Tranby Ward Policing Team

Neighbourhood Policing Team Latest Information

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 non-emergency issues is 101. 


My Community Alert (PC 988 Carl Osler, Community Cohesion Officer, East Riding Of Yorkshire)

Effective communication is an essential and pivotal cornerstone of modern-day policing.

My Community Alert is a free messaging system operated by Humberside Police, Humberside Fire & Rescue Service, and Humberside Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner, giving you live information about incidents happening in your area.

Choose how you receive messages, by either phone or email, how often you want to hear from us and about the issues that matter to you.

When something happens that you’ve told us you want to hear about, your local officer will send you the details, whether that’s notice of a road closure due to a collision or a burglar who has been caught in a nearby garden.

Subscribe to My Community Alert to be the first to know about issues that might affect you or your family.




From your local police team

Don’t make your home an easy target for burglars, many burglaries are crimes of opportunity. A burglar only needs to spot an open window, unlocked side gate or dodgy security alarm to make their move.
Safety checklist:

  • Check that all the doors and windows are locked – even if you are only popping out for a minute.
  • Make sure that neither house keys or car keys are in sight or easy reach of windows and doors, and that you don’t leave them in an obvious place in the house.
  • Don’t hide spare keys outside, or in garages or sheds.
  • Don’t leave ladders or tools outside, which someone could use to get into the house.
  • Ensure valuables such as laptops can’t be seen from the window.
  • Don’t leave cash lying around or any documents with your name, address or other personal details (such as bank statements or bills) that fraudsters could use.
  • If you’re going on holiday, arrange for a friend or neighbour to collect the post and put the bins out.

Stay safe and keep vigilant!

Safe Places - Hull, East Riding and Lincolnshire

Humberside Police has launched Safe Places across Hull and East Riding and North Lincolnshire.

Safe Places is designed to help those with Dementia or other limiting problems to identify places and people who can be of assistance and can be trusted. They might be lost and not know where they are or how to get home or someone might have physical problems and need assistance.

To learn more about Safe Places, copy and paste the following link into your browser:
If you have a family member or friend or neighbour who has dementia or other limiting problems, please pass the word that help is at hand if someone goes missing.