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Coronovirus (Covid-19) update

We encourage everyone to follow the Government guidance and #StayHomeSaveLives. For this reason we will not be holding any more engagement events with our communities for the foreseeable future. Whilst we love seeing you, these events are non-essential in the current circumstances.   

You will still see us out and about as we continue to do our job and keep our communities safe. As always there are a number of ways you can get in touch with us if you need us.

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Meet Your Team

Insp Mark Fletcher
Insp Mark Fletcher
Sgt 1554 Tim Rion
Sgt 1554 Tim Rion
PC 1891 Molly Beresford
PC 1891 Molly Beresford
PCSO 7834 Ben Gray
PCSO 7834 Ben Gray

Community Alerts

Cold Calling (Humberside Police)

Friday, 23 Oct 2020 15:09
Humberside Police
General crime prevention message

Knife Surrender 16th October - 25th October (Humberside Police)

Monday, 19 Oct 2020 09:29
Humberside Police
Local news

Theft of Motor Vehicle (Humberside Police)

Friday, 25 Sep 2020 18:42
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

Speed Enforcement (Humberside Police)

Friday, 25 Sep 2020 10:00
Humberside Police
Good news

Hawthorn Close Wootton (Humberside Police)

Sunday, 6 Sep 2020 11:23
Humberside Police
Residential: Burglary alert

Protecting your vehicle from theft (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 27 Aug 2020 17:18
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

What's Happening In Your Area?

Details

HGV's using Top Road, South Killingholme in contravention of the 7.5 tonne weight limit.

Objectives

  • Working with partners, stakeholders and local communities to minimise disruption to the local community.
  • Maximise opportunities to secure information and intelligence in relation to any incident that is a policing matter.
  • Maximise opportunities to secure evidence in relation to any potential offences.

Police Powers

To stop any vehicle that is contravening the weight limit and deal proportionately with that offence.

Off Road Motorbikes

The police have taken a number of reports that off road motorbikes are being used on private land and public roads around The Skitter, East Halton. The police have many days of action under the name of OpYellowFin to which we will have the data analysed in order for the police to target the possible owners of these motorbikes. Officers are carrying a liquid called DNA Selected Spray which will help the police identify the offenders many months after the officers have used the device. If a person has been identified then positive action will be taken.

Objectives

Work with, and support the relevant partners to ensure a safe environment of all those attending the location.
To provide public reassurance as well as reduce the opportunity for crime and disorder through the effective deployment of police resources.
Working with partners, stakeholders and local communities to minimise disruption to local communities.
Maximise opportunities to secure information and intelligence in relation to any incident that is a police matter.
Maximise opportunities to secure evidence in relation to any potential offences whilst ensuring that the timing and scale of any police action or intervention mitigates the risk of problems escalating.

 

Police Powers

:Section 34 Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014: Authority to use section 35 Dispersal Powers. Officers will need to request that a Police Inspector puts this authority in place in order for a Police Constable or Police Community Support Officer, in uniform to exclude a person from an area for a period up to 48 hours (some restrictions do apply)


:Using a Motor Vehicle in a Manner Causing Alarm, Distress or Annoyance: Section 59 and 60 of the Police reform Act 2002, Police (retention and disposal of motor vehicles). A Police Constable or Police Community Support Officer in uniform can issue a warning to the driver as well as the vehicle in question which will last for 12 months. If the driver or vehicle commits an offence under section 3 Road Traffic Act 1988 (careless and inconsiderate driving) and/or Section 34 (prohibition of off-road driving) for a second time then the vehicle that is being used will be seized by police. At the same time a fine can be issued to the driver.


:The power to seize a motor vehicle (No Driving Licence/Uninsured): Section 165A of the Road Traffic Act 1988: A Police Officer in uniform may seize any motor vehicle if the officer has reasonable grounds for believing that the vehicle is or was being driven by a person who doesn't hold a valid licence for that class of vehicle or is uninsured for use by that person. All persons using a motor vehicle on a road or other public place must have insurance and a driver's licence. The police can also issue a fine for either of the above offences taking place

Speeding Vehicles in Ulceby

It has been reported that members of the community have noticed that vehicles have been speeding in and around the above location.

Objectives

 • Work with, and support the relevant partners to ensure a safe environment of all those attending the location. • To provide public reassurance as well as reduce the opportunity for crime and disorder through the effective deployment of police resources. • Working with partners, stakeholders and local communities to minimise disruption to local communties. • Maximise opportunities to secure information and intelligence in relation to any incident that is a police matter. • Maximise opportunities to secure evidence in relation to any potential offences whilst ensuring that the timing and scale of any police action or intervention mitigates the risk of problems escalating.

Police Powers

• Section 34 Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014: Authority to use section 35 Dispersal Powers. Officers will need to request that a Police Inspector puts this authority in place in order for a Police Constable or Police Community Support Officer, in uniform to exclude a person from an area for a period up to 48 hours (some restrictions do apply) • Using a Motor Vehicle in a Manner Causing Alarm, Distress or Annoyance: Section 59 and 60 of the Police reform Act 2002, Police (retention and disposal of motor vehicles). A Police Constable or Police Community Support Officer in uniform can issue a warning to the driver as well as the vehicle in question which will last for 12 months. If the driver or vehicle commits an offence under section 3 Road Traffic Act 1988 (careless and inconsiderate driving) and/or Section 34 (prohibition of off-road driving) for a second time then the vehicle that is being used will be seized by police. At the same time a fine can be issued to the driver. • The power to seize a motor vehicle (No Driving Licence/Uninsured): Section 165A of the Road Traffic Act 1988: A Police Officer in uniform may seize any motor vehicle if the officer has reasonable grounds for believing that the vehicle is or was being driven by a person who doesn't hold a valid licence for that class of vehicle or is uninsured for use by that person. All persons using a motor vehicle on a road or other public place must have insurance and a driver's licence. The police can also issue a fine for either of the above offences taking place. • Issuing a Endorsable Ticket for speeding

 

Barton & District RUFC, Barrow Upon Humber

The police have had a number of reports with regards to ASB and Criminal Damage taken place at the rugby ground. 

Objectives

 

:Work with, and support the relevant partners to ensure a safe environment of all those attending the location.
:To provide public reassurance as well as reduce the opportunity for crime and disorder through the effective deployment of police resources.
:Working with partners, stakeholders and local communities to minimise disruption to local communities.
:Maximise opportunities to secure information and intelligence in relation to any incident that is a police matter.
:Maximise opportunities to secure evidence in relation to any potential offences whilst ensuring that the timing and scale of any police action or intervention mitigates the risk of problems escalating

 

 

Police Powers

Section 34 Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014: Authority to use section 35 Dispersal Powers. Officers will need to request that a Police Inspector puts this authority in place in order for a Police Constable or Police Community Support Officer, in uniform to exclude a person from an area for a period up to 48 hours (some restrictions do apply)

Youths that have been identified will have their details passed onto Safer Neighbourhoods Officer who will then ensure that the parents have been informed.


If any criminal offences have been identified then the officers will take positive action.

Last Updated 26 Oct 2020

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