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Risks in using free or unofficial software to view pirated digital material (Humberside Police)

Friday, 20 Sep 2018 11:42
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British Airways Data Breach (Humberside Police)

Saturday, 7 Sep 2018 11:34
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Befriending Strangers on Social Media is a Scam Risk (Humberside Police)

Tuesday, 6 Aug 2018 11:24
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News From This Area

19 Oct 2018
North East Lincolnshire

A 14-year-old Grimsby boy has been arrested in connection with a series of reported thefts and assaults in the town.

The boy, who cannot legally be named due to his age, is suspected of:

17 Sep 2018
South bank: Northern Lincolnshire teams are taking to Twitter

You’ve already joined us out #OnTheBeat in the East Riding – and now we’re offering you the chance to spend some time with our neighbourhood teams on the south bank.

This week teams from Grimsby, Scunthorpe and rural North Lincolnshire will be taking to Twitter to give live updates about their shifts as they head out across the area to serve our communities.

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 9 Mar 2018

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19 Mar 2018

Your Community Officers will identify vulnerable and repeat victims of crime and ASB, to work with them and partner agencies to help prevent them from becoming further victims. They will also identify repeat callers for service where the nature of the call is not necessarily a police matter, however, these people feel they don’t know who else to contact. We will endeavour to assist these people who may have vulnerabilities to access the help and services they need.

Your community officers will also identify those persons who by their behaviour generate repeat calls for service. We will work with those people, involving partner agencies where appropriate, to prevent re-offending, and hopefully provide positive outcomes for them, and the communities they affect.

29 Mar 2018

Rogue Traders prey on the elderly and vulnerable residents, generally cold calling, touting to carry out work such as gardening and roofing repairs to name but two. Residents can feel intimidated and pressured to 'employ' these persons, who can then charge extortionate prices for the work they carry out, often inflated on the quotes already given. Your local officers have been working closely with other agencies and have identified and dealt with several persons engaged in this type of activity. This will continue to help prevent residents become victims of this type of crime.