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September Crime and ASB Figures North Holderness

Alert message sent 09/10/2020 15:44:00

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Crime Update


The crime and ASB figures for North Holderness Ward during September 2020 are as follows:
Theft of Pedal Cycle’s - 0
Criminal Damage to Vehicles - 2
Criminal Damage to Dwellings - 1
Theft from Vehicle - 0
Theft of Vehicle - 0
Burglary (Residential) – 4 (3 were attempts)
ASB Personal - 2
ASB Nuisance - 15
ASB Environmental - 0

There has been an increase in the number of residential burglaries this month, although 3 were attempts and no entry was gained. A male has been charged with a number of offences which occurred during September, one offence being a residential burglary.
There has again been a slight increase in ASB logs. The main areas of concern being general ASB from youths at The Hollis Recreation Ground after sports events have finished for the evening. Also use of off road bikes on fields. The Neighbourhood Police Team are working with partner agencies to try to resolve these problems.

Please continue to report any incidents involving crime and ASB to Humberside Police by telephoning 101 (999 in an emergency) or reporting via the online reporting tool found at: www.humbersidepolice.uk



 

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Siobhan Dearing (Police,PCSO,North Holderness)

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