ASB Ferry Lane and Market Place, Snaith
Reports of youths congregating and causing a nuisance along with issues of littering and graffiti and general Anti-Social Behaviour at Ferry Lane, Snaith and in Market Place Snaith. Also reports of youths on motorbikes on Ferry lane Snaith. Allegedly the riders are speeding, generally causing a nuisance and riding without helmets. We urge residents to report any ASB in the area to Humberside Police via 101.
Local officers have been conducting high visibility patrols in the area and anyone caught engaging in such activities will be dealt with jointly with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. We have also met with local councilors to discuss the ongoing issues in the area.
Throughout March we will be holding more street surgeries in Snaith. These are high visibility patrols starting at the fire station in the Market place where the general public can also join us along with the ward councilors and the ASB Officer Nikki Moulton.We have been targeting ASB hot spot areas and speaking to residents about their concerns. We have been successful in identifying some of the youths causing issues and are dealing with them via our ASB process. Please feel free to join us on the dates below.
We are also in the process of finding a suitable location for the teenagers to gather on an evening. There is currently no youth club in Snaith and after talking to the youths this is something they would like and will help to get them off the streets with the dark nights looming. If anyone knows of some where suitable within the town centre then please let us know.
There has been numerous reports of 'knock a door run' on the Ben Bailey estate in Snaith. This may seem just a minor thing but when it is constant and over a long period of time this can be quite distressing to the residents. The knocks were described as 'thudding' and were targeting the same residents over a period of a few weeks. We are pleased to say that the group involved have been identified and we are in the process of speaking to them in he presence of their parents. They will also receive warning letters from the council which stays on record.
There has been a complaint from Snaith Library reporting damage to their porch way , peeled away paint on the handrail,
and the silicone been picked the sealant at the bottom of the windows. They are also reporting litter being left ,including what looks like used condoms. Both the police and the council are aware.
There has been a recent report of approximately 5 youths causing ASB in Market place Snaith. The report came into us on the 23rd February and stated that 5 unnamed youths were causing issues and pulling up plants. We are in the process of trying to get these people identified by the towns CCTV cameras. If anyone has got any information or witnessed the incident then please contact us on 101 the non emergency number quoting log 471 23/02/2020.
We are aware that a 'blade pen' has recently been found by a member of the public in the station car park in Snaith. The pen has not been linked to any persons or incident and we are patrolling the area frequently especially on an evening. If anyone has any information then please contact us on 101.
SUGAR MILL PONDS RAWCLIFFE BRIDGE
The council and the Police are aware that the bricks of the derelict building have been damaged enabling people to gain access. The building was bricked up due to the condition of it and unknown people were gaining access. The access made recently is very small and would be a real concern should anyone inside needs to exit in an emergency. Private sector housing are now in the process of exploring options to address this. If anyone has nay information on who caused the damage please contact us on 101.