As expected with the summer months, last week has seen an increase in motorcycle related anti-social behaviour and criminality with large numbers of youths using public road and local play park along with farmers fields to ride off-road motorcycles.
On Sunday 4th April the Humberside Police’s Operation Yellowfin team visited many of the hotspot areas, which had been reported to police over the last number of weeks.
PC 515 BARLEY Neighbourhood Beat Officer at North Hull Local Policing Team said: “This is a great result after some fantastic teamwork from the Community Beat team.
“Working with our local communities helps us to tackle issues of antisocial behaviour and related criminality head on to ensure our communities remain a safe place.”
“We recognise there is still more we can do and are committed to listening to your feedback to take action in making our communities safer. To stay up to date with what our teams have been up to, sign up to my community alert in your area.”
Our plea to you is to continue to report these instances on 101 so the Police can paint a picture to where their teams and resources are needed the most, without your information they are unable to take this action against those involved.
Below are some of the Police’s good news stories which have been posted on social media. The team as a whole managed to capture and seized five different motorcycles being ridden either anti-socially or without the correct insurances.
Please contact 101 with your comments, concerns and information relating to OP Yellowfin and nuisance motorcycles.
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