Anlaby with Anlaby Common

Parish Council, East Riding of Yorkshire, England

YOUR LOCAL POLICE TEAM

Covering Anlaby, Willerby and Kirk Ella:

PC Neil Fraser

PCSO Jessica Watts

PCSO Charlotte Houghton

PCSO Gareth Sewell

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Also working out of Kirk Ella, but covering Cottingham and Brough are:

PCSO Barbara Danby

PCSO Mike Dale

 

Police Surgeries For Anlaby and Kirk Ella

March - June 2019

 

Ignition Coffee Shop

19th March 2019 10:00-11:00

23rd April 2019 10:00-11:00

17th May 2019 10:00-11:00

12th June 2019 10:00-11:00

 

Haltemprice Leisure Centre

29th March 2019 19:00-20:00

24th April 2019 19:00-20:00

21st May 2019 19:00-20:00

14th June 2019 19:00-20:00

 

 

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!

 

REPORTED INCIDENTS 13TH DECEMBER 2018 TO 10TH JANUARY 2019

19 shop thefts, most at Anlaby retail park
4 bike thefts
4 damages to vehicles
3 shed burglaries
2 criminal damage
1 theft from motor vehicle
Theft from a person (mobile phone)
(3 persons arrested for vehicle interference Woodland Drive)

 

REPORTED INCIDENTS 14TH SEPTEMBER TO 11TH OCTOBER 2018

22 shop thefts, 12 of which from Morrisons Anlaby, 8 from M & S.  Four offenders have been arrested in relation to some of the offences 

3 make off without paying from Morrisons garage

2 shed/garage burglaries

3 theft from motor vehicles

2 criminal damages

1 bike theft

1 attempted burglary dwelling - Tranby Lane

 

REPORTED INCIDENTS 13TH JULY TO 13TH SEPTEMBER 2018

31 shop thefts, mostly at Morrison’s Anlaby- we have 9 offenders dealt with

1 Hanoi Burglary- we have a suspect

6 theft from motor vehicles – one with a suspect

1 theft of a motor vehicle (moped)

1 vehicle interference

5 bike thefts- 3 of which are at Haltemprice – we have suspects for the Haltemprice thefts

2 shed/ garage burglaries

6 Criminal damage- one with a suspect

12 dwelling/business burglaries- four of the offences have suspects /offenders

5 theft other- one with a suspect.

 

REPORTED INCIDENTS 15TH JUNE TO 12TH JULY 2018

10 shop thefts, mainly from the retail park and morrisons

2 make offs from Morrisons garage

Criminal damage to a vehicle Maplewood

Theft from motor vehicle Springhead gardens

Break in at Asda living- nothing stolen

Ladders stolen from a garage Wauldby close

Power tools stolen from a container on Sidney smith school

1 shed brokeN into on the Avenue and 1 on Hull Road

2 bike thefts one outside spire, and one outside scope Hull Road

 

Report from Local Police of Incidents June 2018

8 bike thefts ( majority from Haltemprice)

13 shop thefts (majority from Morrisons)

2 damages to vehicles

6 make off without payments at Morrisons petrol station

3 theft from motor vehicles

3 business burglaries ( Anlaby retail park)

5 criminal damages

4 theft other

 

Report from Local Police of Incidents May 2018

We have seen 8 bikes stolen.  We have an investigation ongoing at the moment in relation to these, and a group of suspects operating on stolen motorbikes.

15 shop thefts.  Mainly at Anlaby Retail Park.  Investigation taking place.

2 damages one to a vehicle window on Beverley Road and 1 damage to a wall on Beverley Road.

3 thefts of electric cable from substations.  Manor Way, Weeton Way and First Lane, Anlaby.

A stolen moped from Manor Way - recovered.

2 bikes stolen from a garage on Windsor Avenue.

Attempt break-in to a container at Asda Living.

We have had reports of anti-social behaviour in the area of Haltemprice - we are currenty looking at this, identifying those responsile.

 

Report from Local Police of Incidents April 2018

We have seen 8 bikes stolen.  We have an investigation ongoing at this moment in relation to these, and a group of suspects operating on stolen motorbikes.

15 shop thefts. Mainly at the Anlaby retail park. Investigations taking place.

2 damages one to a vehicle window Beverley road, and 1 damage to a wall on Beverley Road.

3 thefts of electric cable from substations. Manor Way, Weeton way, first lane Anlaby

A stolen mo-ped from Manor way- recovered

2 bikes stolen from a garage Windsor Avenue

Attempt break into a container at Asda living

We have had reports of Anti-social behaviour in the area of Haltemprice- we are currently looking at this, identifying those responsible.

 

 

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:

https://www.safeplaces.org.uk/about/our-mission/

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.

 


Humberside Police Parish/Town News Release

Willerby & Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Update for January 2017 (click here)

Willerby & Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Update for March 2017 (click here)

Willerby & Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Update for April 2017 (click here)

Willerby & Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Update for June 2017 (click here)

Willerby & Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Update for July 2017 (Click here)

Willerby & Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Update for August 2017 (Click here)

Willerby & Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Update for September 2017 (Click here)

Willerby & Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Update for October 2017 (Click here)

Willerby & Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Update for November 2017 (Click here)

Willerby & Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Update for January 2018 (Click here)

Willerby & Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Update for February 2018 (Click here)

Willerby & Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Update for March 2018 (Click here)


 

 

MESSAGES FROM YOUR LOCAL POLICE TEAM

 

Please can I remind all residents to remove valuables from display in vehicles and ensure that your vehicle is locked and secure. We do have thieves operating in the area trying door handles of cars and entering them and stealing valuables.
 

Please can I remind everybody about ensuring all doors and windows are secure. Reason behind this is not because we had a report of any house burglaries but due to the nice weather we are having this weekend people will be in gardens, people will have windows open. Please be aware they are still opportunist thieves who will take advantage of the good weather knowing what people do in relation to their security. So please don’t be a victim!

 

Just a quick email to make you all aware that particularly within the Hessle and Ferriby areas there have been a number of reported Theft of Garden Furniture offences where unknown persons have attended either front or rear gardens and stolen table and chair sets.

Please make yourself aware of this. Be vigilant, report any suspicious circumstances and consider chaining your table and chairs together whilst they are not in use.

Consider marking up your furniture with an identifying marking, ideally post code, I would suggest waterproof paint or something similar under the chairs, an area where the marking is unlikely to be found by the thief.