Welcome to the Goole South Neighbourhood Policing Team
Coronovirus (Covid-19) update
We encourage everyone to follow the Government guidance. 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.
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
Pollington Quarry (Humberside Police)
Sunday, 20 Sep 2020 15:20
Operation Galileo (Humberside Police)
Sunday, 20 Sep 2020 07:15
Theft From Motor Vehicles (Humberside Police)
Saturday, 19 Sep 2020 11:08
General crime prevention message
Suspicious Vehicle (Humberside Police)
Saturday, 19 Sep 2020 08:51
Ferry Lane Snaith street surgery (Humberside Police)
Saturday, 29 Aug 2020 11:39
FERRY LANE SNAITH (Humberside Police)
Wednesday, 26 Aug 2020 13:56
What's Happening In Your Area?
Eastgate Flats - Drug Related Issues - COMMUNITY PRIORITY
Following the recent HumberTalking survey undertaken in Eastgate Flats, we are working closely with East Riding of Yorkshire Council to tackle the issues you told us about. I am pleased to be able to inform you that we have commenced legal action against multiple tenancies. This is only part of the work we have planned, if you have any information that that will support this community priority please call Humberside Police on 101 or East Riding of Yorkshire Council on 393939 or alternatively Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
COMMUNITY PRIORITY UPDATE
Surgeries/action day - We have now resumed our joint surgeries at flat 14, Eastgate with the Council. The next one will in October, we will update the website and social media with dates. The surgeries are a good opportunity to speak to the Police and Council about any concerns you have or to seek any advice. We are also holding an action day on Thursday 29th October, several agencies will be attending to give advice, take referrals and to engage with residents. We will put an update on what agencies will be attending in the near future.
Maintenance - As part of the community priority, one of our actions is to tidy up Eastgate inside and out. The grounds maintanance team spent time in Eastgate tidying up the communal garden areas, all of the bushes and hedges have been cut back, paraphenialla has also been cleared up as a result of tidying this up. We have plans to re paint the blocks, we are currently waiting for a date for this as unfotunately due to the current pandemic maintanance had been put on hold.
Removal of benches - The Council have also removed all of the benches in the communal area of Eastgate due to several reports of ASB occuring when persons were sat there. Reports consisted of large gatherings, persons drinking and also taking drugs. The Police and Council made the decision to remove these benches as a result of listening to these community concerns to prevent these issues occuring.
Fly tipping - Several months ago we sent letters to all households giving advice about flytipping and warning people if they were caught committing this offence they would be prosecuted. ERYC have since issued a fine for flytipping to an Eastgate resident as a result of them leaving white goods in the communal area of Eastgate and making no effort to remove them, the tenant has not paid the fine so ERYC will be prosecuting the tenant. It is NOT ERYC responsiblity to clear up tenants belongings, the correct method needs to be used by disposing of the items correctly or by contacting ERYC on 01482 393939 to arrange for them to be picked up and to pay the removal fee. Flytipping will not be tolerated.
Anti-Social Behaviour in Goole Town Centre
Goole Neighbourhood Policing Team continue to deliver high visibility reassurance patrols to deter potential anti-social behaviour in Goole Town Centre.
The recent reports have suggested that ASB is occurring on the Gordon Street area of Goole.
Sergeant Dave Lonsdale of the Community Policing Team said, “I have been talking to the local councillors about concerns over antisocial behaviour (ASB) in the Gordon Street area of Goole.
“Although we have not had many reports to the police about ASB, it is not to say that residents have not experienced it and it’s something that between us at the police and the local authority would work together to resolve.
“I would appeal for anyone who witnesses or is subjected to ASB to have a look at our website to see who the most appropriate agency needs to be informed to deal with the situation.
“Many incidents are dealt with by the local authority and not the police, our website gives guidance on this: https://www.humberside.police.uk/antisocial-behaviour.
“I 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
“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.”
A driver has been arrested for drink driving and driving without a licence. The driver was stopped on Lime Tree Avenue, Goole and provided a road side breath test which was three times over the prescribed limit. He has now been charged and will now appear before the courts. The vehicle has also been seized.
Sgt Farley said” I am extremely passionate about road safety and protecting the public against dangerous and careless drivers. Drink driving in particular causes many deaths or serious injuries on our roads and we will actively pursue offenders.
We are out daily stopping cars and speaking to drivers, the majority of which are abiding by the law. The roads are a lot quieter than usual but this does not mean we will tolerate poor driving or turning a blind eye to offences.
Road traffic collisions are still occurring and people are still been killed or seriously injured, we will continue to enforce legislation to protect the public and save lives”.
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