Shipley

Covering Baildon, Bingley, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Crossflatts, Cullingworth, Cottingley, Denholme, Eldwick, Harden  Menston, Saltaire, Shipley, Wharfedale, Wilsden, Windhill, Wrose and surrounding areas.

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Neighbourhood Priorities

Baildon
To work closely with partner agencies and community members to address the issues of house and garage burglaries in and around Baildon.

Windhill & Wrose
To work closely with partner agencies and community members to address the issues of Anti-Social Behaviour in and around West Royd

Bingley
To work closely with partner agencies and community members to address the issued of drug dealing in and around the Myrtle Park area.

Bingley Rural
To work closely with partner agencies and community members to address the issues of anti-social use of motor vehicles on rural roads.

 

How you can take action...

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Bradford District Community Trigger
A process to help repeat victims of Anti-Social Behaviour in the Bradford area.
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Do you recognise
Theft from Vehicle
Bradford
Offence Date
Ref: BD2880
Theft from Vehicle
Bradford
Offence Date
Ref: BD2879
Theft
Bradford
Offence Date
Ref: BD2868