Covering : Dewsbury, Mirfield, Ravensthorpe, Thornhill Edge, Town Centre, Chickenley, Earlsheaton, Upper Hopton, Lower Hopton and surrounding areas.
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Dewsbury East Ward
- Town Centre Drinkers and General ASB – We will, with colleagues at Safer Kirklees and community partners, conduct hi-visibility patrols, robustly enforce the Public Space Protection Order, and utilise Anti-Social Behaviour management tactics inclusive of dispersal powers when required to prevent further issues occurring.
- To target anti-social motorcycle use in Chickenley / Earlsheaton. We will, use off road bike officers to conduct proactive patrols to disrupt offenders using powers such as S59 Police Reform Act warnings / seizures, Road Traffic Act seizures, prosecute relevant traffic offences, and adopt a collaborative approach with the bordering Wakefield off road bike team.
Dewsbury South Ward
- To target anti-social use and speeding on Mill Street East, Savile Town, Dewsbury. We will also be running regular speed checks on this road and taking positive action against offending drivers.
- We will use the Op Taskabbey Off Road Team to deal with Nuisance Bikes and their riders, offenders will be dealt with by the use of Section 59 Traffic Regulations initially, which would see the seizure of the bike if it was found to be behaving anti-socially again and/or summonsing the riders to Court.
Dewsbury West Ward
- Westtown - Drug dealing and antisocial behaviour. We will continue high visibility patrols in response to an increase in calls for service regarding groups of people meeting and behaving in an antisocial manner, including meeting in vehicles and taking and dealing drugs. We will utilise the Proactive team and Council CCTV in this area for both high visibility patrols and plain clothed operations to reduce offending and antisocial behaviour.
- Crow Nest Park - Damage and antisocial behaviour. We will, with partners including CESOs and Park Wardens, increase patrols in the area, particularly on a Thursday evening in response to an increase in damage at the park and groups of youths causing antisocial behaviour. We will endeavour to reduce the reports of damage being caused to the buildings, by signposting and robustly dealing with any youths involved in said reports.
- Youth related anti-social behaviour in Mirfield town centre and Memorial Park – We will, work collaboratively with Safer Kirklees & Local Authority CCTV to ensure robust patrol plans to increase high visibility policing / partner presence, and review ASB reports to identify subjects for early intervention and ASB management processes.
- Speeding in Sunny Bank Road and Lower Hopton area – We will continue to work alongside colleagues with the Roads Policing Unit for proactive enforcement activity, seek information from community residents to gather intelligence on offending vehicles, and conduct additional Pro Laser Speed operations.
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