Covering : Dewsbury, Mirfield, Ravensthorpe, Thornhill Edge, Town Centre, Chickenley, Earlsheaton, Upper Hopton, Lower Hopton and surrounding areas

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Neighbourhood Priorities

Dewsbury East Ward

  • Town Centre and Bus Station
  • General ASB -  Problem Solving Occurrence in Place.

Dewsbury South Ward

  • General ASB on Thorn Avenue, Thornhill.
    General ASB issues on Thorn Avenue involving large groups of youths congregating and causing damage/throwing fireworks/eggs etc. Police Problem Solving Occurrence In Place.
  • General ASB near to Thornhill Lees Community Centre, ASB, Drug Dealing and Damage.  Police Problem Solving Occurrence in place.

Dewsbury West Ward

  • General ASB on Dewsbury Moor Estate & Crow Nest Park.
    General ASB issues on Dewsbury Moor particularly on School Lane involving large groups of youths congregating including Crow Nest Park. Police Problem Solving Occurrence In Place.

Mirfield Ward

  • Nuisance Motorcycle/Quad Bike at London Park Estate
    Northway/Kitson Hill Road and Fields surrounding London Park Estate are the busiest especially on Friday and Saturday, mainly afternoons between 1300-1800hrs is the busiest time. Police Operation Taskabbey, Police Problem Solving Occurrence In Place and Police Off Road Bike Team patrol the areas on a regular basis.


How you can take action...

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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
Offence Date
Ref: KD2399
Theft from Vehicle
Offence Date
Ref: KD2386
Offence Date
Ref: KD2379
Public Order
Offence Date
Ref: KD2377