Bridlington Central and Old Town

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Meet Your Team

Insp Ahmed Hussain
Insp Ahmed Hussain
Sgt 0505 Georgina Kirkwood
Sgt 0505 Georgina Kirkwood
Sgt 2052 Chris Almond
Sgt 2052 Chris Almond
PC 0657 Tricia Hook
PC 0657 Tricia Hook
PC 1285 Zoe Messenger
PC 1285 Zoe Messenger
PC 1577 Simon Kelly
PC 1577 Simon Kelly
PC 1681 Simon Cook
PC 1681 Simon Cook
PC 187 Ruth Littlewood
PC 187 Ruth Littlewood
PCSO 7581 Andrea Humphrey
PCSO 7581 Andrea Humphrey

Community Alerts

Humberside Night Challenge (Humberside Police)

Sunday, 7 Nov 2021 13:54
Humberside Police
Local news

Appeal for witnesses o the theft of a trailer and quantity of steel (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 20 Oct 2021 14:44
Humberside Police
Metal theft related

Innovative technology launched to combat sheep thefts (Humberside Police)

Monday, 18 Oct 2021 15:08
Humberside Police
Rural Matters

THEFT OF DISK HARROWS FROM FIELD GATEWAY- NAFFERTON (Humberside Police)

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

Operation targets drug offending in Bridlington (Humberside Police)

Tuesday, 5 Oct 2021 09:14
Humberside Police
Local news

What's Happening In Your Area?

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Detailed crime and ASB data for your area can be obtained by visiting www.police.uk and entering your postcode into the ‘What’s happening in your area?’ section.

We continue to target drugs supply and misuse as detailed below in Operation Gatehouse / Galaxy and note recorded crimes are down in this crime area.

A warrant at Lansdowne Road resulted in one person being arrested for possession with intent to supply. This individual was subsequently remanded in custody with drugs and a large quantity of money seized. Three further stop searches took place with 1 person arrested for possession.

County Lines national week of intensification was between Monday 11th to Sunday 17th of October. Six arrests were made and £30,000 of assets were seized.

Anti-social behaviour from nuisance motorcycles continue to be reported and we are pleased to say that a project to combat this issue by a new officer PC Shipley has resulted in a motorcycle being seized with several other vehicles being taken off the road for no insurance. We carried out evening patrols on North marine drive following complaints of nuisance vehicles. A Section 59 was issued to male after being captured on Cctv on an off road dirt bike on Baptist Place.

On the 20th whilst conducting Humbertalking on North Marine drive a male was dealt with for a traffic offence and on the 23rd we located a wanted/missing person.  

Your local policing team continue to engage via HumberTalking with the community and we spent some time with Burlington infants on the19th October giving a talk on ‘WHO HELPS’ them. We also conducted talks around ASB, Bonfire night and Safety at the fair on Tuesday 19th October at Quay Academy and on Wednesday 20th October at Bay Primary.

We are pleased to report that a Neighbourhood watch group has recently been set up on Victory Way which will no doubt benefit local residents and the wider community. We are looking forward to working with them.

Disruption of Drug activity

We continue to review and develop intelligence on drug misuse in the town and surrounding areas.

Further warrants and pro-active patrols using our Section 18 Stop/Search Powers are planned. We will continue to work jointly with British Transport Police using Drugs Dogs. We will be engaging with other partner agencies and the allotment community in order to make alley ways and other spaces more open to design drug dealing out.

Please continue to report any information that you have in relation to drug supply or misuse via 101 or crime stoppers that you can do anonymously.

ASB from youths in cars on North Marine Drive

We have taken reports of youth nuisance and anti-social driving on North Marine Drive. He will be carrying out high visibility patrols in the area and deal positively if offences are committed. He will use the Fairway process and Section 59 warnings to seize vehicles if the drivers continue with anti-social behaviour.

Shop Theft

We have taken several reports of low cost shop thefts on Martongate and St. Johns Street during school start and finish times. We will work with store management to reduce thefts and engage with local youths. We will carry out high visibility patrols and use various options such as community resolutions, banning from store, cautions or charge to court where appropriate.

HumberTalking

Humber Talking is still being undertaken in the Bridlington area. We will be adhering to Social distancing guidance and will not be entering houses but speaking to members of the public who want to take part on their doorsteps. If you would rather participate online and highlight any issues you think the Police should be dealing with please visit the website www.mycommunityalert.co.uk/humbertalking. Your responses help us better understand our area and prioritise issues to be tackled.

Last Updated 3 Nov 2021

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