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PCSO 7770 Sandra Coneyworth
What's Happening In Your Area?
|Community Priorities for October 2019
Officers from across the East Riding of Yorkshire are now engaged in the prevention and detection of wildlife offences and poaching across the ward area. Harvesting has finished and land work is close to completion, we will now see an increase in poaching reports. Officers will be using intelligence, new equipment and volunteers in helping to identify offenders and obtaining evidence to form prosecution cases. If you see people with dogs in fields if safe to so ring 101 and report the incident.
|HumberTalking is still very much underway within the East Riding area. The survey results will help us direct our future priorities.
Thefts – September saw a high amount of shop thefts across both Wards, some of which resulted in successful arrests. Throughout October 2019 officers from the Beverley Community Police Team will continue with high visibility patrols to deter offences of Shop theft. Any intelligence re this issue can be submitted by calling Crime Stoppers 0800 555 111 or Humberside Police 101.
Vehicle Crimes – September saw 10 reported case of vehicle related crime ranging from damage to and theft from. Throughout October 2019 officers from the Beverley Community Police Team will continue with high visibility patrols to deter offences of vehicle related crime. Any intelligence re this issue can be submitted by calling Crime Stoppers 0800 555 111 or Humberside Police 101. Please remove all valuables from your secured vehicle when left unattended and leave the glove-box open and empty to reduce the opportunity of becoming a victim.
|Offenders brought to Justice during September
• 1 adult male charged and summonsed for shop theft x 3
• 1 adult male charged and summonsed for assault
• 1 adult male charged and summonsed for criminal damage
• 1 adult male charged and summonsed for residential burglary
• 1 adult male charged and summonsed for shop theft
• 1 adult male charged and summonsed for residential burglary
|Crime Reduction Advice
As longer dark nights set in and with the activities and festivities this usually brings – please take advice from humbersidefireandrescue on Wheelie Bin Safety to help reduce your risk of wheelie bin fires.
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
Environmental damage including littering, dumping of rubbish and abandonment of cars
Prostitution related activity
Begging and vagrancy
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.
|Enjoy ALL the Fun of the Fair!
Humberside Police & our partners are working together to ensure that people can enjoy
HULL FAIR safely
Here’s our Top tips offering crime prevention advice
Before setting off:
Leave any valuables such as iPods, 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 and not smoking.
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 and wipe off Sat Nav sucker marks from the windscreen.
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.
Neighbourhood Officers will be at the following locations to discuss community issues and offer crime prevention advice.
Where We Are Over The Next 6 Months
|Monday 14 Oct, 1:00pm – 2:00pm||Tesco, Morton Lane||Beverley Police Surgery |
|Wednesday 30 Oct, 9:00am – 11:00am||Town Centre||Beverley Mobile Street Surgery |
|Monday 11 Nov, 11:00am – 12:30pm||Barclays Bank, Cottingham||Cottingham Police Surgery - Fraud Advice |
|Tuesday 12 Nov, 10:00am – 12:00pm||Well Cafe, The Square||Willerby Police Surgery |
|Wednesday 13 Nov, 4:00pm – 5:00pm||Woodmansey Sheltered Housing ||Woodmansey Police Surgery |
|Saturday 16 Nov, 9:00am – 12:00pm||Town Centre||Beverley Patch Walk |
|Tuesday 19 Nov, 1:00pm – 2:00pm||Tesco, Morton Lane||Beverley Police Surgery |
|Friday 22 Nov, 5:00pm – 10:00pm||Flemingate||Beverley Christmas Lights |
Get In Touch
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area for information about the different ways to report a non-emergency crime e.g. using 101 or via our online reporting pages.
Remember if there is an emergency always ring 999.