St Andrew's and Docklands

Welcome to the St Andrews and Docklands neighbourhood policing team

Meet Your Team

Insp 5669 Julian Hart
Insp 5669 Julian Hart
Sgt 0065 Matthew Jarvis
Sgt 0065 Matthew Jarvis
Sgt 0774 Owen Stafford
Sgt 0774 Owen Stafford
Sgt 0810 Nick Hunt
Sgt 0810 Nick Hunt
PC 0111 Neil Gibson
PC 0111 Neil Gibson
PC 0186 Tim McGowan
PC 0186 Tim McGowan
PC 0924 Andrew Norman
PC 0924 Andrew Norman
PC 1656 Dave Nimmo
PC 1656 Dave Nimmo
PC 2005 Carl Bugg
PC 2005 Carl Bugg
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 7627 Jacqui Fairbanks
PCSO 7627 Jacqui Fairbanks
PCSO 7638 Tina Burn
PCSO 7638 Tina Burn
PCSO 7641 Ian Brown
PCSO 7641 Ian Brown
PCSO 7646 Amanda Morton
PCSO 7646 Amanda Morton
PCSO 7689 Jason Pellatt
PCSO 7689 Jason Pellatt
PCSO 7777 Lee Smith
PCSO 7777 Lee Smith
PCSO 7808 Martin Spencer
PCSO 7808 Martin Spencer
PCSO 7845 Ruth Leake
PCSO 7845 Ruth Leake
PCSO 7885 Kanesha Brown
PCSO 7885 Kanesha Brown

Community Alerts

Police Drop in Event (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 14 Jan 2020 18:03
Humberside Police
Meeting notice

Missing Francis Donald Francis (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 14 Jan 2020 10:53
Humberside Police
Missing people

Community Engagement Stand Tesco Express ,Spring Bank (Humberside Police)

Tuesday, 13 Jan 2020 16:48
Humberside Police
Meeting notice

Amazon scam (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 8 Jan 2020 13:14
Humberside Police
Crime Updates

At 1640hrs today a Misuse of Drugs Warrant was executed at a property on Freehold Street, Spring Bank, Hull. A quantity of drugs and money was located in the property. One male in custody for PWITS and Money Laundering (Humberside Police)

Sunday, 4 Jan 2020 19:45
Humberside Police
Crime Updates

Three Males reported for Poaching Offences in RISE (Humberside Police)

Friday, 2 Jan 2020 15:18
Humberside Police
Good news

What's Happening In Your Area?

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Wellsted Street & Coltman Street

High visibility foot patrols to prevent drug dealing, fly tipping, street drinking and youths congregating in the street. We also engage with Hull City Council regarding the issues and to put measures into place to help deal with the issues. We continue to monitor any issues and are actively patrolling in the area.

We have recently set up a partner meeting that incorporates residents representation and local council and housing providers. It has previously been successful and it is hoped that the new meetings will continue to address issues with swifter resolution.  

We have also conducted Warrants around the Coltman Street area, with good results, seizing large quantities of cash and drugs. We have made several arrests and are awaiting the outcome of the investigations. There has also been a closure order made on a house where residents surrounding have experienced drug related ASB and crime.

Hessle Road

We have continued to patrol Hessle Road and have issued several injunctions, 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 Senlac, 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

We are continuing to make use of the Humber Talking Community POD which has been located at the old BHS store entrance, and we are having lots of visitors in to speak with us about what we are doing in the city centre and how happy they are with our continued presence, it is staffed daily between 8am - 4pm most days. It supports us and our partners in our response to tackling ASB in the city centre by providing a regular visible presence. 

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.

 

Last Updated 21 Jan 2020

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Where We Are Over The Next 6 Months

DateLocationActivity
Tuesday 28 Jan, 10:00am – 11:00amWestern Library, Boulevard, HullPolice Drop In with PCSO 7646 Morten
Tuesday 28 Jan, 2:00pm – 4:00pmThe Octagon, Walker Street, HullDrop In at the Octagon Cafe
Monday 3 Feb, 8:00am – 4:00pmHumber Talking Pod, Outside BHS, Jameson Street, HullHumber Talking Pod Open Daily!
Thursday 6 Feb, 2:00pm – 4:00pm The Octagon, Walker Street, HullDrop In at the Octagon Cafe
Monday 17 Feb, 10:00am – 11:00amBoulevard Cafe, Corner of Boulevard/Hessle Road, HullWellsted Street and Gee Street Residents Meeting
Tuesday 18 Feb, 6:00pm – 7:00pmThe Village, Thornton Village Hall, Walker Street, HullGreat Thornton Street Ward Forum @ The Village
Tuesday 25 Feb, 11:00am – 12:00pmWestern Library, Boulevard, HullPolice Drop In with PCSO 7646 Morten
Thursday 27 Feb, 2:00pm – 4:00pm The Octagon, Walker Street, HullDrop In at the Octagon Cafe
Monday 2 Mar, 8:00am – 4:00pmHumber Talking Pod, Outside BHS, Jameson Street, HullHumber Talking Pod Open Daily!
Tuesday 10 Mar, 2:00pm – 4:00pm The Octagon, Walker Street, HullDrop In at the Octagon Cafe
Wednesday 18 Mar, 4:30pm – 6:30pmASDA, Hessle Road, HullAsda Community Drop In
Tuesday 24 Mar, 2:00pm – 4:00pmThe Octagon, Walker Street, HullDrop In at the Octagon Cafe
Monday 6 Apr, 8:00am – 4:00pmHumber Talking Pod, Outside BHS, Jameson Street, HullHumber Talking Pod Open Daily!
Monday 4 May, 8:00am – 4:00pmHumber Talking Pod, Outside BHS, Jameson Street, HullHumber Talking Pod Open Daily!
Monday 1 Jun, 8:00am – 4:00pmHumber Talking Pod, Outside BHS, Jameson Street, HullHumber Talking Pod Open Daily!

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