St Andrew's and Docklands

Welcome to the St Andrews and Docklands neighbourhood policing team

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Meet Your Team

Insp 5581 Caroline Andrews
Insp 5581 Caroline Andrews
Sgt 0065 Matthew Jarvis
Sgt 0065 Matthew Jarvis
Sgt 0810 Nick Hunt
Sgt 0810 Nick Hunt
Sgt 0839 Robert Ravu
Sgt 0839 Robert Ravu
PC 0121 Karen Walker
PC 0121 Karen Walker
PC 0186 Tim McGowan
PC 0186 Tim McGowan
PC 0461 Natalie Duffy
PC 0461 Natalie Duffy
PC 0939 Craig Mulvana
PC 0939 Craig Mulvana
PC 1656 Dave Nimmo
PC 1656 Dave Nimmo
PC 2129 Paul Craker
PC 2129 Paul Craker
PC 2503 Sarah Haldenby
PC 2503 Sarah Haldenby
PCSO 7507 Lindsay Hall-Miell
PCSO 7507 Lindsay Hall-Miell
PCSO 7557 Anthony Walgate
PCSO 7557 Anthony Walgate
PCSO 7638 Tina Burn
PCSO 7638 Tina Burn
PCSO 7646 Amanda Morton
PCSO 7646 Amanda Morton
PCSO 7721 Paul Chalmers
PCSO 7721 Paul Chalmers
PCSO 7777 Lee Smith
PCSO 7777 Lee Smith
PCSO 7845 Ruth Leake
PCSO 7845 Ruth Leake

Community Alerts

LIVE ZOOM CHAT (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 22 Apr 2021 18:29
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Tuesday, 20 Apr 2021 14:12
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Tuesday, 20 Apr 2021 12:14
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Sneak In Burglary St Georges Road Hull (Humberside Police)

Sunday, 18 Apr 2021 14:32
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Residential: Burglary alert

HIGH VISIBILITY PATROL (Humberside Police)

Sunday, 18 Apr 2021 14:12
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Sunday, 18 Apr 2021 10:49
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What's Happening In Your Area?

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Hessle Road

We continue to patrol Hessle Road, and dealt with perpetrators of the sex trade users, our patrolling times have been into the early hours of the morning and we have also spoken to residents regarding not only prostitution but also wider issues affecting them in the Hessle Road / Boulevard area as part of Humbertalking. 

We have increased patrolling as part of Op Light, and the feedback that we have had is that this has been noted (particularly at the recent ward forum)

We continue to review our tactics both operationally and strategically and PCC Keith Hunter has recently set up a working group about the longer term effects of the sex trade in Hull.

ASB, Rough sleeping and begging issues in Hull City Centre

The aim is to deal with offending through offering support to those that need it through an established intervention hub in the city, whereby individuals can receive to bespoke help and deal with the issues they have contributing to them to committing ASB, the purpose is to reduce offending and give respite to the community affected by the behaviour of those that are persistently behaving in an antisocial manner. It also allows us to deal with people through a structured framework with support at one end and enforcement at the other,. The legislation for this operation is from the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

We continue to address issues of rough sleepers and attend the Rough Sleeper Action group, every 2 weeks. We set actions during every meeting to tackle ASB and reduce Rough Sleeping in the City Centre, and calls to service regarding these individuals. We also chair meetings with local businesses to discuss how to deal with issues affecting their business to ensure that the City Centre remains attractive to businesses, new and old. We also patrol the City Centre on a daily basis, tackling the ASB, rough sleeping and begging issues, by referring individuals to the correct services and dealing positively when diversion fails.

We regularly check on people to ensure that they are as healthy as can be expected in the circumstances and not in need of immediate medical care and attention. We discuss the ASB, rough sleeping and begging issues in the City Centre, with a number of agencies and services, such as Hull City Council, Renew, Humberside Fire and rescue and Emmaus among others.

We are continuing to help partner agencies identify the location of vulnerable people or people at risk; provide people sleeping rough with information on how to access specialist services and accommodation. We are also working with partner agencies to find solutions for long-term homelessness cases and reduce crime and anti-social behaviour sometimes associated with rough sleeping.

 ASB, Rough Sleeping and begging issues in Hull City Centre

Update 22/04/2021

As of 12th April 2021 non essential shops have now re-opened. We are still continuing to patrol Hull city Centre due to the Covid 19 restrictions, and calls for service relating to ASB, Rough Sleeping and begging. But we continue to work with partner agencies such as Hull city council, Emmaus Hull & East Riding , Renew and many others. If you see anyone sleeping rough that you have concerns for you can download the Emmaus App or contact  0800 066 2169 or alternatively contact 101  

 

 

 ASB Nuisance Motorbikes Boulevard Area

Updat 22/04/2021

We continue to recieve a number of calls in relation to off road motorbikes in the Boulevard Area. Riding off-road vehicles in public open spaces is dangerous, noisy and illegal, so tell us where they are, and we can take them off the streets before someone is hurt, or they’re used in criminal activity. Report this to 101 or alternatively contact crime stoppers you dont have to give your name, just what you know so make sure you have as much detail about the bike and the rider as possible including;

• Description of who is riding the bike

• Where the bike is being used

• When is it used (time of day e.g. evening, daytime, weekend)

• Details about the vehicle (e.g. make, model, colour etc)

• Who owns the vehicle and where it may be stored (if known)

Crime stoppers number 0800 555 111

 

 

Last Updated 22 Apr 2021

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Where We Are Over The Next 6 Months

DateLocationActivity
Friday 23 Apr, 2:00pm – 2:30pmZoom online using meeting ID 612 834 7527 and passcode 1D6WrhHull Central NPT'S Zoom online meeting St Andrews with PC 0121 Karen Walker

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You can contact us by email: osbornestreet@humberside.pnn.police.uk
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