West Carr

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Meet Your Team

Insp 5687 Mark Peasgood
Insp 5687 Mark Peasgood
Sgt 2435 Andrew Waller
Sgt 2435 Andrew Waller
Sgt 933 Stephen Hepworth
Sgt 933 Stephen Hepworth
PC 1120 Ria Featherstone
PC 1120 Ria Featherstone
PCSO 7652 Paul Waller
PCSO 7652 Paul Waller
PCSO 7841 Martin Wood
PCSO 7841 Martin Wood

Community Alerts

Suspicious Circumstances (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 14 Oct 2021 10:52
Humberside Police
Suspicious circumstances

Theft of a motor vehicle (Humberside Police)

Monday, 11 Oct 2021 09:59
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

STOLEN DOG: Appeal to locate stolen distinctive spaniel (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 6 Oct 2021 13:35
Humberside Police
Local news

THEFT OF DISK HARROWS FROM FIELD GATEWAY- NAFFERTON (Humberside Police)

Wednesday, 6 Oct 2021 10:46
Humberside Police
Crime Updates

A vehicle Crime has been reported in your area (Humberside Police)

Monday, 4 Oct 2021 11:43
Humberside Police
Vehicle crime

HULL FAIR: Top Ten Tips for a Safe Fair (Humberside Police)

Friday, 1 Oct 2021 21:25
Humberside Police
Community Safety News

What's Happening In Your Area?

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What would you like to see Happen?

Dear West Carr Residents

I am sending out this message to you the residents as in the future as we look at more positive action around the West Carr Ward area and as much as we have several idea of what we would like to do we would also like to know your thoughts in regards to the type of actions you feel are needed or you would like to see on the area.

Depending on what format you see this message please reply via My Community Alert, leave a comments on the Sutton Park Neighbourhood Networks page or e-mail me your ideas at martin.wood@humberside.pnn.police.uk or text message me on 07464649404

I am sure you will have some great ideas and thoughts and we look forward to hearing from you.

Update 15/09/2021

West Carr Fire Initiative

Over the last couple of months we have completed our 2 day Fire Initiative with our joint partners, Hull CC, Humberside Fire, Fortem, Local Councillors. This was a very sucessful Initiative We visited numerous properties, discussing fire prevention and looking for vulnerabilities. A large number of residents also took us up on the a Safe and Well check on their property which will be conducted by Humberside fire over the next several months...

We know that residents concerns around fires especially on some of our local street is high so we ask you to help us help you by removing anything that could be used to start a fire from your gardens/properties, secure your wheelie bins to prevent them being stolen and used as fuel for fires.

 

Crime Reduction Initiative

We are in the process of setting up a day to do a crime reduction surgery which will occure within the Sutton Park area of the West Carr ward. Information about this will be sent out in due course via My Community Alert and Social Media so please do follow our social media pages.

Bonfire Night

Dear Residents

This year, bonfire night is officially on a Friday however I am aware that there will be a number of bonfire night parties happening over the weekend. We want everyone to have a great time but also be safe so please follow the below advice

 

Never give sparklers to a child under five

When you are watching fireworks always stand well back

Fireworks will scare your pets, so keep them safely indoors

Only adults should light and hold fireworks

Never go near a firework when it has been lit. Even if it hasn’t gone off as it could still explode

If you are given a sparkler, always wear gloves and hold it at arm’s length

When a sparkler goes out DON’T TOUCH IT. It could still burn you, so put it in a bucket of water hot end down

You have to be 18 years old before you are allowed to buy fireworks in the shop

Never play with fireworks

 

Don’t make your home a target for a burglar. An opportunist thief will know that people will be out and leaving their homes empty. Leave a light on at home to make it look like someone’s in and NEVER leave valuables on display

Please be aware that during Bonfire Night and the nights running up to it, calls to police, especially in relation to ASB, can be significantly higher than normal. This may increase the call answering times so please be aware of this. THINK do you really need to call the police? Please consider if it is the police you really need and just how important is it?

To try and prevent any fires which may cause danger to the public or if you see any unofficial prepared bonfires/stacks of wood in areas where they shouldn’t be these can be reported to Hull City Council who will come and collect them.

 

Thank you, stay safe and don’t become a victim of crime

Regards

West Carr Community Policing Team

 

 

Good News Story - Prison Me No Way -

PC 1120 Featherstone the Neighbourhood Beat Officer for the West Carr Ward has been working with Prison Me No Way Scheme in relation to inputs which have taken place within the schools on the West Carr Ward, This is now to be rolled out to other schools, for the full story please click on the below link...

http://www.humberside.police.uk/news/amazing-local-community-schools-project-set-be-extended

Update 17/06/2021

PC Featherstone is continuing to deliver this and is hopeful in expanding it to more schools

Update 15/09/2021

This initiative continues to be rolled out across the city.

Halloween – Tacking Anti-Social Behaviour

Dear Residents

Halloween and Mischievous night are just about upon us. As part of us trying to tackle the anti-social behaviour that these night can bring, we are working with our local stores asking them to display some of our Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour signage (see attached image 1) and refuse service of item such as eggs and flour to anyone under the age of 18. We have also changed our shifts times so if we are not on a rest day we will be on duty at the time this behaviour may occur and be a high visible presence within our communities.

We are also aware that not everyone wants to be disturbed by people trick and treating so I have attached a poster (see attached Image 2) that can be displayed at these properties to try and prevent unwanted visits.

Halloween can be a fun time for some families as well so we have put some advice to follow so that you stay safe –

Stay in areas that are lit with streetlights. (Think about having a torch for darker areas)

Don’t knock on doors where there is a sign saying no trick or treat here.

Don’t talk to strangers on the Street.

Don’t enter any house stay on the doorstep.

Always go trick or treating with an adult.

Although Halloween is supposed to be spooky, be careful not to frighten elderly people.

Always look carefully before crossing the road even if you’re in a group.

Only go to houses where you or your friends know the residents.

Be Visible

Stay with your friends. Don’t split into smaller groups unless an adult goes with you.

 

If you are driving your children around, make sure that you don't leave anything on display when you leave your vehicle and lock your car when you leave it. Thieves work under the cover of darkness and may damage your vehicle to get to anything you might leave on the seats or in the foot well.

 

Don’t make your home a target for a burglar. An opportunist thief will know that people will be out and leaving their homes empty. Leave a light on at home to make it look like someone’s in and NEVER leave valuables on display

 

Please be aware that during Halloween, and the nights running up to it, calls to police, especially in relation to ASB, can be significantly higher than normal. This may increase the call answering times so please be aware of this. THINK do you really need to call the police? Please consider if it is the police you really need and just how important is it?

 

Thank you, stay safe and don’t become a victim of crime

Regards

West Carr Community Team

Last Updated 15 Sep 2021

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Where We Are Over The Next 6 Months

DateLocationActivity
Saturday 16 Oct, 2:00pmNorth Point Shopping CentrePolice Surgery
Saturday 27 Nov, 2:00pmNorth Point Shopping CentrePolice Surgery

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