Download a useful crime prevention handbook produced by the Police.
Residents who live in the more rural wards of North East Lincolnshire are now able to request free items of personal or household safety equipment to held them be safer and feel safer in their homes and when out and about. Read on for more info and how to make a request.
Download a poster from Humbeside Police to say no to trick or treaters if you’d prefer them not to call.
Some practical advice on dealing with noise nuisance – particularly noisy neighbours. Shared with us by Humberside Police.
The Summer edition of the NEL CSP newsletter is out and has an environmental theme.
Have you ever seen a rough sleeper on North East Lincolnshire’s streets, and wondered how to report it? Ever wondered what happens to that rough sleeper? The StreetLink app can be used to alert the local authority – North East Lincolnshire Council – to the issue and the person, so that some support and action […]
Find out about the various PSPO’s in NEL and take part in the public consultation helping to update them.
Invitation from NELC to an online ‘prevent’ conference. This is the long-running national, anti-terrorism scheme so if you are interested, read on.
As part of East Marsh Safer Streets, VANEL has been offering East Marsh residents free items of small, household or personal safety equipment. The Safer Streets programme is now in its last few months, so we want East Marsh residents to take up this free offer ‘whilst stocks last’. Read more.
If you’ve not seen it yet, the Annual Report from the NEL Community Safety Partnership (CSP) for 2022-23 is full of interesting information about activities in NEL supporting our communities.
ASB and car crime is a concern to many residents in Cleethorpes. A local Mustang car meet videoed their event but gave PC Dave Cave a chance to talk about car crime. Take a look.
Voting is now open to choose which project in Immingham will be funded by the PCC to tackle local crime. Have your vote before 6th Sept.
VANEL are holding a short community safety drop-in at the Canopy Cafe in Grant Thorold Park on Thur 17th August from 10am-12.30pm. If you’re in East Marsh, drop in for some advice and information.
The latest printed edition of the “Stay Safe” booklet produced by VANEL is now out. (Electronic versions and a website are also available). Read more.
The Spring edition of the CSP newsletter is now out. Read more…