The East Riding Festival of Words is back for 2020 this weekend (15-18 October) with a varied programme of free online events, featuring a range of popular authors.
News that crime has fallen in the region has been welcomed by Deputy Chief Constable Chris Rowley. Latest figures released by the Office of National Statics have revealed that reported crime has fallen by 3pc.
While many crimes have fallen the region has seen an increase in the amount of drug-related offences.
15 people have been arrested in the last three weeks as part of a targeted forcewide operation to tackle online sex offences.
Detectives from the Internet Sex Offenders Team (ISOT) have been busy gathering evidence and making arrests to help protect our communities.
Hundreds of pounds worth of drugs have been seized by officers from an address in Hull.
Officers carried out a warrant under section 23 of the Misuse of Drugs Act at an address on 31st Avenue, where an amount of class B drugs were found along with around £1500 in cash.
Inspector Philip Hinch, Community Inspector for East Riding south is advising cyclist to be aware that thieves are active in the East Riding.
Theives are specifically active in Beverley and Cottingham with more bikes being stolen.
A man who sexually assaulted and raped a two-year-old girl, before uploading images of him doing so to the internet, will be sentenced at Hull Crown Court in February.
Terry Coneyworth, 31, of Derwent Avenue, Hull, has admitted a total of 19 sexual offences charges involving the abuse of a young child, in what the officer who led the investigation described as “the most serious and disturbing case I have dealt with in my 16 years of service”.
Humberside Police Chief Constable Lee Freeman has spoken out following a weekend that saw 11 members of his assaulted.
CC Freeman while he accepts the job has its risk, does not feel his officers and staff should be exposed violence while simply doing their jobs.
Humberside Police are appealing to the public for help to locate two men who entered the home of an elderly couple and stole money.
Humberside Police are urging people to take care when drinking during the Easter Weekend so they can avoid becoming just another crime statistic.
Long weekends police say traditionally see people out more socialising in local pubs and bars leading to an increase in sexual and violent crimes being reported.
Humberside police are appealing for members of the public to come forward who may have information relating to a theft from home on Grove Park in Beverley.
During the sneak in burglary a number of items were taken from the property while the home owners were in another room.
Sexual abuse and sexual violence is unacceptable in any form and as part of a national awareness week we are urging victims of such offence to get in touch as they are not alone and we will support them.
Humberside Police have released an CCTV image of a man they would like to identify following a theft that happened at the Flemingate Centre.
In a statement released police said that around 10.25am on Wednesday 28 December committed a theft from the Superdrug store.
Reported crimes in the East Riding of Yorkshire have seen a 13pc increase according to latest figures published by Office of National Statistics.
Figures show that for the 12 months to September 2016 when compare to September 2015 a sharp increase in Robbery, Violent Crime and Theft.
Humberside Police are keen to speak to them following the theft of a till from a newsagent’s store in Grovehill Road, Beverley.
The incident happened at around 4.30pm on Monday, October 31, when two people arrived at the store on a red Honda motorbike.
We are trying to identify this man in connection with a theft that took place at Aldi in Beverley.
A 48-year-old woman was in the store when her purse was taken from within her handbag.
Cadets will soon join the ranks of Humberside Police thanks to a £10,000 donation from leading Hull firm Arco, as part of the work of the High Sheriff on behalf of the Tribune Trust.
We have already recruited 30 young people – aged 15 to 18 – from across the force, who will be taking up their posts in January. And from April we will be recruiting a further 60 young people, who will be in post by September.
Officers are appealing for information following the theft of a number of high value thefts from a garage on Hill Crest Drive, Beverley
Humberside police have released images of people they would like to locate and speak with in regard to crimes committed in Beverley.