We’ll be sharing the Humberside Police “Twelve Festive Frauds” campaign over the advent season. Please share with others and lets all stay safe from scams over the season.
Humberside Police are running an online webinar on 5th December which is open to anyone. Read on for more information and the weblink.
In September 2023 Humberside Police launched Clear Hold Build in Nunsthorpe to tackle organised crime. This will be a three year programme working closely with the community to improve the area. Read on for initial details from the Police.
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.
The annual online Police and Crime Survey from the Office of the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner has now been launched. Its purpose is to gather public opinions on crime, anti-social behaviour and the services offered to victims of crime. The responses help to measure the progress towards the objectives in the Police and Crime […]
Unfortunately, disputes between neighbours happen more often than we’d like. So if you are having an issue with a neighbour, what can you do about it? Humberside Police recently circulated this advice. Share it with your own networks. What can I do about my noisy neighbours? It can be frustrating to have noisy neighbours, whether […]
The National StreetSafe tool has been live for a while now (we first talked about it here). It’s well supported across our area by Humberside Police and other partners, and as it’s ASB Awareness Week, this is a very good time to bring it to your attention again. It’s a tool that anyone can use […]
Humberside Police have been writing to local residents as part of increasing the amount of positive legal action taken against people who possess illegal drugs, sell drugs or grow their own at home. In order to help you make your community safer and drug free, they need your help in reporting such matters. Illegal drugs […]
Today we and Humberside Police are reminding everyone about the importance of taking steps to help protect your home and your possessions against burglary. Humberside Police have a useful page of information about protecting your home here. Messages from the Police: Help us make it tougher for thieves: lock all of your doors and windows […]
Theft of bikes is a real issue, with thousands being stolen across the Humberside Policing area every year. This is one area where crime prevention can have a massive impact and a small personal investment can drastically reduce your chance of becoming a victim. Top Tips Never leave your bike outside your house or in […]
This week you’ll find your local Policing Teams out and about at locations around your area. There are a lot of drop-ins and online sessions. Check out the Humberside Police area pages for your ward to check out where and when you’ll find the team out and about. This is a great opportunity to chat […]
The first major task for incoming Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside is to prepare the Police and Crime Plan to focus priorities for 2021-24. The plan is in production but views, thoughts and opinions are being sought from everyone living in Humberside and ultimately affected by the plan. Everyone is encourage to complete an […]
The latest of our information updates to accompany the 2021 Neighbourhood Watch Week which runs from 5th to 11th June. Whatever you, your neighbours or your members of your Neighbourhood Watch Group are up to this week, remember that the theme is around strong communities. So hopefully you can share the information we’re sharing this […]
Remember to keep your own property secure to reduce the opportunity for thieves. Whenever possible lock your doors and windows in unoccupied rooms even if you are in the house. Please be reminded to lock your doors and to keep any security gates closed and locked at all times. We also advise residents not to […]
What are County Lines? County Lines is a term used for the organised illegal drug-dealing network. They operate out of major UK cities and distribute illegal drugs across rural and surburban counties. Vulnerable children and adults are recruited to transport drugs and cash all over the country, so that the criminals behind them can remain […]