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27 October 2022
West Yorkshire Police is asking the public to ensure Halloween is enjoyable for all as emergency services in the county prepare for one of the busiest nights of the year. Officers are asking people who are taking part in Halloween this year to do it safely and to be mindful of more vulnerable residents living in our communities who may not wish to be called upon by trick or treaters. ‘Sorry - no Trick or Treat’ posters which can be downloaded and printed for display in windows are once again available so that people can make it clear they don’t want callers.
15 December 2021
West Yorkshire Police is committed to creating an environment where women and girls can feel safe and be safe within the county, free of fear and harassment. As part of the Force’s commitment to reducing Violence Against Women and Girls, it has launched its Strategy, outlining how it intends to ensure that women and girls are safe and feel safe.
02 December 2021
​A campaign has been launched today (Thursday, 2 December) with the message: ‘Before you see red, talk to someone instead.’ The campaign will include targeted adverts on social media, aimed at highlighting the support that is available to young people to help them manage and address behaviours that are hurting people they love.