Police are warning homeowners in the East Riding to be on their guard after a man posing as a British Gas Engineer gained access to a rented house and stole from the occupant. A home […]
Humberside Police is the territorial police force responsible for policing an area covering the East Riding of Yorkshire, the city of Kingston upon Hull, North East Lincolnshire and North Lincolnshire. The incumbent Chief Constable is Justine Curran, who took over in 2013 after the retirement of Tim Hollis.
Chief Constable, Justine Curran, who was formerly Chief Constable at Tayside Police in Scotland before the introduction of the national Police Scotland service on 1 April 2013, she was unanimously approved by the Humberside Police and Crime panel after Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner, Matthew Grove, proposed her for the post. Curren took over the position from Tim Hollis CBE QPM who retired from the service in March 2013.
On 11 November 2015, it was revealed that Chief Constable Justine Curran had claimed for more than £39,000 in expenses, in order for her to relocate from Tayside to Humberside in March 2013.
Humberside Police have issued a statement urging home owners to do more to protect what they say are easy pickings for thieves operating in the area. Earlier in the month residents in Beverley were warned […]
Beverley is set to get more police officers as is Withernsea as Humberside Police responds to calls from the public about their concerns policing in the region. As of February 2016, Beverley will now have […]
It seems not a single day is going by any more without someone in Beverley being a victim of crime in one way or another. A quick look through social media streams reveals new crimes […]