Beverley and Newland

Welcome to the Beverley and Newland neighbourhood policing team

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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.

Meet Your Team

Insp 5687 Mark Peasgood
Insp 5687 Mark Peasgood
Sgt 2435 Andrew Waller
Sgt 2435 Andrew Waller
PC 2410 Mellors
PC 2410 Mellors
PCSO 7522 Finlay Smith
PCSO 7522 Finlay Smith
PCSO 7690 Terry Mitchell
PCSO 7690 Terry Mitchell

Community Alerts

Suspicious Circumstances (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 14 Oct 2021 10:52
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Suspicious circumstances

Theft of bicycle (Humberside Police)

Saturday, 9 Oct 2021 12:27
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

STOLEN DOG: Appeal to locate stolen distinctive spaniel (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 6 Oct 2021 13:35
Humberside Police
Local news


Wednesday, 6 Oct 2021 10:46
Humberside Police
Crime Updates

HULL FAIR: Top Ten Tips for a Safe Fair (Humberside Police)

Friday, 1 Oct 2021 21:25
Humberside Police
Community Safety News

MID HOLDERNESS: Monthly Police Newsletter (Humberside Police)

Friday, 1 Oct 2021 17:16
Humberside Police
Community Safety News

What's Happening In Your Area?


Welcoming 2021

We begin 2021 with a sense of renewed optimism looking forward to the year ahead and the opportunities it may present. 

We remain very aware of the impact that the current Covid-19 public health emergency is placing on individuals, families and our communities as a whole across University ward area.  With the ever changing situation, we remain resolute in our commitment, effort and energy, continuing to plan and work with community groups and our partners across the Public Sector, to reduce the impact of Covid-19 on our local communities and to keep you all safe.

In University Ward the vast majority of you have been doing what’s right for a long time, following the government guidelines to help reduce the spread of Coronavirus and keeping one another safe. We continue to use the 4E’s approach to policing Covid-19; engage, explain, encourage and finally enforce the regulations where applicable.

You may have seen on our social media channels and in the local media that in recent weeks we have seen an increase in house parties and larger gatherings. Where there have been clear breaches of the regulations we have taken proportionate and necessary action, issuing appropriate fines to individuals.

As vaccination roll out continues across health care settings in (area/s) you will see your local officers in attendance, providing reassurance around key vaccination sites.

Regardless of Covid 19, our policing focus remains to protect the most vulnerable, keep people safe and to respond to serious crime. Our neighbourhood policing activity will continue to be focused on maintaining our core operational duties and delivering our Neighbourhood Policing Strategy.

The provision of highly visible and locally connected neighbourhood policing teams remain the foundation of our force operating model.

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.   

The community Safety Licensing team have been successful in an objection for a licensing application- This comes following the announcement of the Community impact assessment which was put in place to reduce alcohol related crime and disorder.

The Beverley and Newland team along with the wider North Hull Team have completed a week of action on the Beverley and Newland ward and the results can be seen here.


Dean Chapman of Ferndale, Lambert Street has been charged with Section 5 Public order and Begging which occurred on Newland Avenue.

Chapman was dealt with by the local Police Officer after a member of public reported him aggressively begging on the street. He is now awaiting a court date.

A total of 16 people have been arrested on suspicion of possession of drugs, or possession with intent to supply drugs, from cannabis to cocaine in the last two months Feb/March. These arrests have all come from stop and searches in the area whilst out patrolling.

Carlos BENT was charged with begging in May 2021.


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.  

Last Updated 23 Aug 2021

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