Goole North

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Meet Your Team

Insp Jon Powell
Insp Jon Powell
Sgt 0715 Keith Robinson
Sgt 0715 Keith Robinson
Sgt 1534 Helen McGill
Sgt 1534 Helen McGill
PC 0809 Jack Dominic
PC 0809 Jack Dominic
PCSO 7697 Kerry Jones
PCSO 7697 Kerry Jones
PCSO 7732 Michelle Cooper
PCSO 7732 Michelle Cooper

Community Alerts

Bats and the Law

Sun, 22 May 2022 12:17:23 +0100
Rural Matters

Courier Fraud awareness week

Tue, 17 May 2022 10:50:27 +0100
General crime prevention message

Animal Welfare Incident - Rawcliffe

Sat, 30 Apr 2022 15:38:44 +0100
Rural Matters

Door-to-door Fraud

Thu, 28 Apr 2022 16:21:20 +0100
Residential: Scam alert

Police surgery

Sat, 23 Apr 2022 17:18:02 +0100
Meeting notice

Independent Advisory Groups

Thu, 14 Apr 2022 19:32:59 +0100
Local news

What's Happening In Your Area?


Anti-Social Behaviour.

Goole Neighbourhood Policing Team continue to deliver high visibility reassurance patrols to deter potential anti-social behaviour in Goole Town Centre.  We know the affect that antisocial behaviour has on a community and would appeal for anyone who is subjected to threats, personal property graffiti, hate crimes or harassment to contact the police directly on 101 to report it to us so that we can deal with it for them.

Many incidents are dealt with by the local authority and not the police and our website gives guidance on this:

If residents have concerns over young people gathering in large groups, noise nuisance, public property graffiti, littering or fly-tipping they should call the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. We all have a role to play in making our communities safe for everyone.  The community policing team will continue to work closely with the local councillors, local authority and charities in Goole to keep Goole a safe and happy place to live.

Catalytic converter thefts - how to protect your vehicle

We are warning motorists to be on their guard following a number of reports of catalytic converters being stolen in our area.

While all cars are potentially at risk, thieves are most likely to target hybrids, where the catalytic converter is used less and the metals are less likely to be damaged, or vehicles with a higher ground clearance, such as vans and SUVs. Older vehicles are also targeted due to the fact they contain higher amounts of precious metal than the newer models .We want to remind residents to be extra vigilant and to report any suspicious activity to us. We advise you to do the following.

1. Park your vehicle as close as you can to a wall or fence. This reduces the amount of room that the offender needs to manoeuvre under your vehicle and cut away the converter.

2. If your catalytic converter is bolted on you can ask your local garage to weld the bolts on to make removal more difficult.

3 .Some garages will etch a unique serial number onto your converter so it can easily be identified if it is stolen. You will also be provided with a sticker to be displayed in your window that indicates your converter is marked. You can also purchase cat clamps which will also take time to remove and slow the offender down who will be in a hurry.

4. If you have a Toyota you can purchase a device that will lock in around the converter to make it more difficult to remove.

5. Park in a well lit area.

6. Fit your vehicle with a car alarm to distract an offender.



The following list shows some of the crimes that have occurred in the previous month in your area.

An insecure cycle was stolen from a front garden of a property in Millennium Way.

A secure summerhouse in a rear garden of a property in Goole was broken into.

The paintwork of a vehicle parked on the roadside has been damaged.

Entry was gained into a van parked on a driveway and power tools etc stolen.

Entry was gained into an insecure garden shed in a rear garden and tools stolen.

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.




Last Updated 12 May 2022

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