Beverley and Newland

Welcome to the Beverley and Newland neighbourhood policing team

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Meet Your Team

Insp 1937 Jamie Campbell
Insp 1937 Jamie Campbell
Sgt 2435 Andrew Waller
Sgt 2435 Andrew Waller
PC 2089 Neil Chambers
PC 2089 Neil Chambers
PC 2410 Mellors
PC 2410 Mellors
PCSO 7522 Finlay Smith
PCSO 7522 Finlay Smith
PCSO 7690 Terry Mitchell
PCSO 7690 Terry Mitchell

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What's Happening In Your Area?

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Welcome to the Beverley/Newland Ward Neighbourhood policing team

Stay informed through our social media channels, find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.  Don't forget to also sign up to My Community Alert and receive community alerts directly to your devices.

For incidents that don’t require an immediate response call our non-emergency 101 line. You can also report non-emergency crimes online via our reporting portal. In an emergency always dial 999.

Coronovirus (Covid-19)

As we move back to plan A, we encourage everyone to make sure that they follow the Government guidance and continue to stay safe.

Begging and street drinking on Newland Avenue and Beverley Road.

The Neighbourhood team have been working closely with partner agencies and homeless Charities to give support and help for the homeless in the area. This work is ongoing and I am delighted to tell you that we have found accommodation for seven homeless people who are having continued support.

Our priority is to always support and engage with beggars and make a difference if we can. Each person is dealt with individually and holistically.

The team are conducting regular patrols between the hours of 7am to 11pm.

Team the team have done the following this month. 

Street surgeries have been conducted on Oak Road playing fields and on Newland Avenue.


High Visibility Patrols have been conducted in and around the Newland Avenue and Beverley Road due to an increase in burglary offences.


Visits to streets affected by the burglary offences speaking to residents making them aware of these issues and giving advice on crime prevention.


Joint patch walk Newland Avenue and Beverley Road with partner agencies from HCC speaking to residents and traders about any issues that they might have.


Attending meetings with new traders group that has been formed in the Newland Avenue discussing what issues they have and how to best tackle these problems. Also having initial discussions about possible future community events they might be planning for the area.


Liaising with homeless people in the area who are begging, also signposting them towards charities that would be able to help them with these issues.


Traffic check point done on Beverley Road with the assistance of a number of special constables. A number of cars were stopped and checked and drivers were dealt with for a number of offences.


Patrols of Beverley Road and Newland Avenue stopping and advising cyclists re cycling on the footpath. This was following a number of complaints made at street surgeries.


Dealing with issues from a number of HMO’s in the area, speaking to tenants and to landlords about the issues and trying to put a stop to noise complaints made by residents.

 

High Vis patrols in the Newland Avenue area in relation to recent graffiti that has appeared in the area. Linking in with local council and community groups in order to remove the damage caused.

 

 

 

 

Charges in April 2022.

John PUCKERING charged with assault police on Clough Road.

Two males charged with GBH on Newland Avenue on 22/04/22

Mark Winter Charged with shop theft on 21/04/22

Claire Broadbent and Erton ODABAS charged with Possession with intent to supply Class A drugs on 06/04/22 from Grove House View

2 males charged with Possession with intent to supply Class B drugs from Vermont Street on 07/04/22

 

 

 

Graffiti

Graffiti is becoming an issue in the area with tags appearing on local businesses and properties.

The Neighbourhood policing team have raised this concern re graffiti in the area and have now placed it as a current ward priority. We are working with Hull City Council CCTV operatives to try and capture and identify those that are responsible.  

Since we have been looking into the tags we have charged two persons with criminal damage by causing damage to properties with graffiti tags.

If you know anyone responsible for tags in the area then please contact the local neighbourhood policing team by email or call 101.  

Come and speak to your local Neighbourhood officers with any concerns you may have we will be available at the following locations and times.

Thursday 12th May 19:00 x 20:00 Car park Beresford End (Oak Road Playing fields)

Saturday 14th May 14:00 x 15:00 outside Trafalgar Centre (Compass Road) 

 

 

Last Updated 9 May 2022

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