Beverley Rural

Welcome to the Beverley Rural neighbourhood policing team

Meet Your Team

Insp Philip Hinch
Insp Philip Hinch
Sgt 0759 Andrew Beadman
Sgt 0759 Andrew Beadman
PC 0245 Chris Matthews
PC 0245 Chris Matthews
PC 447 Erica Williamson
PC 447 Erica Williamson
PC 986 Mike Batch
PC 986 Mike Batch
PCSO 7505 Marc McClarron
PCSO 7505 Marc McClarron
PCSO 7549 Michael Fowler
PCSO 7549 Michael Fowler
PCSO 7584 Sarah Freer
PCSO 7584 Sarah Freer
PCSO 7644 Lee Le Grove
PCSO 7644 Lee Le Grove
PCSO 7672 Anna Lindley
PCSO 7672 Anna Lindley
PCSO 7770 Sandra Coneyworth
PCSO 7770 Sandra Coneyworth
PCSO 7843 Sarah Peasgood
PCSO 7843 Sarah Peasgood

Community Alerts

Driffield show (Humberside Police)

Monday, 14 Jul 2019 11:26
Humberside Police
Participation invites (Surveys / Focus grps)

Hessle Feast (Humberside Police)

Monday, 14 Jul 2019 11:25
Humberside Police
Meeting notice

Rural crime week (Humberside Police)

Sunday, 13 Jul 2019 13:32
Humberside Police
Meeting notice

Driffield Show (Humberside Police)

Friday, 11 Jul 2019 16:59
Humberside Police
Local news

Cottingham Day event (Humberside Police)

Monday, 7 Jul 2019 09:50
Humberside Police
Meeting notice

Armed Forces Day (Humberside Police)

Monday, 7 Jul 2019 08:42
Humberside Police
Local news

Contact Your Team

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.

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Priorities

Last Updated 3 Jul 2019

DateDetails
3 Jul 2019

Business Burglaries

4 business burglaries last month, one of which involved unknown person’s have pulled off the steel shutter to a locked and secure Workshop, Bob Trice Mechanics, Tickton, break window to gain entry to the office.Once inside the office, suspect’s have ransacked the office, damaged a door to the entrance foyer and smash a window to gain entry to the workshop.Once inside workshop tool boxes have been searched, petty cash box and diagnostic equipment stolen from office.

3 Jul 2019

Vehicle Related Crime

4 reports of vehicle related crime during June, slightly down from May’s figures.  Our Community Patrols will continue to deliver high visibility reassurance to members of the public during July.  Remember to always check your fob has done its job!

3 Jul 2019

Useful Information

Summertime Burglary - Don't give thieves an open invitation

As the warmer weather is upon us, we tend to keep our properties well ventilated and cooler.  Beverley Rural Community Police Team are reminding residents that although this is more comfortable, it can make homes more vulnerable to thieves.

Burglars will make the most of easy opportunities and target properties that are insecure. They will exploit open windows, often while householders are asleep upstairs or even when they are just in the back garden.

     Taking a few simple precautions can reduce the chances of you becoming a victim of a summer crime.

     Police are encouraging people to fit and most importantly, use good locks on downstairs and accessible        windows. An "Accessible window" means one that is relatively easy to climb to, for example, above a ground floor extension or porch, or next to a drainpipe.

Traditional sash windows can be secured by fitting two pairs of sash stops to the upper frame. The lower pair locks the window shut, but can be removed to allow a 4-inch gap for ventilation; the upper pair prevents the window being opened further. Consider window restrictors for bedrooms and bathrooms.

Burglary, on the whole, is an opportunist crime. A burglar will select his target because it offers him the best opportunity to carry out his crime undetected and with the fewest number of obstacles in his way. A determined burglar can get through the smallest of open windows. When you leave your home or go to bed, close and lock all windows and doors.

A building that presents itself as unoccupied and insecure is far more likely to be targeted than one, which is properly secured.

3 Jul 2019

Humber talking  We have been pounding the streets twice weekly to survey hundreds of homes in the area to find out what your thoughts are on what you think we should be concentrating our efforts on.  I am sure the final results will make interesting reading and will undoubtedly shape what we do in your area in the future. In order to participate in the survey please go to www.mycommunityalert.co.uk/humbertalking

Neighbourhood Officers will be at the following locations to discuss community issues and offer crime prevention advice:

Where We Are Over The Next 6 Weeks

DateLocationTitle
Monday 22 Jul, 10:00am – 11:00amFlemingateBeverley Police Surgery
Friday 26 Jul, 1:00pm – 2:00pmTescoBeverley Police Surgery
Saturday 3 Aug, 9:00am – 12:00pmTown CentreBeverley Patch Walk