Goole North

Welcome to the Goole North Neighbourhood Policing Team

Coronovirus (Covid-19) update

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

Stay informed through our social media channels, find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.  Don't forget to also sign up to My Community Alert and receive community alerts directly to your devices.

For incidents that don’t require an immediate response call our non-emergency 101 line. You can also report non-emergency crimes online via our reporting portal. In an emergency always dial 999.

Meet Your Team

Insp Jon Powell
Insp Jon Powell
Sgt 1534 Helen McGill
Sgt 1534 Helen McGill
PC 0444 Tony Corden
PC 0444 Tony Corden
PCSO 7697 Kerry Jones
PCSO 7697 Kerry Jones
PCSO 7801 Sarah Gazda
PCSO 7801 Sarah Gazda

Community Alerts

Vehicle crime (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 12 Nov 2020 18:42
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

Residential Burglaries (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 12 Nov 2020 18:24
Humberside Police
Residential: Burglary alert

The Calling Tree (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 12 Nov 2020 10:39
Humberside Police
Police to NW message

Calling all Goole residents - come and talk to your new neighbourhood inspector (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 7 Oct 2020 09:10
Humberside Police
Force Updates

Incident Moorland Road Goole (Humberside Police)

Sunday, 27 Sep 2020 18:41
Humberside Police
Crime Updates

Drink driver arrested (Humberside Police)

Sunday, 27 Sep 2020 11:24
Humberside Police
Good news

What's Happening In Your Area?


Community Meeting

Inspector Powell will be hosting a half-an-hour online community catch up via Zoom about Goole and he is inviting you to join him. There will also be the opportunity to ask any questions and raise any concerns/issues you may have.

These will be taking place on the following dates;

Wednesday 9th December 2020 at 19:30.

Wednesday January 6th 2021 at 19:30

Tuesday February 16th at 14:00

St George's Green

The park on St George's Green has recently seen a significant increase in the number of children wanting to use the facility. Unfortunately this has also meant that there has been a few incidents of anti-social behaviour being reported. This includes young people staying in the park until late and causing an issue with noise, litter and smashed bottles being left and damage being caused to equipment.

Goole North Officers are working closely with East Riding Council and specifically the Anti-Social Behaviour Team to address these problems as we are aware of the negative impact this is having on the residents who live here as well as family's who want to visit the park with their children.

We encourage anybody who has experienced anti-social behaviour or has any information in relation this matter to contact the Police on 101 or the Anti-Social Behaviour Team.

Scam Awareness

This information is to provide awareness and advice in regards to how you can access support and safeguard yourself against scams during the coronavirus outbreak.

Unfortunately not everyone out there is trustworthy and some people will try to take advantage of this unusual situation our society is facing and try to exploit people.

Listed below are some of the scams that you could be approached with, but please note that criminals and their scams come in all shapes and sizes, and they may contact you at the door, by phone, post or online:

Be aware of people offering miracle cures or vaccines for coronavirus – there is no specific treatment for coronavirus (COVID-19)

People impersonating healthcare workers, claiming to be offering ‘home-testing’ for coronavirus – this is a scam and these kits are not currently available to buy

Emails saying that you can get a refund on taxes, utilities or similar - they are usually bogus and they are just trying to obtain your bank and personal details

Fake products available to buy online that advise they can protect you or cure coronavirus - these will not help and are just designed to take your money

Mobile phone applications that claim to give you updates on the virus but instead, they lock your phone and demand a ransom

Calls from people purporting to be from your bank, or from the police, asking for your bank details over the phone

People offering to do you’re shopping or collecting medication and asking for money upfront and then disappearing

To avoid becoming a victim of a scam, we’ve please follow our tips and advice below:

Be cautious and listen to your instincts. Don’t be afraid to hang up, bin it, delete it or shut the door

Take your time; don’t be rushed

If someone claims to represent a charity, ask them for ID. Be suspicious of requests for money up front. Check with family and friends before accepting offers of helps if you are unsure

If you are online, be aware of fake news and use trusted sources such as or websites. Make sure you type the addresses in and don’t click on links in emails

Only purchase goods from legitimate retailers and take a moment to think before parting with money or personal information

Know who you’re dealing with - if you need help, talk to someone you know or get in touch with your local Council on the numbers below

Protect your financial information, especially from people you don’t know. Never give your bank card or PIN to a stranger


We know it can be difficult to know who to trust, and we hope this information helps you to feel more informed and more able to protect yourself against these types of scams.

If you’re online or have a mobile phone Facebook Community groups and WhatsApp groups can be great ways of staying in touch with those around you.

 You can also sign up to Humberside Police’s My Community Alert at to receive updates straight to your mobile or email on what’s going on in your community.

To learn more about different types of scams and how to protect yourself and others, visit the National Trading Standards website and complete the free online training.

Please see also the telephone helpline numbers below if you need any help or advice:

If you think you’ve been scammed, report it to Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040.

If you need advice, call the Citizens Advice Consumer Helpline on 0808 223 1133.

If you are in immediate danger, contact the police on 999.

Anti-social Behaviour - Motorbikes

Humberside Police are receiving regular complaints concerning the anti-social use of off road bikes and motorbikes.

Riding these bikes are, for some, a popular pastime however, it can result in complaints to the Police and Council when they are being used in a dangerous, noisy and anti-social way.

Off road motorbikes can only be used if it is on private land and you have the land owners permission. It is illegal to ride any motorbike in public open spaces such as parks, play areas and pavements.

In law, most off road motorbikes must be constructed to a specific standard in order to be ridden on a public highway. Most off road motorbikes do not meet this standard. Off road motorbikes also need the following if they are to be used on the public highway;

  • DVLA registration
  • Road Tax
  • Valid MOT
  • Fitted with lights
  • Fitted with registration plates

The rider must also;

  • Be aged 17 or over (or 16 if the vehicle meets the definition of a moped)
  • Hold a valid driving licence
  • Wear suitable safety equipment e.g. helmet

If off road bikes or motorbikes are causing a nuisance in your neighbourhood then call Police on 101. Police can stop vehicles which are being used in a careless, inconsiderate manner or is being ridden off road and it is likely to cause alarm, distress or annoyance to the public. If, following a warning the person continues to offend, Police can seize and remove the vehicle.

Information that can help Police may include:

  • The name and address of the owner
  • Where the bike is stored
  • When and where the bike is being used (e.g. times and routes)
  • Descriptions of those that use the bike and its make/model/colour.


#OpYellowfin – tackling motorcycle related crime and antisocial behaviour.

Adeline Street & Jackson Street, Goole

Complaints have been received in regards to a number of issues around the Adeline Street and Jackson Street area of Goole. Issues concerning anti-social behaviour, nuisance motorbikes, noise nuisance and fly-tipping have been raised.

The Goole Neighbourhood Team have been working closely with partner agencies and have been visiting residents on the streets speaking to them about these issues, how they are affecting their neighbourhood and how we can help to resolve them.

We will continue to encourage anybody who is experiencing anti-social behaviour in this area to report it to Humberside Police on 101 or the East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Anti-Social Behaviour Team. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

Last Updated 12 Nov 2020

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