Information on ways of reporting crimes, what to do if you are suffering from harassment, what hate crime is, ideas for community payback, problems with ten-foot/alley and how your area is policed.
If you need to talk to the police about the crime you should contact Humberside Police on 101.
If it is an emergency or there is a crime in progress you should call 999.
Whenever you complain to the police about a criminal offence they make enquiries to try to solve the crime. Wherever possible you should:
Further information is available on the supporting victims page page.
Anyone with information about suspected immigration abuse can report it at report immigration crime (external website) or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Discrimination consists of conduct or words or practices which disadvantages or advantages people because of their:
East Riding of Yorkshire Council's definition of discrimination includes direct and indirect forms of discrimination.
Direct discrimination occurs when a person is treated less favourably or more favourably than others would be, on grounds that are not justifiable, such as race, gender, disability or another status.
Indirect discrimination consists of treatment that appears to be fair and is applied to everybody equally but has an unjustifiable adverse impact upon a particular group.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council's policy statement on discrimination is:
"The East Riding of Yorkshire Council is committed to fulfilling its roles as an employer, service provider, purchaser of goods or services and community leader without discrimination in terms of colour, culture or ethnic origin, nationality, religious belief, gender, disability, age, sexuality, geographical location or any other status. All members, employees and agents of the council must seek to eliminate discrimination and promote equality and good relations within all communities."
Any discriminatory incident reported to the council is treated seriously. The council is not required to publish details of incidents, so there will never be a breach of confidentiality in relation to any of this information.
A hate crime is any incident where a person is targeted because of that person’s:
Whether the attack is verbal or physical, or targeted at a person or property, it is illegal and should be reported.
Whether it is you or someone you know that has been targeted, or you witness a hate crime taking place report it by:
In the Humberside area, over 160,000 hours of community, payback is completed every year by offenders on a community sentence. This equates to approximately £800,000 of free labour provided to local communities as offenders pay back for the crimes they have committed.
Community payback projects range from litter removal to clearing dense undergrowth, and environmental projects through repairing and redecorating community centres or removing graffiti. Offenders usually work as part of a team, monitored by a supervisor, and will work all day with short breaks, although there are some opportunities for individual placements.
The Humberside, Lincolnshire, and North Yorkshire Community Rehabilitation Company Ltd are working closely with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to make sure that offenders do the things that you want them to do as payback for their offending. We are seeking your ideas for projects to be delivered throughout the East Riding in the future.
To be considered, your project must meet the following criteria:
Anyone can nominate a project, so, if you are an individual, member of a club, community group, faith group or voluntary organisation and have a project that fits the criteria above, please complete the form on this site. Your contact details will remain strictly confidential and they will only be used to update you on your suggestions.
The link below will take you to Humberside, Lincolnshire, and North Yorkshire Community Rehabilitation Company Ltd
Humberside, Lincolnshire and North Yorkshire Community Rehabilitation Company Ltd (external website)
The Humberside, Lincolnshire, and North Yorkshire Community Rehabilitation Company Ltd are working closely with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to make sure that offenders do the things that you want them to do as payback for their offending. Offenders doing community payback in the East Riding complete over 100 projects each year, including painting, garden clearance, litter picking, clearing grass growing into footpaths and snow clearance.
If you have an idea for a project in the future anywhere in the East Riding you can submit a community payback future project idea online (opens in new window)
If you would like further information please contact the safe communities team at email@example.com
Find out how Humberside Police look after your area on the Humberside Police website.
Humberside Police (external website)