Police and Agency requests

We are committed to managing risk and reducing harm to the residents of Humberside.

We will support other police forces and agencies with enquiries which carry an immediate or significant risk of harm.  Please select from the below and follow the instructions provided. Clearly anything with immediate or significant harm could be passed via telephone to action straight away. All requests should provide sufficient detail to allow us to accurately assess the risk and prioritise accordingly.

Our policy regarding arrest requests complies with Code G of PACE and the Human Rights Act and must explain why the Officer in the Case (OIC) cannot do this themselves.

Our policy regarding bail checks is in line with CPS and Home Office guidance in that we will only consider requests that provide supporting rationale to avoid infringement of the Human Rights Act. All checks must be justifiable and proportionate.

If you need immediate assistance for a person in imminent danger call Humberside Police on 999. We can only enter premises if authorised by statute or warrant

We will not deploy to enquiries for driving document checks.

We will not issue harassment warnings (Police Information Notices) on behalf of other forces.

We will not deploy to requests for interviews unless there is an immediate threat or significant risk of harm or another significant reason why the officer in the case cannot do this by alternative methods available. This includes obtaining telephone statements as per CPS guidance.

For transfer of a missing person to Humberside Police please use agreed Compact guidelines.

If you need immediate assistance for a person in imminent danger call Humberside Police on 999.

We will only conduct other warrants/enquiries/visits/tasks where on application of our THRIVE principles there is an immediate threat or significant risk of harm. Rationale must be provided to aid the assessment.

We will not deploy to registered owner checks unless there is an immediate threat or significant risk of harm or, the vehicle is believed to be involved in a serious crime.

We will not deploy resources to report offenders.

We will only deploy resources to obtain statements if there are significant reasons why the OIC cannot do this and alternative methods (e.g. telephone statements) are not possible. In such circumstances a full rationale must be provided for a THRIVE assessment.