Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Keith Hunter presented his proposals to raise the portion of council tax used to pay for policing, known as the police precept, to the Humberside Police and Crime Panel. The panel voted unanimously in favour of an increase of 1.99%.
The Commissioner proposed the precept increase for 2017/18, meaning the amount paid on a typical Band D property would rise by around 7p per week from £183.67 to £187.33 for the year.
A new cycle crime prevention and security initiative being run by the local Neighbourhood Policing Team in partnership with the Beverley and Rural Community Partnership, local cycle shops and local businesses.
The dark nights are well and truly upon us and Halloween and mischief night are just around the corner. During this time, householders may experience the seasonal problems associated with these events which may be perceived as anti-social behaviour.
Humberside Police executed a Misuse of Drugs Act search warrant at an address on Butcher Row, Beverley on Saturday 09 June 2012 at around 1700hrs. Officers from Beverley Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) along with Special Constables
Humberside Police are participating in a rogue traders event on Thursday 31 May 2012 in the Beverley area. Officers will be joined by officers from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Trading Standards and Streetscene Services
Humberside Police have received 10 reports of vehicles being attacked with offenders slashing the vehicle tyres in the Model Farm Estate in Beverley last week. The incidents were on: • Lime Tree Avenue, Beverley between 2300hrs on Monday 28 November and 0900hrs on Thursday 15 December 2011 an offender attacked the tyres on a BMW 5 series saloon and a Fiat hatchback. • Highfield Road, Beverley between 1700hrs on Sunday…