Hedon crime figures – for July 2011

HUMBERSIDE POLICE regularly produce statistics on crime in the area on the Humberside Police website.

The July figures reveal that police dealt with 159 calls for service in that month. Some of these incidents (35 of them) are detailed on the website.

These included: – two anti-social behaviour reports about motorbikes being driven up and down different parts of the old railway track. Unfortunately, on both occasions no police patrols were available to deal with the incidents.

There were two reports regarding under-age drinking – one involved teenagers caught drinking on the street in Draper’s Lane. Police seized the alcohol. The second report was about youths on St Augustine’s Gate asking adults to go into local shops to buy them alcohol. The police have warned people CCTV coverage will be viewed to discover who the culprits are.

Three bicycles have been stolen from Draper’s Lane, St Augustine’s Gate and Market Place – keep them locked when not in use!

The crime figures for July:

  • 9 calls about anti-social behaviour
  • 3 burglaries reported
  • 6 offences of assault
  • 1 robbery
  • 8 thefts reported
  • 5 criminal damage offences
  • 1 possession of drugs
  • 1 fraud offence – the use of false number plates
  • 1 report of harassment
If you have any concerns about policing in the area you can attend the Hedon Police Surgery this morning at 10pm. Find out more about the local crime figures on the Humberside Police Website at South West Holderness – C Division.

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