Wakefield City and North West
Covering : Horbury, Ossett, Outwood, Stanley, Wakefield City Centre, Wrenthorpe and surrounding areas.
To work closely with partner agencies to address the issues of Anti Social Behaviour and crime in the following areas:-
Ward 20 NPT Lupset/Thornes
- Anti-social behaviour inc. nuisance youths, illegal use of motor bikes and littering/fly tipping
- Damage to private and commercial property
Ward 17 NPT City Centre / Flanshaw / Peacock
- Anti-social behaviour / Street drinking
- Speeding / anti-social use of the roads
- Shop theft
Ward 16 NPT Portobello, Eastmoor & Pindersheath
- Illegal & anti-social parking. Damage to grassed areas through inconsiderate parking
- Anti-social behaviour inc. street drinking, illegal use of motor bikes
- Drug dealing and drug taking
- Protecting young people from Child Sexual Exploitation: Young people being groomed by older teens or adults with gifts or alcohol in exchange for sexual acts.
- To tackle anti-social behaviour in and around Ossett bus station.
- To tackle anti-social behaviour around Horbury town centre, Addingford Lane and Reid Park.
- To tackle anti-social behaviour around Stanley community centre.
- To tackle anti-social behaviour at Outwood Park.
- To tackle anti-Social Behaviour at Snow Hill retail Park.
How you can take action...
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Wakefield District Community Trigger
A process to help repeat victims of Anti-Social Behaviour in the Wakefield area.
Click here to read more about the Wakefield District Community Trigger.