Howdenshire Police newsletter for February 2022

Howdenshire – Update for February 2022

1. Crime and ASB 

You can obtain Crime and ASB data for your own area by visiting, clicking on “whats happening in your area” and entering your postcode.

2. Crime issues of particular not

The following list shows some of the crimes that have occurred in the previous month in your area:

  • A quad bike was stolen from a farm near Eastrington.
  • A vehicle, which was keyless at the time, was left with the engine running to allow it to defrost, was stolen from a property in Bubwith, it was later discovered abandoned nearby.
  • A secure van in Bubwith was broken into, however the alarm activated and suspect/s fled.
  • Two suspects were disturbed in the early hours trying to gain entry into a vehicle parked on a driveway in Eastrington.

3. Community Priorities.

The Neighbourhood Policing Team meets regularly with partners to ensure we have a multi-agency approach to local issues, individuals and problem solving.  These meetings are attended by local partners, including Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, Youth and Family Support, Housing Officers, Environmental Health and the East Riding Anti-Social Behaviour Team, among others.  We share information and resources to deal with local neighbourhood issues, in particular, those identified as causing the most harm in the community.

We also continue to patrol the Howdenshire areas during our shifts and post on Social Media on a regular basis as a way of keeping everyone updated.

4. Crime Reduction Advice 

Advice about fraudulent texts

Action Fraud, the national fraud and cyber reporting centre, has seen a number of different scams circulating over the last couple of years in relation to Covid-19.

This includes text messages or calls prompting someone to purchase Covid tests, protective masks, or hand sanitiser.

Criminals are using these messages whilst in disguise of the NHS or the Government.

We are issuing another reminder to take a moment to think before parting with your money or information, especially if the request has come from a text or a cold call.

Do you know or trust the person it’s come from? It’s ok to reject, refuse, or ignore any requests.

Only criminals will try to rush or panic you.

If you received an unexpected text or email asking for personal or financial details or to prompt you to buy something, do not click on the links or attachments.

These scammers are sophisticated in their approaches and anyone can be a victim of fraud with fraudsters constantly reinventing themselves to find new ways to trick people.

If you receive one of these texts message, calls, or voicemails, or if you think you’ve been a victim of fraud, report it to Action Fraud by visiting

Alternatively, you can call our non-emergency number 101 to report information. Or, if you have information regarding those responsible for fraud, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

5. Stay informed

Stay informed through our social media channels, find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram:    Facebook – Humberside Police – East Riding of Yorkshire West

Twitter – Humberside Police – East Riding of Yorkshire West – @Humberbeat_ERYW. 

For incidents that don’t require an immediate response call our non-emergency 101 line. You can also report non-emergency crimes online via our reporting portal. In an emergency always dial 999.