The North Lincolnshire Safer Neighbourhoods Partnership
The site contains lots of information and links to help you deal with issues relating to Crime, Anti- Social Behaviour, Domestic Violence and Drugs and Alcohol.
If you can't find the information you need. Please contact us at SaferNeighbourhoods@northlincs.gov.uk or on the numbers in the contact tab.
If you are witnessing a crime as it is happening or want to report a serious crime then you should call 999.
If the matter is less urgent then you should call 101.
However if you want to report a crime or you think the police should be made aware of something, but you don't want to give your name or address to the police then you should call CrimeStoppers. 0800 555 111
BBC Humberside News
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Uruguay striker Abel Hernandez signs for Hull City from Palermo for a club-record fee, while Hatem Ben Arfa joins on loan.
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A 47-year-old man being questioned by police in connection with the death of Graham White in Bridlington is released on bail.
Hull forward George Boyd moves to Premier League rivals Burnley for a reported £3m after agreeing a three-year deal.
League One Barnsley extend the loan deal of Hull City defender Joe Dudgeon until 5 January.
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