You can contact our PCSO at the follow:

PCso 7705 TEAM 3

Phone: 101 ext 2810

: email: darren.bainton@humberside.pnn.police.uk

Member of the Mid Holderness Neighbourhood Police Team(NPT)

+ Mail: Withernsea Police Station

Station Road, Withernsea, Hull

East Riding of Yorkshire, HU19 2JH

twitter : @HPMidHolderness


website http://www.humberside.police.uk/teams/mid-holderness

Neighbour Watch

“Wawne Parish Council is in the process of setting up a village wide Neighbourhood Watch Scheme. If you are interested, please contact the Parish Clerk. Below are some documents that you may find interesting regarding the NHWS. More information can be found at: www.ourwatch.org.uk

/_UserFiles/Files/NHW Ethics and Guidelines.pdf

/_UserFiles/Files/NHW Leaflet.pdf

/_UserFiles/Files/NHW The Role and Advantages.pdf



The message to motorists: 

Humberside Police is committed to reducing the number of road traffic casualties and collisions each year whilst also addressing the anti social use of the road. We are working with the local community and other organisations to achieve this aim.  Reducing speed will directly contribute to saving lives and will improve the quality of life for people within the area concerned and throughout the East Riding.

Speeding is not simply about fines and endorsements on a driving licence. It is a key contributory factor to road traffic collisions and a major concern in towns and villages across the East Riding.


The local community ask that drivers respect the speed limit through the areas that they live. 






Secure the access to your shed or garage by locking gates and using thorny bushes next to walls and fences.

Have you visibly marked the contents of your shed? Make a note of serial numbers and photograph    valuable plants and ornaments.

External security lights which are activated by movement are a useful deterrent.

Doors of sheds require attention. Use strong padbars and close shackle padlocks. Up and over garage doors supplied with standard lock fittings should also be fitted with a padlock or lockable bolt. Windows should be secured with locks or grilles.

Use coach bolts or non-return screws to secure door hinges.

Chain cycles, mowers, ladders and tools to a strong anchorage point.

Alarms for sheds and garages are available for under £20 at most DIY stores, catalogue shops and builders merchants.

Together we’ll crack crime. Join a home watch scheme.

Exactly what insurance cover do you have? Check that your household policy covers you for theft from your garden and outbuildings.


Burglaries of sheds and garages are growing! The police together with Neighbourhood Watch Groups are asking for your help. The value of property in sheds and garages is more than people think.

Thieves are targeting them for power tools, cycle and sports equipment. Hand tools are stolen and used to break into homes. So let’s weed out these thieves by getting some sheducation!