Dewsbury

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 Drinkers and General ASB - High Demand Location Occurrence in place


Dewsbury South Ward

  • General ASB, Fire setting and nuisance youths - Brewery Lane area of Thornhill Lees
    Police Problem Solving Occurrence In Place.

 

Dewsbury West Ward

  • Retail Park Ravensthorpe - begging, minor theft, vehicle anti social behaviour and littering - Problem Solving in Place


Mirfield Wards

  • Butt End Mills, Lower Hopton, Mirfield - Cars gathering, fire setting,  littering and some drug use - Police Problem Solving in Place and Partnership working with the Fire Service, Community Safety and Chart (Substance Misuse Workers)

 

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Kirklees District Community Trigger
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Do you recognise
Identified
Theft
Kirklees
Offence Date
Ref: KD3077
Theft From Shop
Dewsbury
Offence Date
Ref: KD3055
Theft From Shop
Kirklees
Offence Date
Ref: KD3049
Theft From Shop
Kirklees
Offence Date
Ref: KD3047