Mid Holderness

Welcome to the Mid Holderness neighbourhood policing team

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Meet Your Team

Insp Paul Gladstone
Insp Paul Gladstone
Sgt 1444 Neil Taylor
Sgt 1444 Neil Taylor
PC 1294 Alex Collins
PC 1294 Alex Collins
PCSO 7594 Allison Munro
PCSO 7594 Allison Munro
PCSO 7705 Darren Bainton
PCSO 7705 Darren Bainton
PCSO 7774 Hazel Crosse
PCSO 7774 Hazel Crosse

Community Alerts

WITHERNSEA: Bird Scarer stolen (Humberside Police)

Tuesday, 20 Apr 2021 13:20
Humberside Police
Rural Matters

Cadet recruitment window now open (Humberside Police)

Tuesday, 20 Apr 2021 12:14
Humberside Police
Recruitment message

WITHERNSEA: BMW Motorcycle stolen from garage (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 15 Apr 2021 14:34
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

THORNGUMBALD: Theft from works vehicle (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 14 Apr 2021 14:51
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

Catalytic Converter Theft reported in our area (Humberside Police)

Monday, 12 Apr 2021 16:42
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

WITHERNSEA: Motor parts stolen from MERCEDES mini bus (Humberside Police)

Monday, 12 Apr 2021 16:20
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

What's Happening In Your Area?


What’s Happening in Your Area & Community Priorities  

11 crimes reported during March 2021, increase from 6 recorded in February 2021

The eleven crimes reported during March 2021 across the Mid Holderness Ward area of East Riding of Yorkshire are: 

a. Residential Burglary reports: (three investigations) 2nd March Main Street Great HATFIELD glass panel removed from side door to gain entry, electrical & household goods taken; 9th March Apple Tree Close LONG RISTON 9pm a man was seen by the occupant to open the rear conservatory door who made off into fields at the rear of the property, nothing was taken. 29th March Langdale Villas SKIRLAUGH entry gained via bathroom window, cash taken.

b. Garage Burglary reports: No reports made.

c. Business Burglary reports: Pleased to report that no business burglaries were recorded during March.

d. Thefts: (Two Investigations) 19th/20th March The Crescent WEST NEWTON  two VOODOO mountains bikes stolen from a front garden. 29th March Main Street WAWNE two bottles of wine stolen from a shop.

e. Damage: (Five investigations) 14th March Galfrid Road BILTON object thrown at a front by a group of youths around 9pm. 15th/16th March Back Lane BURTON PIDSEA glass in the entrance hand rail of the village hall was smashed by unknown means. 17th March Woolam Hill BURSTWICK around 9am a stone thrown at a front window caused it to smash. 26th March Main Road BILTON damage to outside seating area of a social club. 29th March Church lane SPROATLEY damage to front windows of a residential property.

f. Vehicle Crimes:  a promising further month of No reports of thefts of or from  vehicles. 21st March Ash Tree Garth LONG RISTON two tyres slashed on a vehicle parking in the residents parking bays.

g. Drugs: (No investigations) No reports

Humbertalking has set our priorities, this month we are to:

1. Reduce ASB - Improve the quality of life in the community
Community and Policing groups and local parish meetings have raised issues about anti-social behaviour. Anti-social behaviour is particularly common amongst young people during the evening in the Bilton, Aldbrough and Burton Pidsea area.

The Holderness Neighbourhood Policing Team works with our key partners and the community to reduce anti-social behaviour and the anti-social use of motor vehicles. We provide proactive responses to reports of anti-social behaviour in our neighbourhood Area and are constantly reviewing our patrol strategy to address this. We are working hard with partners to address this and ensure our market towns and rural communities are a safe place to live and work.

2. Preventing Residential Burglary
Unfortunately the month of March has seen the first reports for several months that three household had been targeted by burglars.

During this month members of the Holderness Policing Team will continue be out and about providing residents with advice on home security. 

3. Reduce rural crime
As with all rural locations, the Holderness area suffer with theft of farming machinery and vehicles along with poaching activity like hare coursing although this season draws to a welcomed end, there has been an increase in anti-social use of illegal motorcycles riding across our countryside and farming fields.
Throughout this year we have worked with volunteers on the Rural Watches across Holderness to deter rural criminality. In addition we will utilise all the available technology, crime prevention techniques and assistance from the Rural Crime Team to deter and detect crime. In addition to local officers our patrols are routinely bolstered by specialist Officers from our Roads Policing, and Operations department.
4. Road Safety

As with most other areas, road safety is something in which we can improve upon in our rural communities.

We hold regular proactive road safety campaigns with the Highways Authority which include speed enforcement in hot spot locations.                                
MARCH 2021 – B1239 Preston Road Bilton and B1238 Main Road Wyton have been raised, via Humbertalking, as a community concern for speeding vehicles.
With the return of all children to our primary schools, the Community Team will be conducting patrols around the school area make sure that the roads are safe for every one especial for our young members outside the schools gates with the clear message: 

Is this clear enough?   Zigzag lines outside schools are there to protect YOUR children. NO Picking up, NO Dropping off, NO Parking, NO Excuses.


Follow the Countryside Code  - Leave No Trace, Take It Home
The countryside has been invaluable in Britain’s recovery, with millions of people visiting during lockdown to improve their physical and mental wellbeing.

We are working with the Natural England and NFU National Farming Union to promote respect in the countryside. This new look Countryside Code will help to engage with walkers and everyone who visits and enjoys our farmed environment, and it’s important that people follow the simple rules and respect the countryside around them.  Visit www.gov.uk/countryside-code for the latest information.

How you can help

Your local Neighbourhood Policing Team appreciates the importance of being in the right place, at the right time, for the right reasons to reassure the public, improve public confidence and reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in the area in which we all live and work. We encourage all residents to call and report any issues where they live so that we can deal with any issues and also step up our patrols in the area. 

If you feel that there are other issues affecting you or your local community that should be given priority, please inform your local councillors or your Neighbourhood Policing Team.
The number to call for non-emergency issues is 101

Please visit our website www.humberside.police.uk for the latest news & appeals.

FACEBOOK users did you know? You can find out more about the work of your local officers and teams by liking their Facebook accounts: Please visit Humberside Police – East Riding of Yorkshire South at https://www.facebook.com/HumberbeatERYS

Twitter users can keep up to date with events, alerts and traffic news within Mid Holderness by following the community team @HumberbeatERYS and @PCSODarrenB.

Thank You for Being Here

Our officers and staff work tirelessly every day to ensure Humberside Police delivers the best possible service for our communities with the resources we have available.

It’s pleasing to see reductions in certain crime types particularly burglary, which we know is hugely impactive and distressing. This reduction is down to our focussed activity under Operation Galaxy where we put a real focus on those individuals who commit these crimes , whilst ensuring we work closely with local communities to prevent them occurring .

PCSO Darren Bainton

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Humbertalking is taking place across Mid Holderness - tell us the issues that are affecting you and our community, the surveys help to set future priorities.

Last Updated 9 Apr 2021

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You can contact us by email: Withernsea@humberside.pnn.police.uk
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