4 Aug 2016

Switch Off Before You Drive Off

Motorists who use their mobile telephone whilst driving are again to be targeted by Humberside Police.

Roads Policing officers across the force area will be concentrating on tackling the offence with a view to enforce the law and educate drivers.

We continue to see drivers with their phones held up to their ears when they’re driving so the message is still not getting through.

4 Aug 2016

Rural Crime Week 17 – 24 July 2016

Humberside Police are committed to the policing of wildlife & rural crime. To support this, a week-long campaign to raise awareness of wildlife and rural crime will take place from 17-24 July.

Community police officers from across Humberside Police area will be holding events throughout the week.  Officers will be at stands at local shows and events, making farm visits and hosting pop-up surgeries in villages to speak to people about rural crime and raise awareness of the issues faced by our rural communities.

13 May 2016

OPERATION TRIVIUM VI

TARGETING FOREIGN CRIMINAL GANGS ON BRITAIN'S ROADS - Borders are no barriers to justice

Operation Trivium will start on Monday 16 May 2016 and see officers from Romania, Lithuania, Holland and Europol joining UK counterparts.

Officers will help with vehicle stops, translating for suspects and checking their home country’s police systems to verify details supplied by foreign nationals.

27 Apr 2016

You don’t have to be hit to be hurt

Today sees the launch of the second phase of our year-long domestic abuse campaign. This will focus on a new ‘game-changer’ law which came into force at the end of December 2015.

The new Coercive Control legislation recognises emotional and psychological abuse as a serious crime and assists police in getting cases to court.

19 Jan 2016

I think my neighbour is being abused, what should I do?

Domestic Abuse - You Can Make a Real Difference

Believe it or not most people who suspected domestic abuse happening to their neighbour, felt it was not their place to report it to the police as it was ‘airing their dirty laundry in public’.

22 Dec 2015

Life Can Be Better Than This

Domestic Abuse: Speak out, we will listen

Would it surprise you to know on average a victim will encounter 35 abusive incidents before they consider reporting it to the police?

Humberside Police have launched a domestic abuse campaign to educate and reassure victims “We will believe you” and “Life can be better than this. Speak out, we will listen”.

1 Oct 2015

Using handheld mobile phones when driving

October 2015 Humberside Police Forcewide Enforcement Campaign

Motorists who use their mobile telephone whilst driving are to be targeted by Humberside Police in a month long campaign set to run throughout October.

Roads Policing officers across the force area will be concentrating on tackling the offence with a view to enforce the law and educate drivers.

The intention of this campaign is to

18 Aug 2015

Tell Someone...

Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation

We are encouraging everyone in the Humberside Policing area to get behind the Crimestoppers “Tell Someone Campaign”

The campaign is aimed at encouraging young people to recognise if they are being sexually exploited, to have no secrets and to tell someone. That someone can be a parent, guardian, teacher, trusted adult, police officer, or council worker.

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