Wakefield North East and Rural

Covering : Airedale, Altofts, Castleford, Crofton, Featherstone, Ferry Fryston, Glasshoughton, Normanton, Ryhill, Walton, Whitwood and surrounding areas.

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Neighbourhood Priorities

To work closely with partner agencies to address the issues of Anti Social Behaviour and crime in the following areas : -

Castleford

•             Elizabeth Drive / The Green / The Square - Anti Social Behaviour- We are committed to tackling ASB  by having a dedicated visible policing team. Working with partner agencies to tackle ASB through enforcement and engagement.

•             Address the concerns of the illegal use and dealing of drugs in the Smawthorne Lane / Smawthorne Grove / Valley Gardens and Lower Oxford Street areas. To proactively tackle offenders and work with partners to address behaviour.

•             All Areas - Road Safety- Working with partners and our road policing colleagues we are listening to concerns from the local community regarding road safety in the area. We will be focussing on the Fatal Four (Drink driving, speeding, seatbelts and use of mobile phones) by using enforcement actions and making use of the Speed Indication Device and Pro Laser Speed Gun.

Ward 3B

•             Address the concerns of the illegal use and dealing of drugs on the Westfield Estate, Castleford. To proactively tackle offenders and work with partners to address behaviour.

Normanton

Ward 3

•             Public Priority - Address the concern of speeding motor vehicles along Pasture Way, Whitwood through education and enforcement.

•             Police Priority - To provide crime prevention advice and pro-active patrols to prevent theft from HGV's around the industrial estates.

Ward 6

•             Public Priority - Address the concern of speeding motor vehicles along Wakefield Road, Snydale Villas through education and enforcement.

•             Police priority - Address the concerns of ASB and damage at Purston Park. To identify those involved and work with partners to address behaviour.

Ward 10

•            Public Priority - Address the concern regarding motor vehicles using the pedestrian precinct (High Street) Normanton. Carry out engagement and advice with motorists.

•             Police Priority - Work with partners to divert young people away from ASB around the town centre of Normanton.

Rural

Ward 5 Crofton / Ryhill / Walton / Havercroft / Notton

•             We are working alongside the local authority to address complaints of illegal and anti-social parking. We are working with the local schools and enforcement teams to raise awareness of parking issues and speeding in the streets that surround the schools.

•             Tackle anti-social behaviour and reports of nuisance youths, in particular around the bus shelters and park in Crofton, the community centre / sports centre in Ryhill.

•             Address and deal positively with the anti-social use of off-road bikes across all areas, but in particular, the area around Notton village green.

•             Work with our partner agencies to address incidents of fly tipping.

Ward 18 Middlestown / Netherton / Midgley / Overton / Bretton / Woolley / Haigh / Hall Green / Painthorpe / Chapelthorpe / Durkar / Crigglestone / Newmillerdam / Calder Park / Calder Grove

•             To address concerns raised regarding vehicle speeding, through education and enforcement.

•             Tackle anti-social behaviour and reports of nuisance youths through high visibility patrols, community engagement and partnership working.

•             Reduce residential burglaries across the Rural area, working in conjunction with partner agencies and increasing Neighbourhood Watch schemes / community awareness. To offer crime prevention advice. To disrupt identified individuals through proactive targeting and high visability patrols. To offer support and reassurance for those effected by this crime type.

•             Work with our partner agencies to address incidents of fly tipping.

Ward 19 Agbrigg / Sandal / Kettlethorpe / Belle Vue

•             Tackle anti-social behaviour and reports of nuisance youths through high visability patrols. community engagement and partnership working.

•             Deal with on-going reports of street dealing in alleyways and the surrounding residential streets in Agbrigg. Working with the community, developing and taking action on reports and intelligence received. To identify and deal positively with offenders. Looking to long term sustainable solutions through physical changes to highlighted problem areas.

•             Address concerns raised by local residents regarding speeding vehicles, utilising partnership awareness campaigns, police monitoring and enforcement.

•             Work with our partner agencies to address incidents of fly tipping and litter dropping.

 

How you can take action...

Report crime
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Join your local Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
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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.

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