South Hunsley

Welcome to the South Hunsley neighbourhood policing team

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Meet Your Team

Insp Rob Danby
Insp Rob Danby
Sgt 1444 Neil Taylor
Sgt 1444 Neil Taylor
PC 2505 Katie Peach
PC 2505 Katie Peach
PCSO 7843 Sarah Peasgood
PCSO 7843 Sarah Peasgood

Community Alerts

Further tractor GPS thefts in East Riding

Fri, 23 Sep 2022 16:33:10 +0100
Rural Matters

Recruits Needed - Youth Independent Advisory Group

Wed, 21 Sep 2022 19:09:06 +0100
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KEYINGHAM: theft of HONDA TRX 500 Quad

Mon, 19 Sep 2022 14:54:15 +0100
Stolen Equipment

Have you felt unsafe in your local community? We want to hear your feedback.

Tue, 06 Sep 2022 11:48:44 +0100
Feedback / opinion requests

Do you want to become a Police Officer?

Thu, 01 Sep 2022 17:07:34 +0100
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Humberside Police are recruiting :)

Tue, 30 Aug 2022 16:02:36 +0100
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What's Happening In Your Area?


Brief summary of what’s been happening in your area

Residential Burglary reports: (four investigations across Hessle & South Hunsley Ward last month)

18/9/22 Boothferry Road, theft in dwelling – known male enters property and steals £300 in cash

20/9/22 Davenport Avenue, Hessle, shed burglary – various garden tools stolen

21/9/22 Cottesmore Road, Hessle, garage burglary – named suspect

26/9/22 Holly Hill, cash and bank card stolen from within

Business Burglary reports (one investigation across South Hunsley)

22/9/22 Heritage Industrial Park, theft of plant equipment, digger and trailer

Thefts: (eleven investigations across all Wards last month)

3/9/22 Dearne Court, theft of parcel

6/9/22 Grandale Filling Station, make off without payment – Fuel

14/9/22 Esso Filling Station, make off without payment – Fuel 

16/9/22 Sainsbury’s, Shop theft x 2, known suspect 

18/9/22 Boothferry Road, theft in a dwelling

19/9/22 Seaton Road, theft of doorbell

21/9/22 Ferriby Service Station, make off without payment – Fuel

22/9/22 Tesco’s, Shop theft

24/9/22 Morrison’s, theft of purse

25/9/22 Dale Road, theft of honesty box

28/9/22 Home Farm, theft from vehicle – hedge cutter

Damage: (five investigations)

2/9/22 Bedford Road, damage to vehicle

6/9/22 Pool Bank Lane, damage to fencing

6/9/22 Grange Lane Play area, damage to skate park in form of graffiti

24/9/22 Ferriby Road, damage to vehicle

24/9/22 North Ferriby Village Hall, damage to wall


Other: A further 31 investigations were reported last month, these include public order, domestic incidents, traffic offences, malicious communications/stalking and harassment incidents.

Community Priorities for October 2022

This month we aim to:

Reduce ASB – improve the quality of life for residents 

What is Anti-Social Behaviour?

. Behaviour that is capable of causing nuisance and annoyance

. Or/and is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress

. Or/and creates significant and persistent problems in the neighbourhoods

. Or/and leaves communities intimidated

Preventing Residential Dwelling Burglaries

Lights - You can get plug-in timers for your lamps - and timers for your ceiling lights.  Don't just light up the hall.  Fool a burglar by lighting up the landing bathroom, bedroom and living room too.

Sound advice - Use a plug-in timer for a radio - make it a talk station rather than music

Windows - Remember to shut all windows, even small and upstairs ones, when you leave the house, in your garden or in the rear of your property.  If you're upstairs, close your downstairs windows and if you're planning some time away, get a trusted neighbour to shut the curtains at night.  You could return the favour some time!


Community Safety Advice

HULL FAIR – Enjoy ALL the fun of the Fair

Before setting off Leave any valuables such as electronic devices, jewellery and credit cards at home; only take what you absolutely need and remember to lock all windows and doors before you set off.

Getting to Hull Fair Drinking alcohol on buses is prohibited. Anyone caught trying to carry alcohol on to the buses will be refused entry and anyone caught drinking alcohol on a bus will be asked to get off. While on the buses respect the rights of other passengers by keeping noise down to a minimum. If you drive to the fair park in a well-lit busy area and make a note of where you are parked. When you leave your car ensure nothing is on view, remove all valuables.

While at Hull Fair Keep your money and mobile phones in a safe and secure place. Consider wearing clothes that have pockets with zips or using a money belt to keep your property safe. If you see anything suspicious report it immediately to a Police Officer, Police Community Support Officer, Stewards or Fairground Staff. If attending the fair with small children consider using a wrist link or harness to prevent them wandering off. Also give children guardian contact details to carry, so any children who become lost can be reunited with their guardians quickly. Make sure you are familiar with the location of the Police, First Aid and Lost/Found Children Offices.

Getting home from Hull Fair Have a pre-arranged meeting place to go to in the event of you become separated from friends/relatives. If travelling by bus, ensure you keep enough money aside for your bus fare home. Be sure where, and which bus, you need to get on in advance.

Last Updated 3 Oct 2022

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