We are urging cycle owners to make cycle security and registration their New Year’s resolution.
Bikes are always popular presents - from that memorable first bike to the latest top-spec machine for an enthusiastic amateur.
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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Shed/Garage Burglaries in Hessle
We have seen an increase in opportunist crime in the Hessle area, 50% of these are due to property being left insecure.
Please review your security arrangement, the simple things could make a difference to you being a victim of crime. Are your locks adequate and in working order? , do you use them? Are outside lights working, and do you switch them on? Please remain vigilant, and report any suspicious behaviour on the 101 non -emergency number 101.
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INCREASE THE NUMBER OF NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH SCHEME WITHIN THE WARDS (LONG TERM ISSUE)
Neighbourhood watch should be our eyes and ears, and the more people we have looking out for suspicious activity, the more crimes we are likely to prevent from happening in the first place. They are also the ideal way of passing crime prevention messages out to the local communities we serve.
ACTION: To promote Neighbourhood Watch in the community, recruit new members and create new Groups.
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POACHING - is a seasonal trend, which occurs after harvest and lasts well into the New Year. It is often linked with other offences such as metal theft and damage.
ACTION: To link in with current groups such as FarmWatch and ChurchWatch, and to conduct high visibility patrols in vulnerable areas.
Results : Over the last few months operations have been taking place to tackle poaching. We have seen some fantastic results over the winter months, with many offenders reported under the game act, vehicles seized, along with dispersal orders issued to leave the policing area.
REPORTED CRIME FOR AUGUST
2 x commercial burglary, Priory tec park – case closed pending any further updates
1 x theft of garden furniture, St James Close, Hessle – case closed pending any further updates
2 x residential burglary, vehicle stolen from within, Ferriby Road and Hull Road
1 x business burglary, Bridgeview School – case closed pending any further updates
3 x shop theft, Sainsburys petrol station, case closed pending any further updates
1 x make off without payment, Esso, Boothferry Road – case closed pending any further updates
1 x commercial burglary, Victoria Plum, Itlings Lane – case closed pending any further updates
1 x criminal damage to vehicle, Brambley Cottage Day Nursery – case closed pending any further updates
1 x shop theft , Todays Express, The Weir – case closed pending any further updates
1 x shed burglary, Cambridge Road – case closed pending any further updates
2 x shop theft, Co-operative, The Square – case closed pending any further updates
1 x make off without payment, Total Garage, Boothferry Road – case closed pending any further updates
1 x residential burglary, Husthwaite Road, Brough – case closed pending any further updates
1 x commercial burglary, The Co-operative – case closed pending any further updates
1 x shop theft, Ferriby Service Station – case closed pending any further updates
1 residential burglary, St Katherines Road, South Cave – case closed pending any further updates
1 x residential burglary , Castle Drive, South Cave – case close pending any further updates
1 x shop theft , One Stop, Market Place, South cave – case closed pending any further updates
1 x make off without payment, Morrisons, Welton – case closed pending any further updates
1 car theft, A164, Beverley – case closed pending any further updates
1 x theft from vehicle, Church Street, South Cave – case closed pending any further updates
1 x attempt residential burglary, Main Street, Elloughton – case closed pending any further updates
1 x commercial burglary, RM Motors, Elloughton – case closed pending any further updates
There have been a spate of theft from parked vehicles within the Hessle area this month, enquiries are still ongoing. Also we have received four reports of cycle thefts within the area this month. There have also been a spate of shed burglaries, Penshurst Avenue, First Lane, Beverley Road this month, enquiries still ongoing.
Offenders brought to justice
Male charged and summonsed for Domestic related assault, Hessle
Community resolution used for male juvenile for assault without injury, Vaughan Road
Male charged for ABH S47 assault police , Admiral Hawke, Hessle
Male charged and summonsed for drugs offences, Redcliff Road
Male charged and summonsed for attempt residential burglary, Elloughton
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