Croft Baker

Welcome to the Croft Baker Neighbourhood Policing Team

The ward covered by the Croft Baker Policing Team incorporates an urban area which benefits from recreational resources including Cleethorpes Beach, The Pier, and Arcades. The main shopping area in the resort is along St. Peters Avenue, with further shopping areas on Sea View Street, the High Street, and Alexandra Road.  

There are also a number of public houses, cafes, restaurants and fast food take away establishments in the area.


We are all experiencing challenging times right now. Coronavirus (also know as COVID-19) is having a huge impact not only on our personal lives but also businesses and your jobs. We just need you to know that, as your local neighbourhood policing team, we are still out and about conducting patrols and assisting those who are the most vulnerable within our communities. 

  • Do we know of anyone vulnerable who may need our help?
  • Are you aware of any Policing issues in the area as a result of the COVID-19 virus?


We encourage everyone to follow the Government guidance and remember #HandsFaceSpace.

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Meet Your Team

Insp Dave Stephenson
Insp Dave Stephenson
Sgt 2339 Phill Eayres
Sgt 2339 Phill Eayres
PC 1797 Michael Goodwin
PC 1797 Michael Goodwin
PC 2029 Caroline Cameron
PC 2029 Caroline Cameron
PC 339 Stacey Sowerby
PC 339 Stacey Sowerby
PCSO 7501 Ian Wilson
PCSO 7501 Ian Wilson
PCSO 7722 Teresa Huxford
PCSO 7722 Teresa Huxford

Community Alerts

Local NPT meeting invitation (Humberside Police)

Friday, 15 Oct 2021 19:38
Humberside Police
Meeting notice

Domestic Abuse is a Crime (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 13 Oct 2021 20:50
Humberside Police
General crime prevention message

Door to Door Salesman (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 13 Oct 2021 12:48
Humberside Police
General crime prevention message

Door to door salesman scam (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 13 Oct 2021 12:06
Humberside Police
General crime prevention message

Attempt or Suspicious Activity in New Waltham Ward (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 7 Oct 2021 21:06
Humberside Police
Residential: Burglary alert

Suspicious activity (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 6 Oct 2021 16:03
Humberside Police
Suspicious circumstances

What's Happening In Your Area?


Road Safety. (Ward Priority)

Humber Talking Survey's answered by local residents of Croft Baker have shown your priority is Road Safety specifically around speeding.

Safer Roads Humber speed camera vans currently operate at three locations Clee Road the A46, Humberston Road A1031, Taylors Avenue A1098.

The local policing team have undertaken training in the hand held Pro Laser three speed camera.

The team will be attending streets identified as hot spots with suitable location to undertake the activity.

Actions can take the form of, warning letter to registered keeper, words of advice to driver and where necessary enforcement with a traffic offence report.

Vulnerability (ward priority)

Protecting vulnerable persons on our ward is one of the key objectives for the Croft Baker Team , and of the Force.

Vulnerability comes in different forms, establishing and considering vulnerabilities of persons involved,   including victims, witnesses, suspects and children etc.

The team will also:-

As part of the COVID vacination role out, The "BIG LOCAL" organised Stay Safe Booklets with useful information that they might not otherwise recieved the Neighbourhood Team supported this by distributing at vacination center. This will again be further supported in the coming month with a further print and distribution #WhereYouAre.

Supporting the PCC in his fraud campaign

The team have also hand delivered hundreds of COVID Scam advice leaflets in residential areas. Please remember that the vaccination is free please do not let scammers target yourself or other vulnerable residents to belive that it has to be paid for. 

We will also support schools with any online delivery of presentations they require to students. 

We continue to work with numerous other agencies that can offer help and long term support.  

County Lines information:

What is County Lines? Find out more and support your community.

County Lines is a term used for the organised illegal drug-dealing network. They operate out of major UK cities and distribute illegal drugs across rural and surburban counties. Vulnerable children and adults are recruited to transport drugs and cash all over the country, so that the criminals behind them can remain detached and less likely to be detected. This Crime is often associated with other serious crimes such as sexual explotation, violence, money laundring and human trafficking

 Please have a look at the below websites:



Not in our Community:

Not in our Community Alfie's story:

Homelessness  (ward priority)

Identified as a priority by the community #YouSaidWeDid, #HumberTalking,  Whilst we are not the lead agency in tackling this, we are supporting partner agencies.

 The issues and circumstances around each individual can be very complex. 

 There is also the stigma attached with this, how it looks in the community, Anti-social behaviour, Drug use, Alcoholism and Begging to name but a few.

 When it comes to begging, we ask that money is not provided as this brings further professional beggars who are not homeless and supplementing any income, the majority of all homeless are also in receipt of some form of benefit. Instead consider food and drink as a last resort, preferably please donate to local homeless charities, food banks and soup kitchens which they all have access to. Money can fuel addiction #Don'tFundTheHabbit.

 If you’re sleeping rough or think that you might have found someone who is, please ring Harbour Place 01472 355234 or the Homelessness Prevention team 01472 326296 option 1 or report it on

Please give as much detail as possible such as:

where have seen the person sleeping
male or female
any clear features
clothes they were wearing
colour of sleeping bag

All this information will help outreach workers find the rough sleeper and offer them help.


Police Surgeries October 2021

Police Surgery, St Francis Church, Sandringham Road, Cleethorpes, 05/10/21 1400-1600

Engagement Event, Advice Day Memorial Hall, Cleethorpes, 06/10/21 1000-1500

Police Surgery, Age UK, Wardall Street, Cleethorpes 06/10/21 1200-1400




Last Updated 4 Oct 2021

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