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. We have also been working with local partner agencies and retailers to solve issues of anti-social behaviour in the area which led to a significant reduction in anti-social behaviour throughout March, April and May. Anyone caught engaging in such activities will be dealt with jointly by Humberside Police and East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
In August, Tommy COYLE’s BOXCLEVER will be coming to Goole. The program will be at location in Goole for two sessions a week for period of 6 weeks. BoxClever will work with local early help provision and associated stakeholders, referring into mainstream services for ongoing support and engagement. A mobile double-decker bus will deliver positive diversion activity. It will deliver a mobile gym, boxing, nutrition, arts, craft, and music and youth space. Further information on location and dates will be advertised soon.
Officers are also working closely with local youth providers to develop a new flexible youth outreach service. This will further develop the youth provision that is currently on offer and allow youth workers to engage with young people out on the street. Please check our social media pages or the website in the future for more information.