Covering : Apperley Bridge, Barkerend, Bolton, Bowling, Bradford Moor, Eccleshill, Fagley, Greengates, Idle, Laisterdyke, Little Horton, Ravenscliffe, Thackley, Thornbury, Thorpe Edge, Undercliffe, West Bowling and surrounding areas.
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Bolton and Undercliffe - Ward Officer - PC 1034 Jeffery
- To target Anti-social Vehicle use, speeding and inconsiderate parking in and around Otley Road/ Northcote Road/ Harrogate Road / Wrose Road / Norman Avenue and Grove House Road.
- To tackle reports of Drug Dealing and encourage reporting
- To target offences of Residential Burglary where outbuildings and sheds are being broken into in the Ashbourne estate.
Eccleshill - Ward Officer - PC 0032 Hall
- To target Anti-social Vehicle use involving cars, motorbikes and quads and speeding in Ravenscliffe and Fagley.
- To tackle reports of ASB and criminality, particularly in areas of Fagley such as Fraisthorpe Mead, Flawith Drive and Frodingham Villas.
Idle and Thackley Ward - Ward Officer - PC 1478 Sale
- To disrupt and engage with Nuisance youths at Apperley Bridge Marina and Dobson Locks, particularly targeting misuse of drugs offences
- Focus on speeding and dangerous driving in particular at Harrogate Road/ Thackley Corner
Bowling and Barkerend - Ward Officer - PC 4465 Walshe
- Tackle ASB and nuisance youths in and around the Lilian Street/Fenby Avenue area, working with partners for detachment work for youths involved.
- To address the issue of begging at the bottome of Leeds Road and Shipley Airedale Road
Bradford Moor - Ward Officer - PC 4476 Wootton
- To target drug dealing in and around Leeds Old Road/ Upper Rushton Road/ Gain Lane areas.
- To target Anti-social Vehicle use, Speeding and inconsiderate parking on Leeds Road and Barkerend areas
Little Horton - Ward Officer - PC 3174 Webb
- To target drug dealing in the Gathorne Road area.
- Develop community engagement and networking opportunities
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