What's Happening In Your Area?
|Community Priorities for October 2019
Officers from across the East Riding of Yorkshire are now engaged in the prevention and detection of wildlife offences and poaching across the ward area. Harvesting has finished and land work is close to completion, we will now see an increase in poaching reports. Officers will be using intelligence, new equipment and volunteers in helping to identify offenders and obtaining evidence to form prosecution cases. If you see people with dogs in fields if safe to so ring 101 and report the incident.
|HumberTalking is still very much underway within the East Riding area. The survey results will help us direct our future priorities.
Vehicle Crimes – September saw 10 reported cases of vehicle related crimes across all Wards ranging from theft of, to damage to, one of which involved unknown person’s approach victim’s van parked at a petrol station, Esso, A63 and steal van by unknown means before making off. Enquiries are still ongoing. Please remove all valuables from your secured vehicle when left unattended and leave the glove-box open and empty to reduce the opportunity of becoming a victim.
Shop thefts – 8 reports of shop theft across all Wards during September, two of which involved successful arrests made at The Co-Operative, one male adult and one female adult arrested and summonsed for the offence x 2.
|3. Offenders brought to Justice during September
• 1 adult female arrested for fraud offences relating to using a stolen bank card to buy goods.
• 1 adult female arrested for assault without injury resulting in charges and summons.
• 1 adult male and female arrested for shop theft x 2, resulting in charges and summons.
• 1 adult male arrested for dangerous driving resulting in charges and summons.
• 1 adult male arrested for possession of class b drugs, Amphetamine, with intent to supply.
|Crime Reduction Advice
As longer dark nights set in and with the activities and festivities this usually brings – please take advice from humbersidefireandrescue on Wheelie Bin Safety to help reduce your risk of wheelie bin fires.
Anti-social behaviour covers a wide range of unacceptable activity that causes harm to an individual, to their community or to their environment. This could be an action by someone else that leaves you feeling alarmed, harassed or distressed. It also includes fear of crime or concern for public safety, public disorder or public nuisance.
Examples of anti-social behaviour include:
Nuisance, rowdy or inconsiderate neighbours
Vandalism, graffiti and fly-posting
Environmental damage including littering, dumping of rubbish and abandonment of cars
Prostitution related activity
Begging and vagrancy
Inconsiderate or inappropriate use of vehicles
The police, local authorities and other community safety partner agencies, such as Fire & Rescue and social housing landlords, all have a responsibility to deal with anti-social behaviour and to help people who are suffering from it.
If you are experiencing problems with anti-social behaviour, or have any concerns about it, or other community safety issues, you should contact your local council or call the non-emergency number, 101. In an emergency,
Where We Are Over The Next 6 Months
|Monday 14 Oct, 1:00pm – 2:00pm||Tesco, Morton Lane||Beverley Police Surgery |
|Wednesday 30 Oct, 9:00am – 11:00am||Town Centre||Beverley Mobile Street Surgery |
|Monday 11 Nov, 11:00am – 12:30pm||Barclays Bank, Cottingham||Cottingham Police Surgery - Fraud Advice |
|Tuesday 12 Nov, 10:00am – 12:00pm||Well Cafe, The Square||Willerby Police Surgery |
|Wednesday 13 Nov, 4:00pm – 5:00pm||Woodmansey Sheltered Housing ||Woodmansey Police Surgery |
|Saturday 16 Nov, 9:00am – 12:00pm||Town Centre||Beverley Patch Walk |
|Tuesday 19 Nov, 1:00pm – 2:00pm||Tesco, Morton Lane||Beverley Police Surgery |
|Friday 22 Nov, 5:00pm – 10:00pm||Flemingate||Beverley Christmas Lights |
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Remember if there is an emergency always ring 999.