Steve Beasant

Liberal Democrat Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Great Grimsby and Councillor for the East Marsh Learn more

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Fight back against online stalkers

by Steve Beasant on 6 November, 2015

Cyber Security – Has It Clicked? Social media, mobile phones and the internet have given those who wish to harass or stalk us a way into our homes. But today, as part of the ongoing Cyber Security – Has It Clicked? campaign, officers from Humberside Police cyber team are offering advice on what you can […]

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Unlocked doors lead to two burglaries

by Steve Beasant on 5 November, 2015

Grimsby: Police warn homeowners not to leave doors unlocked after incidents in the town. As part of Operation Impact, Police are urging homeowners to do their bit in keeping homes secure after two reported insecure burglaries in Grimsby yesterday (Tuesday November 3). In both incidents the burglar entered the property through an unlocked front door. […]

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Supporting victims of hate crime

by Steve Beasant on 30 October, 2015

Being You Is Not A Crime – Targeting You Is Being You Is Not A Crime but targeting you is – and if you are a victim of hate crime there is a wealth of support and advice available from both the force and its partners. As part of our continuing campaign to reach out […]

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Is it a bit phishy?

by Steve Beasant on 20 October, 2015

Cyber Security – Has It Clicked? If it looks phishy then get rid of it quick! That’s the message from force cyber crime experts today as part of the ongoing Cyber Security – Has It Clicked? campaign. According to the latest statistics released by joint public private internet safety initiative Get Safe Online – as […]

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Creative project to support dementia patients

by Steve Beasant on 20 October, 2015

A new creative heritage initiative to aid dementia sufferers and their families has been launched in North East Lincolnshire thanks to a £4,000 Heritage Lottery Fund, Sharing Heritage grant Led by Lincs Inspire Libraries and thanks to National Lottery players, the Threads of the Past project will enable local people to share and recall their […]

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Spooky Halloween Activities at Grimsby Library

by Steve Beasant on 20 October, 2015

There’s a whole host of superbly spooky Halloween activities at Grimsby Library on Saturday, October 31. From 10am to 11am children aged seven and under can take part in Winnie the Witches Halloween Adventure. Youngsters can come and listen to Winnie the Witch stories, go on a hunt to find the Winnie and Wilbur’s hidden […]

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Freaky Frankentoys Sessions

by Steve Beasant on 20 October, 2015

Local children have the chance to be like Dr Frankenstein and make a hybrid creature or machine out of different parts of other toys this October half term. Lincs Inspire Libraries are holding a number of freaky ‘Frankentoys’ sessions, giving children the opportunity to get creative and conjure a haunting hybrid creature or mystical machine […]

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Hard-hitting film highlights the dangers of home oxygen

by Steve Beasant on 19 October, 2015

Clearer national guidance on the prescribing of home oxygen therapy for patients who smoke is being called for by respiratory nurses, as the country’s first hard hitting film about the dangers goes live. The film, which was produced by Hull community respiratory nurse specialist Julie Danby and Richard Mason, Community Safety Manager at Humberside Fire […]

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Floods destroy. Be prepared.

by Steve Beasant on 11 October, 2015

One in six properties in England is at risk of flooding. This is only going to increase with a changing climate. Many people think that flooding will never happen to them – but it could. The winter of 2013 to 2014 was the wettest in England for nearly 250 years and around 6,000 properties flooded […]

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Join the fight against hate crime

by Steve Beasant on 11 October, 2015

Being You Is Not A Crime  Being you is not a crime – but targeting you because of who you are is. That is the latest message from Humberside Police, as part of a continued drive to reach out to victims of hate crime. The level of reported hate crime is falling across the force […]

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