North Carr

Welcome to the North Carr neighbourhood policing team.

Coronovirus (Covid-19) update

We encourage everyone to follow the Government guidance and #StayHomeSaveLives. For this reason we will not be holding any more engagement events with our communities for the foreseeable future. Whilst we love seeing you, these events are non-essential in the current circumstances.   

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Meet Your Team

Insp 5687 Mark Peasgood
Insp 5687 Mark Peasgood
Sgt 933 Stephen Hepworth
Sgt 933 Stephen Hepworth
PC 1702 Andrew McDonald
PC 1702 Andrew McDonald
PCSO 7696 Mark Kelsey
PCSO 7696 Mark Kelsey
PCSO 7719 Shaun Casson
PCSO 7719 Shaun Casson

Community Alerts

Three men charged with church lead thefts (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 2 Jul 2020 16:52
Humberside Police
Rural Matters

Interference with a vehicle - Goldcrest Close (Humberside Police)

Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 15:02
Humberside Police
Residential: Crime alert

Motorcycle Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour (Humberside Police)

Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 16:02
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

Burglary in the area of Sutton park (Humberside Police)

Friday, 19 Jun 2020 15:40
Humberside Police
Residential: Burglary alert

Kingswood Newsletter June 2020 (Humberside Police)

Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 18:07
Humberside Police
Local news

Man arrested in connection with robbery and burglary in Beverley (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 15:41
Humberside Police
Crime Updates

What's Happening In Your Area?

Details

We are working in partnership with Riverside Housing, Hull City Council and other local external partners to reduce burglaries to homes and outbuildings on North Bransholme and Kesteven Way corridor.

We will be target hardening homes and outbuildings by fitting free house security (window alarms, door locks, door chains etc) and we are also fitting free PIR alarms in sheds and garages. This is a two year project and we aim to visit every house within the area.

Phase 1 of the initiative will be focused on Aberdovey Close, Furness Close, Crossword Close and Falkirk Close on Monday 25 March 2019 between 10am and 3pm.  

Update

Phase 1 results are below and are very impressive.

  • Total Number of Properties visited - 199
  • Shed Alarms Fitted - 47
  • Garage Alarms Fitted - 1
  • Door Alarms Fitted - 15
  • Door Locks Fitted - 17
  • Door Chimes Fitted - 10
  • Window Alarms Fitted - 22
  • Window Locks Fitted -44
  • Immobilise Referrals - 16

Phase 2 update

On Monday 3 June 2019, the Hull North Policing Team in partnership with Urban, Riverside Housing, Hull City Council and the North Bransholme Community Centre visited the following streets to educate residents, target harden homes and out buildings - Barmouth Close, Kentmere Close, Fairbourne Close, Rhyl Close, Welshpool Close and Colwyn Close.

UPDATE

Phase 1 results are below and are very impressive!!!

Total Number of Properties visited -
Shed Alarms Fitted - 43
Door Locks Fitted - 31
Door Chimes Fitted - 20
Window Alarms Fitted - 21

Details of the next initiative will be out shortly.

Phase 3 update

We will be coming coming to Harlech Close, Appin Close, Borthwick Close, Leitholme Close and Gifford Close on Monday 30 September. All residents have received a letter with regards to this.

The neighbourhood priority is to use a multi agency approach to assist in reducing crime, Anti Social Behavior by dealing with any incidents robustly if and when they occur.

A Multi Agency approach will also be taken to identify and safe guard vulnerable people that live in our community.  

To work with Humberside Fire Bridge to reduce fires on the North Bransholme Area. From the last partnership tasking meeting it has been mentioned that the fires have died down. 

Poaching on the Nature Reserve on Noddle Hill Way.

On going ASB issues on Manston Garth.

The neighbourhood priority is to work with Construction Companies on Pioneer Way in reducing Crime and Anti Social Behavior on the building sites. Any Incidents will be dealt with robustly when they occur.

Since May the Community Team from Bransholme Police Station lead by the team of Specials have been dealing with reports of Poaching on the Nature Reserve on Noddle Hill Way. The team have been doing high visable patrols on the site, engaging with Partners and talking to the members of public that use the site. The team have removed and dismantled numerous snares and traps on the site and have been and talked to a few people of interest and investigations are on going.

The team is now looking to re-set up the North Carr Conservation Group that will look after the site with the help of the local Council.

 

With over 650 arrests made and more than 200 people charged with various offences in just five weeks by the expanded Operation Galaxy Team, their work will continue over the next few weeks and into the summer.

On Tuesday, 26 May, the current Op Galaxy Team was expanded for five-weeks to include CID teams, patrol, Neighbourhood Policing Teams, Protecting Vulnerable People unit, Roads Policing, police dogs, firearms, Marine unit, Major Crime, intell and economic crime.

The remit of the team was specific areas of crime with a focus on burglary, robbery and theft, often referred to as “Serious Acquisitive Crime”, protecting vulnerable people by targeting sexual offenders and perpetrators of domestic abuse and disrupting and dismantling Organised Crime Groups linked to drugs supply and county lines.

The results the Galaxy team have delivered have been outstanding, and the initial five weeks has now been extended, as Assistant Chief Constable Paul Anderson explains: “Due to the lockdown, we did see a reduction in offences taking place and we wanted to ensure we did everything we could to keep crime down when the restrictions began to be eased and lifted, with our message clear to offenders that their criminality will not be tolerated.

“Our Op Galaxy team launched in October last year, and we made the decision to expand the current team and implemented robust plans for a five-week period of intensified action, to begin making the Humberside force area a hostile and difficult place for criminals to operate in.

“We have been unrelenting in our pursuit of targeting those who bring misery and distress to our communities and the results we have seen support our efforts to tackle all types of criminality in our area, so much so, the Galaxy team will continue in its current format over the next few weeks and into the summer.

“With an increase in officer numbers over the past three years, we now have 500 more officers, enabling us to carry out more of this work, and with the extension of the intensive action, we have the opportunity to make even more of an impact on crime so we are able to protect our communities and the most vulnerable.”

The five week results have included:

654 arrests for various offences including drugs, robbery, burglary, sexual offences and theft
142 warrants executed at properties across East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire
201 people charged with crimes and currently going through the court process
Large quantities of drugs seized include cocaine, heroin and cannabis
An approx street value of drugs, predominately cannabis from factories discovered through warrants, being in excess of £4 million  
Numerous weapons seized including a Hand Gun, Shot Gun, air rifle, two Tasers, Imitation Hand Gun, PAVA Spray, four Knuckle Dusters, four Bladed weapons, machete and an axe
£100,000 in cash recovered
More than 45 individuals detained on fail to appear warrants

ACC Anderson continued: “The work undertaken by the teams involved in Op Galaxy has been second to none with commitment and dedication from every single person involved, either frontline or behind the scenes.

“Additional high visibility patrols have been conducted throughout the five weeks in hot spot areas where we know criminality can occur, with 180 stop searches being carried out and action taking place to locate and arrest outstanding suspects.

“Our Neighbourhood Policing Teams have been incredibly focussed on engaging with our communities, speaking to them and explaining what actions have been taken in their area, updating, informing and providing reassurance as to any police presence throughout the five weeks and also importantly, talking through and listening to any concerns residents have to feed back into the Galaxy team to look into and take action.

“When the expanded Galaxy team and the intensive action does conclude, it doesn’t just end there. We will still be incredibly visible with the Operation Galaxy team continuing in its previous form, proactively targeting criminals, and your local NPTs being highly visible in your communities and still listening to what matters the most to you in your area.

“For the time being the team will be continuing in their current form for the next few weeks into the summer, to maximise on the success achieved so far and to continue delivering great results for our communities

“We are a force on the front foot and we are taking control of our streets and roads, making the lives of criminals and predators difficult and uncomfortable. We are determined and committed in tackling criminality across the Humberside force area, to ensure you feel safe and protected, as that will always be our main priority.”

Last Updated 7 Jul 2020

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Where We Are Over The Next 6 Months

DateLocationActivity
Tuesday 4 Aug, 1:00pm – 3:00pmSheltered Accommodation, Hucknell Garth, BransholmeResidents Meeting
Tuesday 6 Oct, 1:00pm – 3:00pmSheltered Accommodation, Hucknell Garth, BransholmeResidents Meeting
Tuesday 3 Nov, 1:00pm – 3:00pmSheltered Accommodation, Hucknell Garth, BransholmeResidents Meeting

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