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 […]
Humberside Police Operation Yellowfin continues to tackle issues around motorbike crime. If you’re a bike owner or rider or are aware of criminal or anti-social bike use around your area, then it’s useful to be aware of Operation Yellowfin. Its key purposes are: To reduce motorcycle theft To reduce Anti-Social use of motorcycles To reduce […]
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 […]
The Anti-Social Behaviour team are interested in finding out about any unreported incidents – especially related to activities with motor bikes – in public green spaces within the borough of North East Lincolnshire. Are you close to a public park, a large green space or a specific play area with a grassed area within that […]
A new short video has just been released to Clee.TV. Produced by Hammond House Productions and funded by VANEL and produced in partnership with Humberside Police and the Cleethorpes Policing team. Watch it on Facebook here or YouTube here. More of interest if you’re in Cleethorpes I know, but this is another good example of […]
Don’t forget that our ward level information pages link to the most up to date information that is local to you. This might be useful for your group making funding applications, or for focusing on local issues to tackle yourselves or with partners. The Police crime statistics have just been updated (they’re a month or […]
Find out how to protect your valuables from the recent spike in bike and shed crime from Sgt. Claire Jacobs and CPC Teresa Hudson of the Croft Baker Community Police team.
We all know about 999. And everyone should know that 101 exists to report less urgent crime. But did you know that many community crime and safety issues can be reported online? Visit www.humberside.police.uk/report-it You can then follow the links to report non-emergency crimes; anti-social behaviour; civil matters; vehicle crimes; animal crimes and more. Another […]
We now have a calendar on our Neighbourhood Watch Network discussion site which includes details of all upcoming Neighbourhood Policing Team meetings or Zoom sessions. Visit it here. There’s more information about this calendar and why we’re doing it here.
The Humberside Neighbourhood Policing teams are keen to keep up conversations with local residents and in some Wards they now schedule regular online drop in sessions over Zoom so that residents can join in and speak to members of the team. You can always check where local Police engagement sessions are in your Ward via […]