Welcome to the Wolds neighbourhood policing team

Meet Your Team

Insp Martin Hopper
Insp Martin Hopper
Sgt 985 Joanna Clark
Sgt 985 Joanna Clark
PC 549 Sarah Swaby (Police Now)
PC 549 Sarah Swaby (Police Now)
PC 716 Andy Potter
PC 716 Andy Potter
PCSO 7824 Richard Heseltine
PCSO 7824 Richard Heseltine
PCSO 7825 Toni Bullock
PCSO 7825 Toni Bullock

Community Alerts

Burglary Alert (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 15 Jan 2020 16:08
Humberside Police
General crime prevention message

What's Happening In Your Area?


COVID-19 - Our priorities remain the same still - we are there and out and about for you, even in these  testing times. Due to the current situation, our main priority is the issues and problems that may arise from this. What we would like is for people to contact us or the council where there are concerns for vulnerabilities. Now is the time to be keeping an eye out for your neighbours, family and friends and as such, if there is something that your local policing team can do, then do not hesitate to contact us via the usual route - 101 - non-emergency and 999 for emergency purposes.

I want to assure you that we will be there for you as best we can under the circumstances whilst still responding to our normal day to day business. Please be safe out there and remember the advice and guidance you have been provided with from the Government.

Anti-Social Behaviour: Morrison's

We have dealt with a number of youths who were identified as causing ASB in and nearby to Morrison's, Laceby. We have conducted home visits in relation to this to speak with the young people involved and parents and we will continue to monitor this.

Rural Crime:

We know the impact rural crime can have on individuals and the wider community. We are committed to tackling rural crime and have specially trained wildlife officers to offer support to victims and help us target offenders.

Neighbour Disputes:

We are aware of the impact long-running neighbour disputes can have, especially on peoples emotional and mental well-being. We are committed to helping the community by working closely with involved parties and our partner agencies to alleviate the upset caused. We want to take an early intervention approach to prevent such disputes escalating. We would encourage you to contact your local team if you want advice and we will do our very best to either assist you ourselves or by referring/signposting you to the agency best placed to do so.

Last Updated 26 Mar 2020

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At this current time we have unfortunately had to cancel face to face meetings/surgeries in the near future but we are looking at different ways to still engage with our community, give out advice or answer any questions you may have. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or My Community Alerts for continuous updates also. We will however, remain as a high visibility presence in and around the community as local people, businesses and communities go through what is a difficult and challenging time for everyone. Please follow government guidelines and remember, Stay Safe and Stay at Home.

Get In Touch

You can contact us by email: CleethorpesSouth@humberside.pnn.police.uk
Visit our Report It 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.