ACT NOW! You might save lives

Police are calling on the public to share information with their friends and family about how they can help counter terrorism – and potentially ACT to save lives. Following a number of recent incidents, police are keen to remind local communities that terrorists can strike anywhere and everyone across the UK should remain alert but[…]

Shining a light on modern slavery

200 years after the abolition of slavery, modern slavery is becoming a global issue with cases being uncovered all over the UK including in Humberside. Modern slavery is about transporting, recruiting or harbouring people for the purpose of exploitation, using violence, threats or coercion. It is about vulnerability, sexual exploitation, human trafficking and enforced labour.[…]

Police take part in national week of action

A national week of action made sure commercial hauliers were travelling on our roads safely. Officers patrolled the motorway network ensuring those carrying hazardous goods are fully co-operating with legislation which permits them to do so. Officers were be out and about ensuring that HGVs and lorries are complying with the relevant Construction and Use legislation[…]

Burglars impersonating police officers

Police investigating a burglaries involving criminals impersonating police officers have warned the public to be aware and not be afraid to challenge callers at their homes. Forces in Essex, Kent and London are investigating over twenty offences where suspects have burgled the homes of vulnerable people aged over 70 using distraction techniques. Nine of those[…]

Report abuse online

Any allegation of abuse against children should be reported, however small they may seem. Incidents of online abuse should be reported to your local police immediately. There are also organisations that specialise in online child protection and safety that should be informed of any acts of online abuse against children. You can use the links[…]