Tag: anti-social behaviour

On the Beat: community engagement and tackling anti-social behaviour

Our Neighbourhood Policing Team has had a busy few weeks, in particular we have very much enjoyed attended and engaging with the communities at a range of events including the Beeston Festival, Holbeck, Belle Isle and Hunslet galas and other community events. This gives us an excellent opportunity to speak

New powers granted to stop car meets on Lowfields Road

Additional powers have been granted to Leeds City Council and West Yorkshire Police to tackle a range of anti-social behaviour problems being created by unlicensed ‘car meet’ events on a south Leeds road. In what is the first closure of this type to be granted in Leeds to tackle this

A new approach to anti-social behaviour

Taking on Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) and Crime: The Neighbourhood Response Team (NRT), who are they? The new NRT’s are 3 area-based teams covering the South, East & West of Leeds, and are made up of West Yorkshire Police Link Officers and a Leeds Antisocial Behaviour Team’s (LASBT) Offender Manager. They

Tackling anti-social behaviour in Holbeck cemetery

Holbeck cemetery is set to undergo a series of security improvements in an attempt to tackle anti-social behaviour in the area. Local residents have been working with Councillors to identify measures to help reduce anti-social behaviour, successfully negotiating new closing times at the cemetery. This will see the gates locked

Closure Order to tackle anti-social behaviour at Holbeck flats

Unauthorised visitors have been banned from a Leeds tower block as part of work by the police and council to tackle drug use and anti-social behaviour. Officers from Operation Leodis – a team funded by Leeds City Council to tackle mainly housing-related anti-social behaviour – have secured a partial closure

Plea to report Anti-social Behaviour in Middleton

Following a series of serious incidents of anti-social behaviour in the Middleton area, Cllr Kim Groves‎ (Middleton Park ward) writes: Please continue to report anonymously on 101 identifying those involved if you know who they are. Every incident needs logging to build evidence for prosecution. Police numbers of staff based

All guns blazing? Community responds to Beeston Hill armed police raid

As reported in South Leeds Life at the time, West Yorkshire Police last month carried out a high-profile operation in Beeston Hill, with several dozen officers – including a number with firearms – raiding properties suspected of arms and drug offences. However, following the relatively limited results of the raids,