An empty city-centre shop has been transformed into a pop-up safety shop for one day only by Humberside Police.
The force has teamed up with Trinity Street Angels, Renew and Safer Roads Humber to bring the first of three Hull City Centre Safety Group Christmas Pop-up events.
The series of events has been launched by the new City Partnership team which aims to rid the city centre of its anti social behaviour issues.
The team is run by Chief Superintendent Darren Downs - who is responsible for policing across Humberside Police's north bank.
it will include representatives from police, British Transport Police, Transpennine Express, Hull City Council, Hull Bid and Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), with local traders and homeless charities also invited.
Wednesday's pop up event is being held until 3pm in the empty retail unit 23 - formerly Card Market - adjacent to Car Phone Warehouse on King Edward Street and focuses on the theme of "socialising safely."
The team will also host a second event on Wednesday, December 11 at Hull Paragon Interchange.
Chief Superintendent Darren Downs said: "This event is one of a number of pop-up events designed by our city centre working group.
"We wanted to educate communities about protecting themselves and not making themselves vulnerable during the festive period.
"The event is for the community, but also for businesses and we will be talking to them about some of the challenges they face."
Renew are promoting mocktails and encouraging responsible drinking,. while Safer Roads Humber are highlighting the dangers of drink driving.
Trinity Street Angels will be there to promote their work and offer advice, including how to get home, based on experience of supporting vulnerable people in the nighttime economy.
Humberside Police are promoting personal safety crime prevention and staff from British Transport Police will also be there.