Kingsway with Lincoln Gardens

Welcome to the Kingsway with Lincoln Gardens Neighbourhood policing team

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Meet Your Team

Insp Richard Mirfin
Insp Richard Mirfin
Sgt 1693 Will Harrison
Sgt 1693 Will Harrison
PC 0476 Becky Armstrong
PC 0476 Becky Armstrong
PCSO 7532 Jane Waddingham
PCSO 7532 Jane Waddingham
PCSO 7868 Kevin Barley
PCSO 7868 Kevin Barley

Community Alerts

Burglary Alert (Humberside Police)

Monday, 30 Nov 2020 14:15
Humberside Police
Residential: Burglary alert

Attempt Burglary (Humberside Police)

Saturday, 28 Nov 2020 12:07
Humberside Police
Residential: Burglary alert

Op Yellowfin - ASB Motorcycles (Humberside Police)

Friday, 27 Nov 2020 15:05
Humberside Police
Information request

Local Neighbourhood Zoom meeting (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 26 Nov 2020 12:12
Humberside Police
Local news

Beat Walk Change (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 26 Nov 2020 09:22
Humberside Police
Meeting notice

OPERATION YELLOWFIN (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 18 Nov 2020 18:40
Humberside Police
Residential: Anti-social behaviour

What's Happening In Your Area?

Details

Manor Farm Estate – Anti Social Behaviour/Nuisance motorbikes/drugs

The Police, Safer Neighbourhoods, and ONGO Homes continue to monitor and gather intelligence from residents on the previously raised issues  of nuisance motorbikes and drug dealing. Information has been bolstered by the recent completion of the Humbertalking Survey across the entire estate.   

Over recent weeks and months we will continue to prioritise our activity around this issue, included a number of tactics as part of Operation Yellowfin.

We are appealing for information from our local communities as to the details of who is responsible for riding these bikes and also where they are being stored or housed.

November 2020 Update:

  • Officers have been conducting dedicated OP YELLOWFIN patrols in the area. We have been out patrolling in plain clothes and in uniform to try and catch individuals using motorcycles in the area, in an anti social manner. 
  • We have worked with ONGO to move an indivudal out of an address linked heavily to drug dealing and anti social behaviour, into a new area away from drugs. They now have the support they need form other agencies to make a fresh start with their life. 

We continue to urge members of the community to report issues via 101 or anonymously to CrimeStoppers 0800 555 111.

Brumby Corner Spar Shop – Rough Sleepers/Begging

Joint work is being carried out between North Lincolnshire Council and the Police, putting in place a comprehensive plan to monitor and deal with issues. 

Those that are believed to be homeless are receiving support from the Council in order to find accommodation and to get them off the streets. Ourselves and North Lincolnshire Council are working alongside staff at the SPAR to deal with issues as they arise. Persistent begging will not be tolerated and offenders are being identified and proceedings are taking place to deal with the most prolific offenders. 

Engagement will continue outside the store and in the surrounding area to identify and support homeless seen in the area. Those seen begging will be moved on and dealt with in the appropriate manner. Council partners will continue to offer support to all those that present themselves in the locality. 

We would encourage members of the public that see any begging to report it to the Police to support our efforts in this matter.

November 2020 Update:

  • Throughout the month of October it appears that the previous issue of homeless and persistant begging has been massively reduced. Previous indivduals were engaged with and given relevant advice and support. If anyone see's or experiences any further issues please contact us.

Central Park / Jubilee Park

The local policing team have often seen spikes of reported Anti-Social Behaviour in and around Central Park. We are aware this can often be a hot spot for people to gather and cause issues. 

We had initially seen a decrease in calls for service to this area throughout the lockdown period. However we are now aware that as restrictions have been lifted and the weather is improving it will encourage a lot of people to spend time in the area. 

We will continue doing our patrols of the area with a mixture of patrolling on foot and in vehicles however we would urge anyone with any issues to report it to support us moving forwards. 

November 2020 Update:

  • Local officers have been patrolling CENTRAL PARK and JUBILEE PARK due to an increase in ASB and bin fires
  • JUBILEE PARK has seen a massive increase in wheeley bin fires. We are working closely in partnership with the fire brigade and the parks and green spaces manager from the council to try and redesign the park to reduce crime.

Please report issues via 101 or anonymously to CrimeStoppers 0800 555 111.

 

Last Updated 3 Nov 2020

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