Crime Prevention Advice
Tackling motorcycle related crime and antisocial behaviour
Humberside Police’s Operation YellowFin continues to be on the lookout for motorbikes which may be stolen, ridden dangerously or illegally.
Officers working under Op YellowFin are dedicated to their task and continue to stop offenders, arrest suspects and recover stolen property, making our communities safer for everyone.
Can you help? We want to hear from our residents about the issues they are experiencing.
What we need from you – We want our communities to work with us by providing information about stolen bikes, scooters, mopeds being stored in lockups and garages. This information helps us recover stolen property and arrest those involved.
Do you have information about stolen motorcycles being stored or about people near you committing motorcycle related crime and antisocial behaviour?
If you have information, either call us on 101 or use the online reporting form on this link: https://www.humberside.police.uk/report-it and quote ‘OpYellowFin’ to our call takers and officers.
On Saturday I saw a post on Facebook in relation to a rider and pillion passenger both on a moped without helmets, riding around the Cleethorpes Parkway Cinema, although this was not reported through the 101 system - your local policing team still acted on this information. After some enquiries were conducted, the rider was located and a Sec 59 was issued on both the rider and his moped. He was also given strong words of advice in relation to the dangers that his actions could of had, both to him and his pillion rider. Needless to say his parents were not best pleased.
We will always act on information provided to us and we encourage you to keep reporting any issues that you may have. By reporting the issues on our telephone system (101/99) or on-line will help us to get to you sooner, whereas if you report it to me and I am on rest days, then it will wait until my return - which could of been dealt with much sooner.
We would like to thank you for all your continued support and only together can we beat crime.
Dave, Scotty and Charlotte
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