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Operation Conquest - Week 1 Roundup

Alert message sent 09/10/2020 13:25:00

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Operation Conquest - Week 1 Roundup

Week one has seen a productive start to the week with a number of successful stories for Operation Conquest.

Last night saw another two adults in custody for attempted burglary both nominals were found by officers from the team who were out on the estate in plain clothes.
Another male dealt with for the possession of cannabis, he was given a cannabis warning.

Two juveniles given dispersal orders to leave the area from the period of 48 hours after been seen causing anti-social behaviour.
 

Here are some of the other updates from earlier on in the week:


Last night saw a productive start to operation conquest on North Hull Estate. Here are some of the results we had last night: 

One juvenile in custody for the possession of fireworks following an incident on north hull where fireworks were thrown in an area where children were playing #YouSaidWeListened #UseFireworksSafely #SafeToPlayOut #OpConquest #0515

One male dealt with for traffic offences including driving a vehicle with no insurance

One adult male in custody for burglary and theft offences. 

FIREWORKS:
https://twitter.com/HumberbeatHULL/status/1313197333920841728
THEFT OF MOTOR VEHICLE
https://twitter.com/HumberbeatHULL/status/1313247197425786883
ROAD TRAFFIC OFFENCES
https://twitter.com/HumberbeatHULL/status/1313218323014971394

We also understand there has recently been an increase in incidents involving fireworks and firework related offences, if you have any information on who is using fireworks as a weapon or missile and where they are being purchased from please call 101 and quote OP CONQUEST
 
Here are the results of Op Conquest Day 2

One juvenile in police custody for possession of cannabis following a plain clothes officer stopped and searched the male on Ellerburn Shops

15 Covid/ASB enforcement letters issued to youth and parents of the most prolific offenders on north hull estate. These have been issued to people who are causing Anti-social behaviour in groups of 6 or more on the North Hull Estate. We intent to follow up on these youth with fixed penalty notices if any further offences or breaches are committed by these youth who have been warn several times by officer. We started off by explaining and engaging with anybody breaching the restriction and now we have moved onto encouraging them to abide by the law. Our next step will be to enforce with fines to their parents now they are aware.

Two stop searches conducted in the Northern area for drugs offences and also firework offences.
 

Our Plea

We will continue to work hard on the estate to prevent any offences but we need your help in identifying suspect who are throwing fireworks and causing a nuisance on the estate. You can provide information by call 101 or 999 or anonymously to crime stoppers UK (link below)

https://crimestoppers-uk.org/

For all the up to date information on Operation Conquest please follow Humberside Police Hull on Facebook and Twitter for daily updates.

Please also reply to this Community alerts to provide information which could assist us on North Hull. Any feedback appreciated
 
If you have any information which could prove valuable to us in the North Hull Team then please reply to this alert for direct contact with the team

PC 0515 BARLEY
Operation Conquest 

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Adam Barley (Police, PC, OP Conquest/Hull Response/Op YellowFin)

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