Tag: Paul Money

Holbeck’s Managed Approach set to end

The Managed Approach to street sex work in Holbeck is set to change as the Council and Safer Leeds change their strategy. The toleration of soliciting at set times and in the so-called Managed Zone, which has not operated since March 2020 due to the pandemic, will not be reintroduced

Holbeck community meeting will discuss Managed Approach

The quarterly Holbeck Community Meeting on Tuesday 3 October will discuss Safer Leeds’ ‘Managed Approach’ to prostitution in the area. The meeting, which starts at 7:30pm at St Matthew’s Community Centre, is organised by the Inner South Community Committee. With residents complaints rising over recent months, residents will have to

Top cops face daunting descent at Elland Road Open Day

Leeds’ police chief Paul Money will make a daunting descent of his Elland Road headquarters this weekend in a charity abseil that kicks off its annual open day. Chief Superintendent Money, Leeds District Commander, will be joined by Temporary Chief Constable Dee Collins and other senior officers to descend the

Beeston men arrested on sex charges

  Twelve men, many of them from Beeston, appeared at Leeds Magistrates Court yesterday (Tuesday 3rd June 2014) following a protracted investigation by the Leeds District Safeguarding Unit. Chief Superintendent Paul Money, District Commander for Leeds, said: “The alleged offences relate to one, female juvenile victim from the local community