Scartho

Insp Mel Christie
Insp Mel Christie
Sgt 985 Jo Clark
Sgt 985 Jo Clark
PC 0373 Matthew Stephenson
PC 0373 Matthew Stephenson
PCSO 7736 Kirsty Davison
PCSO 7736 Kirsty Davison
PCSO 7877 Rebecca Wildman
PCSO 7877 Rebecca Wildman

News From This Area

8 May 2017
Grimsby: Woman summoned to appear in connection with concealment of birth of baby boy

A Hertford woman has been summoned to appear before Grimsby and Cleethorpes Magistrates Court in connection with the sad discovery of the body of a baby boy in Grimsby.

The baby’s body was found in a drain at a property in Scartho Road, Grimsby, on February 11, 2016.

4 Jan 2017
Humberside: Bicycles remain a popular present so please ensure you keep yours safe and register it on-line

We are urging cycle owners to make cycle security and registration their New Year’s resolution.

Bikes are always popular presents - from that memorable first bike to the latest top-spec machine for an enthusiastic amateur.

30 Dec 2016
Humberside: Please help us tackle the stolen goods market

We are urging people to get any new gifts they have bought or receive over Christmas registered free with the property logging website www.Immobilise.com. 

Doing so will mean your valuables are more likely to be returned if lost or stolen, as well as potentially catching a criminal in possession of stolen goods.

26 Oct 2016
Humberside: Lifestyle 2016 launched at Princes Quay on Saturday

Humberside Police’s Lifestyle project -which has inspired over 160,000 young people to make a difference in their community since 1989 - launched at Princes Quay on Saturday 7 May and teams are now being urged to register at www.humberside.police.uk/lifestyle.

18 May 2016
Operation Impact, Grimsby: three more in custody

Three people have been arrested following the discovery of a suspected cannabis grow in Scartho’s Edge Avenue.

18 Apr 2016
19 teenagers arrested and one woman charged with arson

Three teenagers are being sought after a fire was started outside the McDonalds Fast Food Restaurant on Victoria Street, Grimsby on Friday night. 

At 8.15pm (Friday April 15, 2016) cardboard which was leant up against a number of bins outside the McDonalds Restaurant was set alight.

19 Feb 2016
Humberside wide: Over 50 arrests, large quantity of drugs seized, money & property confiscated, weapons recovered during the Operation

Humberside Police are hailing Operation Impact – ‘a focus on tackling drug dealing and organised crime across the Humberside area’ - a success.

30 Nov 2015
Grimsby: thanks for your help in finding Chloe

Missing Grimsby 17-year-old Chloe Bensley was found safe and well in Grimsby at around 12.25pm today (Monday, November 30).
As reported, Chloe was reported missing on Wednesday, November 25, after she failed to return home.
Officers who led the search wish to thank the media and all members of the public who have assisted in locating her. 

 

 

30 Nov 2015
What is MARAC and why is it so important?

If a person poses a serious risk to a partner or to others in our community, the police and our partners will implement a plan to ensure the public is protected and victims supported.
A week into the domestic abuse campaign, we offer an insight into the efforts Humberside Police and our partners make to keep our communities safe.

23 Nov 2015
Domestic Abuse: Speak Out, We Will Listen

Would it surprise you to know on average a victim will encounter 35 abusive incidents before they consider reporting it to the police?

Key Information

There are plenty of opportunities for you to meet your local officers and talk to them about problems you're worried about. You can pop along to Police Surgeries, which are informal drop-in sessions at well visited places in the community. It's a chance to meet your local officers, tell them about crime and antisocial behaviour in your area and get crime prevention advice.

You can also have a say in what your local police and other agencies focus on in your area at Priority Setting Meetings. Any member of the community can go along and talk to local officers and PCSO's, council workers and people from Fire and Rescue about issues you face. What you say at these meetings will help the policing teams decide how they should focus their resources in your area. If you think we're getting it right or wrong at the moment, come along and have your say.

Priorities

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Your Community Officers will identify vulnerable and repeat victims of crime and ASB, to work with them and partner agencies to help prevent them from becoming further victims. They will also identify repeat callers for service where the nature of the call is not necessarily a police matter, however, these people feel they don’t know who else to contact. We will endeavour to assist these people who may have vulnerabilities to access the help and services they need.

Your community officers will also identify those persons who by their behaviour generate repeat calls for service. We will work with those people, involving partner agencies where appropriate, to prevent re-offending, and hopefully provide positive outcomes for them, and the communities they affect.