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Current Proprieties Set for Community Policing

Alert message sent 15/04/2021 15:56:00

Information sent on behalf of Humberside Police

Good Afternoon,

We as your Community team have set the Current proprieties for the coming month. The link to which can be found at the foot of this email.

The proprieties are as follows,

1.Weelsby Woods and Anti Social Behaviour

Anti-Social Behaviour continues within the ward, during the month of March we are still receiving reports of the antisocial use of motorbikes with the Woods and surrounding areas.
There have been reports of Anti-Social Behaviour within Weelsby Woods.
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.

2. ASB/Covid Patrols
What is Anti-social behaviour?
Behaviour that is capable of causing nuisance and annoyance.
Or/and is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.
Or/and creates significant and persistent problems in the neighbourhoods.
Or/and leaves communities intimidated and afraid.
Examples of ASB could include
Noise,Harassment,Vandalism,Graffiti and fly tipping, Nuisance neighbours,Street drinking,Intimidation and threats and Violence
Hate behaviour that targets members of identified groups, because of their perceived differences.
General Advice
Record the details of the incidents including dates, times, descriptions and a summary of what has occurred.
When you feel the situation you are suffering meets the criteria of Anti-Social Behaviour contact your local Authority ASB Team.
Don’t do anything to fuel the ASB and try to avoid letting those committing the crime provoke you into any extreme actions.
Speak to neighbours regarding the ASB being suffered & ask them to be vigilant, recording & reporting any incidents to the local ASB Team or in an emergency the Police.
Key Activities
Attend local community meetings, especially those which local councillors attend, explain the problems you are experiencing in your neighbourhood and seek support from the Partner Agencies to resolve them.
We as the Community Team are aware of the locations and strive to patrol these regularly.

A person is vulnerable if, as a result of their situation or circumstances, they are unable to take care of or protect themselves or others from harm or exploitation.’
Protecting Vulnerable Children and Adults remains one of our priorities.
All vulnerable adults and children deserve to live in a safe environment, cared for and protected from harm.
People, young and old can be vulnerable for a number of different reasons.
If you spot someone in need of help, it is vital that they are referred to the appropriate agency who can give them the help and support they need.

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Nicholas Gibbs (Police,PC,Hainton Heneage)

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