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 0691 Ashley Haigh
Sgt 0691 Ashley Haigh
Sgt 0810 Nick Hunt
Sgt 0810 Nick Hunt
PC 0121 Karen Walker
PC 0121 Karen Walker
PC 0575 Paul Innes
PC 0575 Paul Innes
PC 0842 Patrick Higgins
PC 0842 Patrick Higgins
PC 1656 Dave Nimmo
PC 1656 Dave Nimmo
PC 2138 Nicola Stothard
PC 2138 Nicola Stothard
PC 2503 Sarah Haldenby
PC 2503 Sarah Haldenby
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

Community Alerts

Courier Fraud awareness week

Tue, 17 May 2022 10:50:27 +0100
General crime prevention message

Burglary – Domestic Property

Sat, 07 May 2022 12:20:12 +0100
Residential: Burglary alert

RESIDENTS ADVICE SHOP - BEAN STREET, HULL

Tue, 19 Apr 2022 08:59:19 +0100
Meeting notice

Burglary – Domestic Property

Wed, 13 Apr 2022 20:52:22 +0100
Residential: Burglary alert

Burglary – Domestic Property

Wed, 13 Apr 2022 20:34:20 +0100
Residential: Burglary alert

A well earned rest for a much-loved canine lifesaver

Tue, 12 Apr 2022 08:56:49 +0100
Good news

What's Happening In Your Area?

Details

Hessle Road

We continue to patrol Hessle Road and deal 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 continue to work with our partners in this complex area.

 

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 / anti-social behaviour sometimes associated with rough sleeping.

 ASB, Rough Sleeping and begging issues in Hull City Centre

Update 01/04/2022

We are continuing to patrol Hull City Centre in relation to ASB, rough sleeping and begging. Alongside this we work in partnership with 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  

 

 

Increase in cycle thefts across ward area

Over the last few months there has been an increase in cycle thefts throughout Hull.  Your local neighbourhood team are working with our partner agencies to identify those responsible and also look at long term crime prevention solutions such as designing out crime.

Crime Prevention Advice –

 

1.   Lock the cycle to a fixed object to prevent it being carried off. Make sure the object can't be broken i.e. plastic drain pipe.

 

2.   Use quality locks, graded on their security. Pay at least 10% of the value of the cycle for the lock with a £30 minimum.

 

3.   Remove expensive fixtures from the bike if you are to leave it unattended & swap quick release fittings for standard ones. 

 

4.   Lock the bikes parts to the frame using wire loops and security cables. These would include wheels and forks.

 

5.   If leaving your bike unattended choose busy well populated cycle racks, where there are many passing potential witnesses.

 

Key Activities –

 

If you don’t need quick release accessories on your cycle change to standard Allen key fittings, to protect parts from theft.

 

Buying a secondhand cycle? Check the seller’s story sounds plausible & they have the original buyers pack or receipts. Check the cycle isn't registered stolen for a small fee on Checkmend

 

Property mark the cycle frame & forks or record existing serial numbers on the FREE web site www.immobilise.com

 

 

 

Vehicle Crime occurring across ward area

Offences relating to Vehicle Crime (theft from vehicle and theft of vehicle) have been occurring across the ward area.  Humberside Police are actively targeting those responsible.  Please also view the below advice that should help prevent you becoming a victim to this crime.

Crime Prevention Advice –

Keep the vehicle locked at all times

Do not leave any valuables or "interesting" items on display

Remove from the car any items not required for that journey

When at home park the car as near to your home as possible

When away from Home Park in a busy, well overlooked area. If the car will be there after dark try to find somewhere illuminated 

Use a key signal blocker bag to protect your vehicles electronic entry code

 

Key Activities –

Mark your valuables and register them on www.Immobilise.com

Consider fitting a car alarm or other security measures visit www.securedbydesign.com for approved companies 

 

Visit www.humberside.police.uk/crime-reduction for more info

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Last Updated 7 Apr 2022

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Where We Are Over The Next 6 Months

DateLocationActivity
Tuesday 31 May, 10:00am – 12:00pmMaurice Rawling Community Centre, Bean Street, HullResidents Advice Shop - Humberside Police, Hull City Council and Sanctuary Housing
Wednesday 8 Jun, 5:00pm – 6:30pmASDA Hessle RoadPolice Awareness Stand
Thursday 16 Jun, 4:00pm – 5:00pmWellsted Street ParkPolice Drop In Surgery
Monday 20 Jun, 3:00pm – 4:00pmWestern Library, 262-264 Boulevard, Hull, HU3 3EDPolice Drop In Surgery
Wednesday 29 Jun, 5:00pm – 6:30pmASDA Hessle RoadPolice Awareness Stand
Tuesday 12 Jul, 10:00am – 12:00pmMaurice Rawling Community Centre, Bean Street, HullResidents Advice Shop - Humberside Police, Hull City Council and Sanctuary Housing
Wednesday 20 Jul, 5:00pm – 6:30pmASDA Hessle RoadPolice Awareness Stand
Wednesday 10 Aug, 5:00pm – 6:30pmASDA Hessle RoadPolice Awareness Stand
Tuesday 23 Aug, 10:00am – 12:00pmMaurice Rawling Community Centre, Bean Street, HullResidents Advice Shop - Humberside Police, Hull City Council and Sanctuary Housing
Wednesday 31 Aug, 5:00pm – 6:30pmASDA Hessle RoadPolice Awareness Stand
Wednesday 21 Sep, 5:00pm – 6:30pmASDA Hessle RoadPolice Awareness Stand
Tuesday 4 Oct, 10:00am – 12:00pmMaurice Rawling Community Centre, Bean Street, HullResidents Advice Shop - Humberside Police, Hull City Council and Sanctuary Housing
Wednesday 12 Oct, 5:00pm – 6:30pmASDA Hessle RoadPolice Awareness Stand
Wednesday 2 Nov, 5:00pm – 6:30pmASDA Hessle RoadPolice Awareness Stand
Tuesday 15 Nov, 10:00am – 12:00pmMaurice Rawling Community Centre, Bean Street, HullResidents Advice Shop - Humberside Police, Hull City Council and Sanctuary Housing
Wednesday 23 Nov, 5:00pm – 6:30pmASDA Hessle RoadPolice Awareness Stand

Get In Touch

You can contact us by email: osbornestreet@humberside.pnn.police.uk
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Remember if there is an emergency always ring 999.