Bradford South

Covering Buttershaw, Clayton Heights, Dudley Hill, Great Horton, Holmewood, Low Moor, Queensbury, Royds, Tong, West Scholes, Wibsey, Wyke and surrounding areas.

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Neighbourhood Priorities

Royds

Deal with ongoing reports of ASB and street level drug dealing in and around Harold Park. Working with the community, developing and taking action on reports and intelligence received

Tackle the anti-social use of motor vehicles, specifically off-road motorbikes and quads. Utilising Police specialist units, working with partners and dealing positively with offenders by using appropriate Police and Local authority powers / legislation

 

Wibsey

Address concerns raised by local residents regarding speeding, utilising partnership awareness campaigns, Police monitoring and enforcement.  Longer term street furniture or layout changes in partnership with local authority if deemed justified

To address the issue of begging in the Mayo Road/Smiddles Lane area

 

Tong

To work with partners, community groups and schools to reduce the ASB and damage caused by young people on Broadstone Way and Tong Street at Knowles Park.

To work with Partners and agencies to take a proactive approach tackling Serious Organised Crime across the ward area.

To work with other departments, businesses and the Local Authority to reduce the ASB caused by vehicles and people attending at Euroway Industrial Estate in the evenings.

 

Wyke

To Tackle speeding and Anti-Social Driving on Huddersfield Road, Cleckheaton Road and Westfield Lane.

To work with other departments, businesses and the Local Authority to reduce the ASB caused by vehicles and people attending at Euroway Industrial Estate in the evenings.

To disrupt the supply of controlled drugs within the ward by increasing intelligence from partners and the Community.

 

Great Horton
 

To Work with Partners and other agencies to combat OCG activity in the area.

To work with other Police departments , local Council and other partnerships to combat Anti- Social Behaviour in the area of Beldon Road , & Ashton Avenue & The Tesco Store.

To tackle anti-social use of off road motor vehicles being used to the rear of Scholemoor Cemetery , To work in conjunction with West Area Officers and other departments / Local Council Officers etc to reduce this behaviour.

 

Queensbury

To continue to obtain & execute warrants, follow up & develop drugs intelligence in order to disrupt the supply of controlled drugs in the area. 

To work with partners, community groups and schools to reduce the ASB in the area in the form of inconsiderate parking at Home Farm, Shibden Head and Foxhill Primary schools

To address the issues of ASB at Russell Hall Park and surrounding areas, and West End/Sandbeds at school finish times.

 

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Public Order
Bradford
Offence Date
Ref: BD4994
Theft From Shop
Bradford
Offence Date
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