Monday 31 October 2022
DRUGS and weapons offences have decreased in the Humberside Police Force area, according to the latest recorded crime figures. The statistics from the Office for National Statistics showed Humberside Police is once again bucking national trends. Whilst the national picture shows that possession of offensive weapon crimes rose by 13.2 per cent, the Humberside Force registered a 17.4 per cent decrease.
Drug offences have also decreased by more than double the national average. Chief Constable Lee Freeman said: “These figures reflect the growth of 800 additional officers that I have added to the ranks of the Force since taking over in 2017 and our focus on getting back to doing the basics well – reducing crime, arresting offenders and bringing them before the courts.”
NORTHERN RAIL are advising passengers not to travel this Saturday and again on Monday November 7 and Wednesday November 9 because of strike action by the RMT Union. Northern is also advising customers to check before they travel on Sunday 6, Tuesday 8 and Thursday 10 November, when services will not be able to start until much later in the morning. For more information, visit: www.northernrailway.co.uk/strikes
SKIDBY Windmill will this weekend be offering a glimpse into one of the usually unseen areas of the building, with the start of a series of special openings. Volunteers will take small groups of visitors up to the stone floor and hear more about the workings of the mill. The stone floor openings will take place this Saturday and again on Saturday December 3 and Saturday January 7. More information here