Humberside Police have issued a statement in response to the latest Government announcement on COVID-19 rules.
Cyclists in Hull are being urged to make use of the city’s pop-up cycle lanes across the city.
The advice comes as Hull City Council works to install segregated cycle lanes to provide extra safety measures for cyclists using some of the city’s most busy roads.
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.
In response to the new legislation that has been passed by Government, Humberside Police Chief Constable, Lee Freeman has issued a statement.
In it, he says he would like to thank residents for the support in recent weeks. While he also urges people to be aware of the dangers.
Friends, family and colleagues have paid tribute to a father and daughter who had a great influence on public, business and charity communities across Hull and East Yorkshire but who lost their lives to Covid-19 within days of each other.
David Whincup and Joanne Rennison were both directors of Educare Nursery in Beverley and were widely known for their activities in many other sectors.
Humberside Police are appealing to the public after two paintings were stolen from a town centre business.
They hope that anyone who is either offered the paintings or who may also have information will come forward.
Humberside Police have issued a warning to residents following what they say is a notable increase in drink and drug driving.
They say that the number of people caught and arrested for driving whilst over the prescribed limit of alcohol or drugs has gone up in recent weeks.
Hull Helpline can arrange delivery of medicines for vulnerable people who have been identified as being at higher risk of serious illness from coronavirus.
Residents who fall into this category, and who have no friends or family who can collect a prescription for them, can contact the Hull Helpline and a volunteer will collect it from the pharmacy.
Two women who took to motorcycling in their 40s are looking forward to getting back on two wheels as therapy to help them deal with day jobs providing relief for the effects of coronavirus.
Julia Nendick, who works as a carer to her disabled daughter, spends two days a week volunteering at the ESM foodbank at the Freedom Centre in East Hull.
Over the past 30 years, young people from across our area have been forming teams and spending their summer holidays completing a project to benefit their community as part of Lifestyle.
Sadly, due to the current circumstances and government guidance, we have made the difficult decision to cancel Lifestyle 2020.
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.