Covering Buttershaw, Clayton Heights, Dudley Hill, Great Horton, Holme Wood, Low Moor, Queensbury, Royds, Tong, West Scholes, Wibsey, Wyke and surrounding areas.
To work closely with partner agencies to address the issues of Anti Social Behaviour caused by youths in Wyke.
To tackle Anti Social Behaviour including anti-social use of motor vehicles and Quads in Tong Ward
How you can take action...
Use the local contacts, or there is more detailed information about reporting crime, and contacting police, on the “Contact us” page.
Join your local Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
Neighbourhood Watch is the largest voluntary crime prevention group in the country with over 10 million members. Full details are available in the Neighbourhood Watch section.
Get involved or volunteer
Get involved, volunteer or contact your local team on the contact numbers to see what you can do to help. See more details about Police Volunteers in the recruitment section.
Compliment an officer, or make a complaint
Either contact your local police station or use the online compliment / complaint forms.
More information about West Yorkshire Police, policies and procedures
See the Publication Scheme section.
Bradford District Community Trigger
A process to help repeat victims of Anti-Social Behaviour in the Bradford area.
Click here to read more about Bradford District Community Trigger.