Humberside Police Chief Constable, Lee Freeman made a refreshed appeal to the public to abide by the new rules set out by the Government.
Molescroft Parish Council says they are livid after a group of mindless youths went on a graffiti rampage in the area.
During their spree, the individuals involved spray painted a number of locations in Molescroft. Most disturbing was a tag on the Pavillion of the ‘N word’.
More community policing, more special constables, more tasers and an improved 101 service are just a few of the headline promises from the man who wants to be the next Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside Police.
Craig Ulliott, the Conservative candidate for the role, has also hit out at what he sees as the abject failure by the current Commissioner, Keith Hunter, to deliver on his own promises made at the start of his tenure.
Tasers used by Humberside Police are set to be increased by 80pc following a successful bid for government funding.
Currently, Humberside Police has 150 tasers. As a result of the successful funding application, that number will be increased to 270.
Humberside Poice has released CCTV images of a lady they would like to speak with following an alleged theft.
Councillors have agreed to increase the council’s part of the council tax charge in the East Riding by 3.99% for the 2020-21 financial year.
The increase, which was agreed at a Full Council meeting on 13 February, will raise £6.8million of additional income for the council and will result in an increase of £57.64 a year for a Band D property.
Residents will be asked to dig a bit deeper and pay more towards local policing in their council tax. Police and Crime Commissioner Keith Hunter is proposing the police precept is increased by 2.2% for 2020/21.
Mr Hunter also says that the increase is in line with inflation. If approved homeowners in Band D property will be asked to stump up 9p a week more.
Two men have been charged with driving stolen vehicles taken after house burglaries just a day apart in East Yorkshire and Hull
In unrelated incidents, the first man was charged after a burglary at a property on Hunsley Road, Walkington on Friday 3 January during which a set of car keys were taken.
A man has been arrested following a collision on Grovehill Road in Beverley at 2.45 pm on Thursday 21 November.
A black BMW collided with a parked car causing one to come to rest on top of a Vauxhall Corsa. No one has reported any injuries and the driver of the BMW fled the scene.
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Humberside Police say they were called on the morning of November 12 after it was discovered that the doors and other parts had been removed from the Land Rover overnight.
Dashcam footage is now being sought by police that shows inappropriate or dangerous driving. Humberside Police have launched a facility to accept footage as they look to make our roads safer.
With one in four drivers now using dashcams, it is hoped the new system will help lead to prosecutions.
CONNECT Partner, an IT system that allows police and partner organisations to share information on one core policing system for the first time. It has officially been launched in East Riding.
The IT new system will now allow police in East Riding to provide a bespoke service to proactively manage issues around specific individuals, locations and offenders, in order to test and identify its benefits.
The second Operation Safe Pass takes place tomorrow, targeting motorists that pass too close to cyclists.
Qualified cyclists will be out on the road once again, complete with helmet cameras, cycling at the correct distance from the kerb.
International Men’s Day will be celebrated at Beverley Fire Station at a special event open to the public.
Taking place on 19 November, International Men’s Day celebrates the positive impact men bring to the world.
A group of youngsters has given the transport charity, Beverley Community Lift, a boost with a donation of almost £280 to help its passengers, following a busy summer.
The Molescroft Musketeers team took part in the annual summer holiday competition, Lifestyle, which is run by Humberside Police to encourage youngsters to help the local community during the six-week break.
An initiative to tackle shoplifting in Beverley has been hailed a success with almost 100 businesses united to cut retail crime.
Beverley Shopwatch launched 18 months ago as a partnership between retailers and Humberside Police to reduce shop theft.
Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was left serious hurt. They say she fell from a ride while adding a teenager was also hurt.
Humberside Police say they are continuing to deal with frequent reports of anti-social behaviour, street drinking and open drug-taking on Jameson Street in Hull city centre.
They say that as a result of the level of complaints from local traders they are looking to address the issue.