Batley and Spen

Covering : Batley, Birkenshaw, Birstall, Cleckheaton, East Bierley, Gomersal, Heckmondwike, Liversedge and surrounding areas.

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Neighbourhood Priorities

Batley East

  • Address and deal positively with antisocial behaviour around and in Batley Bus Station and Batley Library, with the support of partners

Batley West

  • Support and protect vulnerable residents around Manor Way, Staincliffe 

Cleckheaton

  • Address and deal positively with antisocial behaviour around and in Cleckheaton Bus Station, with the support of partners

BBB

  • Address and deal positively with antisocial behaviour on the Fieldhead Estate and Raikes Lane, with the support of partners

Heckmondwike

  • Reducing residential burglaries working in conjunction with partner agencies and increasing the coverage and use of Neighbourhood Watch

Liversedge and Gomersal

  • Tackling crime related issues around the Windy Bank Estate, with assistance from a range of partners

 

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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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Do you recognise
Theft From Shop
Kirklees
Offence Date
Ref: KD3085
Theft From Shop
Kirklees
Offence Date
Ref: KD3049
Criminal Damage
Batley and Spen
Offence Date
Ref: KD3048
Burglary
Kirklees
Offence Date
Ref: KD3046