South East Holderness

Welcome to the South East Holderness neighbourhood policing team

Coronovirus (Covid-19) update

We encourage everyone to follow the Government guidance and remember #HandsFaceSpace.

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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 Paul Gladstone
Insp Paul Gladstone
Sgt 1444 Neil Taylor
Sgt 1444 Neil Taylor
PC 1294 Alex Collins
PC 1294 Alex Collins
PCSO 7558 Victoria Pennington
PCSO 7558 Victoria Pennington
PCSO 7665 Philip Wriglesworth
PCSO 7665 Philip Wriglesworth
PCSO 7703 Jennifer Gray
PCSO 7703 Jennifer Gray
PCSO 7766 Amy Eades
PCSO 7766 Amy Eades

Community Alerts

HALSHAM: damage to farm gates (Humberside Police)

Sunday, 29 Nov 2020 18:59
Humberside Police
Rural Matters

OPERATION GALILEO Update (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 28 Oct 2020 15:47
Humberside Police
Rural Matters

HOLDERNESS: OPERATION GALILEO update (Humberside Police)

Sunday, 18 Oct 2020 18:13
Humberside Police
Rural Matters


Monday, 5 Oct 2020 15:28
Humberside Police
Rural Matters

WELWICK: Thefts from Tractors (Humberside Police)

Saturday, 26 Sep 2020 21:09
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

HALSHAM: Theft from Tractors (Humberside Police)

Saturday, 26 Sep 2020 16:20
Humberside Police
Rural Matters

What's Happening In Your Area?


Community Priorities for November 2020

ASB Patrols – Mischievous, Halloween and Bonfire Night

Officers from the Holderness team will be out on patrol during October and November checking villages for any anti-social behaviour.  Shops will be asked to check who they sell eggs and flour to, to prevent misuse. Youths causing annoyance with fireworks will also be challenged and fireworks seized. Those identified will be issued Fairways with our partners in the ERYC ASB team.

 Anti-social behaviour covers a wide range of unacceptable activity that causes harm to an individual, to their community or to their environment. This could be an action by someone else that leaves you feeling alarmed, harassed or distressed. It also includes fear of crime or concern for public safety, public disorder or public nuisance.

 Examples of anti-social behaviour include:

 Nuisance, rowdy or inconsiderate neighbours

Vandalism, graffiti and fly-posting

Street drinking

Environmental damage including littering, dumping of rubbish and abandonment of cars

Prostitution related activity

Begging and vagrancy

Fireworks misuse

Inconsiderate or inappropriate use of vehicles

The police, local authorities and other community safety partner agencies, such as Fire & Rescue and social housing landlords, all have a responsibility to deal with anti-social behaviour and to help people who are suffering from it.

 If you are experiencing problems with anti-social behaviour, or have any concerns about it, or other community safety issues, you should contact your local council or call the non-emergency number, 101. In an emergency, call 999.


High Visibility Patrols – Covid 19

Officers in your area are keeping a high visability presence in your local towns. Making sure members of the public are adhering to the Governments guidelines. Also attending the shops which are still open providing reassurance and support. Assistance shall be provided to shops if they require it with regards to the need for customers to wear face masks.

Operation Galileo - Poaching

We have received a few reports of potential poaching in our area. This is now a priority in the Holderness area with alocated officers patrolling on high demand times over the weekends.



We are seeing an influx of intelligence from members of the public with regards to drug use and drug dealing. Please continue to send this in. The more information we receive the greater the chance we have to act on it.


Operation Yellowfin

Op Yellowfin is a police operation to tackle the crime associated with motorbikes and off-road bikes. Front line officers continue to work alongside CID and our intelligence units to gather information about people we suspect of carrying out thefts and motorcycle related crime.


Offenders brought to Justice during October

 Lee WALSH of Easington pleaded guilty of exceeding the speed limit - fined £229 and 3 penalty points.
Paul SALTER of Keyingham pleaded guilty of driving without insurance - fined £690 and 6 penalty points.
Paul HARRISON of Halsham pleaded guilty of exceeding the speed limit - fined £459 and 4 penalty points.
Mark APPLEYARD of Withernsea found guilty of exceeding speed limit - fined £342 and 3 penalty points.
Gary WALSH of Withernsea found guilty of trespass with intent to steal – curfew requirement with electronic monitoring and fined £175.

Recent Scams

Amazon Scam

The call was from 020 3966 6593 and was an automated message stating that a potentially fraudulent transaction had been made on my Amazon account for the purchase of a refurbished iPhone 6. It instructed me to press 1 to cancel the transaction (I did not!).

The scam appears to be a variation of one that was going around a few months ago, with the same instructions to press 1 to cancel, except that one was for Amazon Prime membership, which is quite widely reported on over the internet.

Last Updated 10 Nov 2020

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Remember if there is an emergency always ring 999.