Batley and Spen
Covering : Batley, Birkenshaw, Birstall, Cleckheaton, East Bierley, Gomersal, Heckmondwike, Liversedge and surrounding areas.
Youth related antisocial behaviour around Batley Town Centre
- Antisocial behaviour at Dewsbury District Hospital A & E
- Youth related antisocial behaviour at Cleckheaton Bus Station
- Break ins of sheds and garages
Nuisance Motorcycles / Quad Bikes causing a nuisance for residents.
We have a dedicated Officer following up reports, identifying those responsible and dealing with them through S59 warnings and seizing vehicles. Also reporting riders for summons when found not to be driving legally.
When reporting nuisance bikes in your area please consider the following:
Description of the Bike
Description of the Rider
Vehicle Registration Number if displaying a plate
If known who the rider is
If known where the bike is being stored
We are keen for members of the public to report incidents in these areas which can be made by either ringing 101 or in an emergency situation to ring 999.
You can also report incidents online through the West Yorkshire Police Website: www.westyorkshire.police.uk/report-it
You can also report anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or
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Kirklees District Community Trigger
A process to help repeat victims of Anti-Social Behaviour in the Kirklees area.
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