What’s Happening in Your Area & Community Priorities
What’s Happening in Your Area & Community Priorities
12 crimes reported during September 2020, slight increase from 8 recorded in August 2020;
a. Residential Burglary reports – (1 investigation) HANIO burglary Church Crescent WAWNE, entry was gained overnight into the hallway of the residential property and vehicle keys removed. A Black AUDI was stolen by the offenders and found by officers unattended in North Hull
b. Garage Burglary reports – No reports
c. Business Burglary report –No reports
d. Thefts – (6 Investigations) between 11/9 to 13/9/20 two garden ornaments (cherubs)were stolen from a driveway on Lambwath Lane, NEW ELLERBY; 18/9/20 box of plant food and garden shears stolen from grass house at the rear of Main Road, BILTON; 21/9/20 Make off without payment of fuel from garage forecourt BILTON; 26/9/20 overnight a GPS system along with roof receiver stolen from tractor and a sprayer parked on Swine Lane, CONISTON; 26/9/20 shop theft of two packets of (80)cigarettes Main Road, BILTON; 27/9/20 Make off without payment of fuel from garage forecourt on A165, LONG RISTON.
e. Damage – (2 investigations) between 28/8 to 1/9/20 damage was caused to fencing at a chicken pen/smallholding in FITLING; a cycle tyre was damaged by discarded nail/tracks on grass area in St.Albans Close, WITHERNWICK
f. Vehicle Crimes – (3 investigations) 2/9/20 a rear windscreen to a vehicle was smashed whilst parked overnight Lambwath Villas, Skirlaugh; 15/9/20 windows smashed to three agricultural vehicles in a field near LONG RISTON; 26/9/20 damage to a vehicle (scratch to rear panel) parked in Headlands Drive, ALDBROUGH
Other News – Drugs found during a stop on B1238 BILTON, male given a Cannabis Warning
Lee Battams, 32, of Tennyson Court, Hedon, is charged with six counts of making off without paying for fuel between Monday, 21 September and Saturday, 27 September.
He is remanded to appear before Hull Magistrates Court.
Humbertalking has set our priorities, this month we are to:
Reduce ASB - Improve the quality of life in the community
We have recently seen an increase in the number of anti-social behaviour reports which has had a detrimental impact on people who live and work here in our community.
The Holderness Neighbourhood Policing Team works with our key partners and the community to reduce anti-social behaviour and the anti-social use of motor vehicles. We provide proactive responses to reports of anti-social behaviour in our neighbourhood Area and are constantly reviewing our patrol strategy to address this. We are working hard with partners to address this and ensure our market towns and rural communities are a safe place to live and work.
Reduce rural crime
As with all rural locations, the Holderness area suffer with theft of farming machinery and vehicles.
OPERATION GALILEO - Throughout this year we have worked with volunteers on the Rural Watches across Holderness to deter rural criminality. In addition we will utilise all the available technology, crime prevention techniques and assistance from the Rural Crime Team to deter and detect crime. In addition to local officers our patrols are routinely bolstered by specialist Officers from our Roads Policing, and Operations department.
As with most other areas, road safety is something in which we can improve upon in our District.
We hold regular proactive road safety campaigns with the Highways Authority which include speed enforcement in hot spot locations.
Preventing Residential Burglary
With the clocks set to be put back an hour at the end of the month, police in Holderness are encouraging residents to make sure they don’t ‘fall back’ with their home security too.
“Darker nights provide thieves with an opportunity to work with less chance of being discovered. There are some simple precautions we can all take to reduce the chance of us falling victim to criminals.”
To keep your home safe after dark:
- Use timer switches on lights to make it look as if your home is occupied.
- Ensure all doors and windows are secure when you leave and when you go to bed.
- If possible use security lighting at the front and back of your property.
- Make sure all garden tools and ladders are locked away when not being used.
- Use a good quality lock on any garden sheds and outhouses.
- Make a note of all makes, models and serial numbers of expensive items in your home.
- Create a FREE and secure inventory of all your personal property at www.immobilise.com
- If you notice anything suspicious in your neighbourhood report it on 101.
During this month members of the Holderness Policing Team will be out and about providing residents and visitors with advice on home security.
How you can help
Your local Neighbourhood Policing Team appreciates the importance of being in the right place, at the right time, for the right reasons to reassure the public, improve public confidence and reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in the area in which we all live and work.
We encourage all residents to call and report any issues where they live so that we can deal with any issues and also step up our patrols in the area.
If you feel that there are other issues affecting you or your local community that should be given priority, please inform your local councillors or your Neighbourhood Policing Team.
The number to call for non-emergency issues is 101
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