Tag: burglary

Police reorganisation brings extra resources to South Leeds

  Police numbers in South Leeds are to be increased as a result of a Leeds-wide reorganisation. From early next year, the new Inner South Safer Neighbourhood Team will police across the three Inner South wards. Belle Isle and Middleton will move from the Rothwell team to join the existing

Belle Isle and Middleton see big fall in burglaries

  Councillors have welcomed recent figures showing the impact of targeted work to reduce burglaries in two South Leeds communities. A multi-agency approach is being used by Safer Leeds in the Middleton and Belle Isle areas of the city. This area has seen 54 fewer offences (56% reduction) from April-August

South Leeds Policing Roundup

  Holbeck Neighbourhood Policing Team have updated us about recent activity on their patch: Police appealing for witnesses to an attempted robbery on Domestic Street, Holbeck on 20 April have released a photo of a man they wish to speak to in connection with the incident. Between 10pm and 10.30pm

Belle Isle Men Fined For Proceeds Of Crime

West Yorkshire Police’s Leeds District Proceeds Of Crime (POCA) Team have secured orders against two men from Belle Isle. Ricky Flint, of Nursery Mount, Belle Isle, was investigated for drug trafficking offences. He appeared before Leeds Crown Court on 4th February where a confiscation order was granted. The total benefit

Tips to avoid being burgled in South Leeds

Rothwell Neighbourhood Policing Team which covers Middleton and Belle Isle, has sent South Leeds Life the following crime provention tips as darker nights draw in: At this time of year with the arrival of the darker nights and the clocks going back, we traditionally experience a small increase in the number of

Police look to reduce Middleton and Belle Isle burglaries

Police in Middleton and Belle Isle are continuing to reduce the number of burglaries by adopting a scientific approach to increase patrols and warn householders of where they expect burglars to operate. Known as ‘super cocooning’, the new initiative has its origins in research work carried out by University College

Beeston burglary suspects sought by police

Holbeck Police have today released a pair of e-fits in a bid to identify two suspected burglars in Beeston. The attempted burglary took place on Tuesday 26 June around 1.30pm on Allenby Road. [googlemaps https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en&q=allenby+road+leeds&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Allenby+Rd,+Leeds,+United+Kingdom&gl=uk&ll=53.765428,-1.557404&spn=0.004997,0.01281&t=m&z=14&output=embed&w=425&h=350] The suspects are believed to have used a garden spade in an attempt to force entry