There is a District Crime Prevention Team in each of the 5 policing areas of West Yorkshire, consisting of Crime Prevention Officers and Architectural Liaison Officers. These Officers are trained in crime prevention, designing out crime and problem-solving, and support our front-line Officers in developing solutions to local concerns. Our teams are there to work with you, whether you are a member of the public, a business or a partner agency from any of the sectors.
If you would like any advice on crime prevention please do not hesitate to contact the District Team covering your area:
Bradford - [email protected]
Calderdale - [email protected]
Kirklees - [email protected]
Leeds - [email protected]
Wakefield - [email protected]
In addition, we have a Crime Prevention Team based at HQ in Corporate Services. This team work on force-wide projects, campaigns and partnerships on a wide range of crime types, and can be contacted on [email protected].
Position Pending (Principal Force Crime Prevention Officer)
Burglary Residential, Estate Security, Designing Out Crime, Training, Theft from Shop
Dawn Wilkinson (Crime Prevention Officer)
Scams/Frauds, Rural Crime, Theft from Shop, Designing Out Crime, Burglary Residential (Headingley/Hyde Park), Community Engagement
Ismail Laher (Crime Prevention Officer)
Cyber Crime, Vehicle Crime, County Lines, Terrorism/Places of Worship, Commercial Robbery, Drugs/Organised Crime
Bryony Colley (Crime Prevention Officer)
Modern Slavery/Human Trafficking, Neighbourhood Watch, Domestic Abuse, Child Criminal Exploitation/County Lines, Missing Persons
PLEASE NOTE: These mailboxes should not be used for reporting a crime, suspicious incidents and anti-social behaviour or to report information.
If you are reporting a crime that is not an emergency, please use 101 or via the online reporting service at www.westyorkshire.police.uk/reportcrime
For suspicious incidents and to give us information please use 101 or Crimestoppers 0800 555 111
If you wish to report anti-social behaviour please use the 101 or report it via www.westyorkshire.police.uk/asbform