West Yorkshire Police

For non-emergencies dial 101 - In an emergency always dial 999

Welcome to Calderdale

Calderdale

Please click the map above, or the links to the right to choose your Policing area.


Welcome to the Calderdale Policing District. Please click on the map above or links above right to find your local Partnership Working Area page.

The local Partnership Working Area pages contain all the latest news from your local Neighbourhood Policing Teams, they also feature NPT contact details, forthcoming contact opportunities and events as well as Caught on Camera CCTV appeals, and locally agreed Policing Priorities.

Quick Contact Info
Telephone 999 in an emergency where there is a danger to life, or a crime is in progress.
Telephone 101 for non-emergencies where police attendance is required, to report a crime or to report any other incidents.

Halifax Police Station
(Divisional Headquarters)

Richmond Close
Halifax
HX1 5TW

7am - 11pm Mon - Sun

Full disabled access

Telephone : 101

Halifax Google Map

Brighouse Police Station

(Contact Point to discuss local issues)

Bradford Road
Brighouse
HD6 4AA

Wednesday 12pm - 3pm

Telephone : 101

Brighouse Google Map

 

Todmorden Police Station
Riverside
Burnley Road
Todmorden
OL14 5EY

Monday 10am - 6pm

Saturday 10am - 2pm

Telephone : 101

Todmorden Google Map

 

District Profile

The Calderdale district has a total population of approximately 191,000 with the minority ethnic communities comprising 10% of the total population. 

The district comprises of the mainly semi-rural Upper Valley (Hebden Bridge and Todmorden) and the urban Lower Valley (Brighouse and Elland) with Halifax being the largest township and commercial centre. In addition there are many smaller communities spread throughout the Upper Valley, all of whom have their own distinct identities and policing needs.

Throughout the district there is mixed housing provided by the local authority, social landlords and private ownership. The largest estates are in North Halifax, which is generally recognised as the most socially deprived area in the district, although there are small pockets of similarly deprived areas throughout the district.