North Holderness

Welcome to the North Holderness neighbourhood policing team

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For incidents that don’t require an immediate response call our non-emergency 101 line. You can also report non-emergency crimes online via our reporting portal. In an emergency always dial 999.

Meet Your Team

Insp Robert Cocker
Insp Robert Cocker
Sgt 0505 Georgina Kirkwood
Sgt 0505 Georgina Kirkwood
Sgt 1649 Chris Whitehead
Sgt 1649 Chris Whitehead
PC 1045 Lee Marshall
PC 1045 Lee Marshall
PCSO 7613 Claire Hardy
PCSO 7613 Claire Hardy
PCSO 7706 Siobhan Dearing
PCSO 7706 Siobhan Dearing

Community Alerts

BIKE SAFE: Motorcyclists - Want to learn how to be safer? (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 25 Feb 2021 11:25
Humberside Police
Road Safety and Traffic


Saturday, 20 Feb 2021 10:30
Humberside Police
Rural Matters

Speak to Policing team - ZOOM virtual meeting 17th February 1900hrs (Humberside Police)

Tuesday, 16 Feb 2021 18:49
Humberside Police
Participation invites (Surveys / Focus grps)

RURAL WATCH: Protect your trailer (Humberside Police)

Monday, 15 Feb 2021 14:49
Humberside Police
Rural Matters


Monday, 15 Feb 2021 14:39
Humberside Police
Rural Matters

ALDBROUGH: Parts Stolen from VW GOLF R (Humberside Police)

Monday, 15 Feb 2021 13:43
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

What's Happening In Your Area?


Local News

January 2021 has seen a slight increase in crime numbers from December 2020.

Of note in the North Holderness area we have had 2 residential burglaries, these have occurred in the villages, in one the suspect was disturbed trying to enter the front door of a property, the other happened after a  suspect(s) entered an unlocked outbuilding and stole a Tipper truck plus STIHL saws.

There was a theft of a bike which had been locked up securely in Hall Garth Park, this was later recovered elsewhere in Holderness. 

Finally there have been 2 thefts from Tesco Hornsea. One happened earlier this month whereby distraction was used against the staff and goods over £3000 were stolen – this investigation is still ongoing and the suspects are from out of the Humberside Force area. The second theft occurred when the suspect appeared to fill their trolley with groceries then went over to the kiosk to purchase tobacco and left the store without offering payment for the goods already in the trolley, this too is still under investigation.

Hornsea Neighbourhood team is currently keeping an eye on the Seafront after complaints from local residents about visitor numbers to the area when the weather has been good and people not adhering to current social distancing and lockdown regulations.

Over this weekend and hopefully some in the coming weeks, we will have the Humberside Police events vehicle parked up on the Seafront to address any concerns and to engage with members of the public. If you would like to speak to us about any issues or concerns you may have about the town please come over for a socially distanced (!) chat.



This is at the core of what Neighbourhood Policing is about.  Vulnerability is not just something that we need to address in terms of protecting people from others, although this is of course part of it.  Vulnerability can lead to offending behaviour, through addiction to drink or drugs, where behaviour is altered or through lack of opportunities leading to poor life choices and crime or Anti-Social Behaviour.


Humber Talking is still being undertaken in Hornsea.  We will be adhering to Social distancing guidance and will not be entering houses but speaking to members of the public who want to take part on their doorsteps.  If you would rather participate online and highlight any issues you think the Police should be dealing with please visit the website Your responses help us better understand our area and prioritise issues to be tackled.

Op Galileo 

Officers from across the East Riding continue to engage in the prevention and detection of wildlife   offences and poaching across the ward area using intelligence gathered, new equipment and volunteers in helping to identify offenders and obtaining evidence to form prosecution cases. In the last few weeks we have seen a marked increase in the number of calls we are receiving about this issue and it is not limited to just weekends, hare coursing activities can take place any time during the week and we would like to encourage our rural communities to contact us with any information which can be used to prosecute individuals in this type of crime. If you see people with dogs in fields or spot suspicious vehicles on land, and if safe to do so, please ring 101 and report the incident.


Operation Galaxy 

Op Galaxy has focused on proactively tackling crime and those responsible for it with numerous arrests made and illegal goods seized. Please take a look at the news section on our website for frequent full updates and details of arrests made.

Last Updated 2 Feb 2021

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