Welcome to the West Marsh Neighbourhood Policing Team.
As your Local Policing Team we look to tackle the issues that are affecting you the most. We are focused on deterring crime and ensuring that the West Marsh is a friendly place for all to enjoy.
When you see your Local Police Officer's or PCSO's out patrolling the streets please do not hesitate to come and speak with us about your concerns. We place a great emphasis on engaging with the community and with your voice we can make a difference and ensure that West Marsh continues to be an area that we are proud of.
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For incidents that don’t require an immediate response call our non-emergency 101 line. You can also report non-emergency crimes online via our reporting portal. In an emergency always dial 999.
Meet Your Team
Sneak in Burglary Scartho Road (Humberside Police)
Saturday, 1 May 2021 12:45
Residential: Burglary alert
Shed Burglary Belgrave Road (Humberside Police)
Saturday, 1 May 2021 12:23
Residential: Burglary alert
Community drop in (Humberside Police)
Saturday, 1 May 2021 11:37
Woman charged with murder on Freeman Street (Humberside Police)
Monday, 26 Apr 2021 16:59
A 27-year-old woman has been charged with murder today after Adam Krozolinowski was found with stab wounds outside a property on Freeman Street, Grimsby, shortly before 8:15pm on Saturday 24 April.
Anna Krozolinowski of Duncombe Street has been charged with murder and was due to appear at Grimsby Magistrate's Court today (Monday 26 April).
Sadly, 32-year-old Adam Krozolinowski suffered fatal injuries close to the property he shared with Anna.
One man has been released with no further police action after assisting us with our enquiries.
Detective Chief Inspector Pete Thorp said: “Our thoughts at this time remain with Adam’s family and loved ones, and we are supporting them with specialist officers and they have asked for privacy at this time.
“This is an isolated incident and there is no wider risk to members of the public. Our neighbourhood teams will continue to support and speak to local residents. Please come and speak to those officers if you have any concerns.
“Also, I want to say thank you to those who have helped with our enquiries throughout our investigation."
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Cadet recruitment window now open (Humberside Police)
Tuesday, 20 Apr 2021 12:14
Do you know someone aged 15 or 16
Do you someone who wants the opportunity to find out more about operational policing? How about learning transferable skills to help them in the future? Maybe they’d like the chance to get to know other young people interested in helping to shape the future of policing?
If you think that sounds like someone you know they may want to join the Volunteer Police Cadet Scheme with Humberside Police.
The Volunteer Police Cadets is a national uniformed youth organisation and is based in 6 locations around the Humberside Policing area (Grimsby, Hull, Bridlington, Goole, Beverley and Scunthorpe).
Each year applications are open to young people aged 15 & 16 years old who would like to join the wider policing family, learn more about the role the police play in our communities and help us give young people a voice.
To be a Volunteer Police Cadet you must be enthusiastic, dedicated and willing to commit to 2 hours a week (in term time only) to take part in training, learning more about policing and our partner agencies. You will also volunteer at least 3 hours a month to working alongside our full time colleagues and those in our communities.
There is no need for formal qualifications and a uniform will be provided to successful applicants. All applications will be subject to vetting procedures.
Becoming a Volunteer Police Cadet we will provide you will the opportunity to learn new skills, develop positive relationships with our partner agencies and local communities, whilst being an ambassador for Humberside Police.
Humberside Police Cadets have completed first aid courses, taken part in team building challenges and learnt all about different areas of policing from Crime Scene Investigation to Riot Training to understanding how to support the most vulnerable people in our communities.
We recognise that young people have an important part to play within their local community and the future of the police service. We are therefore committed to engaging with young people all over our force to make sure they have the opportunity to lead rewarding and productive lives.
Through the Volunteer Police Cadets we work to let the voices of young people in our communities be heard, helping to shape not only their futures but also our own.
The Volunteer Police Cadet Scheme works with young people from the ages of 15–19 to help give them an understanding of policing, you can find out more here.
The application window will close on the 30th April.
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Garage Burglary - St Nicholas Drive (Humberside Police)
Monday, 29 Mar 2021 10:22
Residential: Burglary alert
What's Happening In Your Area?
Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour Grimsby Town Centre
Anti-Social Behaviour is still centred around Freshney Place and Victoria Street but has seen a movement towards St James Square involving young people.
The Neighbourhood Policing Team are aware and are taking positive action in by completing Home Visits, issuing Banning notices, Community Protection Warnings and Notices. Referring the people involved to the apprpriate services and when needed dealing with them for criminal offences.
We are working with partners such as Freshney Place, McDonald's, ENGIE, Youth services and North East Lincolnshire Council Safer Communities Team.
If you see any Anti-Social Behaviour in the area of the Grimsby Town Centre please contact us on 101.
We are building and developing intelligence through out the West Marsh as a whole. As always we encourage the public to report any suspicious activity. This can either be done via 101, the force website or Crimestoppers.
We know the impact that drug-related crime has on our area and we are working to actively target any premises or individuals we suspect of being linked to drug dealing.
Our aim is to seize drugs before they come on to the streets, so if you have concerns about drug-related crime in your area, please get in touch either by dialing 101 or coming in to the Police Station.
Be Part Of The Conversation
Do you want to find out what is happening in your local area? Well now you can.
Sign up to our My Community Alert system which enables residents, businesses and community groups to find out about what is happening in their local area. By registering you will receive real time messages about incidents happening in your neighbourhood that may affect you or your family.
You can choose how you would like to receive messages - by text, voicemail or email - as well as how often you receive alerts about the issues that matter to you, from collisions and road closures to missing people.