Welcome to the Hainton & Heneage Community Policing Team.
The ward covered by the team incorporates an urban area which benefits from recreational resources including Weelsby Woods, Clee Fields, King George Playing Fields, Peaks Lane and Clee Town Football Club.
Community groups hold events which are regularly attended by members of the team and we are more than happy to assist with any enquiries you may have.
We are out and about and there will be many opportunities for you to speak to members of your Policing Team. What you tell us will help us to manage priorities and focus our resources where they will be of most benefit to the Community.
We work with other agencies in order to provide the best possible results and need your feedback, good or bad, to help us achieve our aims.
On our ward there is a "Forum Meeting" held on the last Friday of every month at 1.30PM during term time.. This is held at Welholme School, Welholme Road, Grimsby, and is an open event. This is a perfect opportunity to meet your local councillors, local police and key members of your community.
Your local ward area is managed by a team consisting of 1 Police Constable and 2 PCSOs', these staff work across 3 separate shift patterns giving extensive coverage throughout the day. It has been noted that the 3 current ward priorities are as follows.
1) Drug dealing and substance misuse.
2) Dwelling Burglaries
3) Anti-social behaviour.
If you believe you have any information regarding the above 3 priorities, please don't be afraid to contact our team through the 101 number. Alternatively there is the option to email the team on the "GET IN TOUCH BY EMAIL" link below
Covid 19 -- The Community Policing Priorities are unchanged in these testing times. We will continue to provide a Community Policing presence within the ward area.
Your Community Team are prioritising any issues that may arise from the current situation.
We are out and about and providing reassurance, visibility within our community. We are patrolling vulnerable areas and identifying any concerns.
Please follow the current government’s advice,
You should only leave your house for very limited reasons,
• Shopping for basic necessities, for example food and medicine, which must be as infrequent as possible.
• One form of exercise a day, for example a run, walk, or cycle - alone or with members of your household.
• Any medical need, or to provide care or to help a vulnerable person.
• Travelling to and from work, but only where this absolutely cannot be done from home.
We are also providing the day to day service within the Community.
We will be here when you need us.