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Hainton Heneage News Letter Issue 2

Alert message sent 30/07/2020 10:15:00

Information sent on behalf of Humberside Police


What's Happening In Your Area?
Another month has passed and we move into August which is historically always a busy time for Community Policing.
This is the 2nd monthly newsletter we have sent out which will give you an update in where we as a community team are heading this month below are top three priorities that we have set. They have changed since last month so please take a couple of minutes to have a read.

Our Current priorities:

DRUG DEALING AND SUBSTANCE MISUSE
Drugs are an endless battle that Police forces face. We have been receiving information that has been pertinent to investigations into Child Criminal Exploitation and Drug Dealing over our ward area.
The Heneage area recently have seen addresses targeted as part of Operation Galaxy, we as your Community team have worked alongside the operation to target the locations and addresses that are causing the most harm within the Community.
As you can see we have acted on information given by you, our community and will continue to do so.
Without the information we cannot act, and therefore we would like to reinforce the idea of reporting anything suspicious.

BICYCLE THEFT
The Heneage ward has seen of late an increase in theft of pedal cycles within the ward area.
There have been 6 reports within the month of July so far.
A number of these have been opportunist crimes, pedal cycles have been taken from outside front doors of properties, and some of these have not been locked at the time making the theft very easy.
Your community team would like you to review your own security in respect of your own personal bicycle security measures, don’t leave you bike unattended at any time, if you have to leave it unattended make sure that you use a good quality lock, lock it to something secure such as a lamppost or a garden fence.
Don't leave you bike outside a property unlocked or whilst you just "pop into the shop" even if only for a minute, your bike may not be there when you come back.
If you bike is locked in shed please ensure that, again it is secured within the shed by use of a good quality lock or even by using a ground anchor which is an inexpensive bolt that goes through the floor of your shed, which you will be able to secure your bike to.
This will help reduce somebody taking your bike so easily, also ensure that the shed itself is locked, with again a good quality lock and invest in a shed alarm which are available easily from local hardware stores.

ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR
Anti-Social Behaviour continues within the ward, during the month of July with 22 reports over the ward area.
There have been 10 reports of Anti-Social Behaviour within Weelsby Woods alone.
These include the use of off road motorbikes, abandoned vehicles, fires being started in the woods along with Youth related ASB calls for service.
Officers from your area are aware of the localities of these incidents and are working with residents and conducting partnership working in order to reduce the calls for service.
Local officers will be out patrolling the areas that have been identified as having Anti-Social Behaviour.
If you yourself are the victim of any such behaviour please let us know.

Details of our priorities can be found on our web site, these are updated monthly,
https://www.humberside.police.uk/teams/hainton-heneage
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Message sent by
Nicholas Gibbs (Police,PC,Hainton Heneage)

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