West Yorkshire Police

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Welcome to North East Leeds

Welcome to the North East Leeds Policing Division. Please click on the map to find your local Neighbourhood Policing Team page.

The local NPT pages contain all the latest news from your local team, 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. 

Stainbeck Police Station
Stainbeck Lane
Leeds
LS7 3QU

10:00am to 6.00pm Mon-Fri.

Full disabled access.

0113 2413259

Stainbeck Google Map

Killingbeck Police Station
Foundry Lane
Seacroft
Leeds
LS14 6NN

8:00am - 10:00pm - 7 days a week

Full disabled access

0113 2413659

Killingbeck Google Map

Wetherby Police Station
Boston Road
Wetherby
LS22 5HA

No Public Helpdesk

Full disabled access and hearing loop

0113 285 5360

Answerphone: 0113 285 5374

Wetherby Google Map

Divisional Profile

Stainbeck Profile

Stainbeck incorporates the North Eastern area of Leeds and includes both 'inner city' and rural areas as well as extremely prosperous suburbs.

To the south it includes the districts of Sheepscar, Mabgate, Lincoln Green, Scott Hall, Potternewton, Chapeltown and Harehills. This area has a multi-racial population with an estimated 50% being either Afro-Caribbean or Asian descent. In addition there are numbers of Eastern European, Chinese, Vietnamese, Irish and Jewish people residing in this area.

Travelling north out of the division are areas including Gledhow, Chapel Allerton, Oakwood, Alwoodley, Roundhay, Moor Allerton and Shadwell outskirts.

 

Wetherby profile

The north-east quarter of the division is a more rural setting with the popular and picturesque market town of Wetherby nestling on the River Wharfe. It has its very own police station covering the town, and the villages of Boston Spa, Bardsey, Bramham, Clifford, Collingham, East Keswick, East Rigton, Linton, Scarcroft, Shadwell village, Thorp Arch Thorner and Walton as well as Eccup, Weardley, Harewood, Barwick-in-Elmet, Scholes and Aberford.

The area is home to Harewood House, Lotherton Hall, Wetherby Racecourse, the world famous forensic science laboratories and Bramham Park, which sees the internationally renowned Horse Trials and Leeds festival every year.

 

Killingbeck Profile

Killingbeck covers the eastern area of the Leeds district and has a diverse resident population.

The area covered is a mix of inner city estates such as Seacroft, fomer mining villages like Garforth, dormitory towns and country villages. Among other areas covered are Swillington, Crossgates, Swarcliffe, Halton, Gipton, Aberford, Kippax, East End Park and Micklefield.

During the last decade, the area has benefited from regeneration and there has been an explosion in housing stock and business developments. The extension of the M1 through the Division has clearly had an impact with major companies now attracted to the area.