Neighbourhood Police Update W/c 25th April

There have been 2 reports of burglary, St Helens Avenue where a lock was attacked on a rear door , car keys along with 3 vehicles stolen. St Helens Close where no entry was gained. Arrests have been made see below.  There have been no reports of vehicle crime.

PCSO King has visited the Adel Astro turf pitch regards youths drinking, all was quiet with no signs of any ASB. Bedquilts and Lawnswood Cemetery has also been checked and remains orderly.   We have received one call this week regarding nuisance youths on Tile Lane, however, upon police arrival there were no youths present.  This area is still regularly patrolled and anyone found upon the site is dealt with robustly.

SID  has been deployed on Adel Lane on the 30th where 14 motorists were caught speeding.

Arrests of note
A 26 year old male from Horsforth has been arrested for fraud after making several calls at properties on The Crescent asking to be sponsored, collecting cash which is then pocketed with no intention of carrying out any activity, he has been charged and bailed.  A 21 year old male from the LS5 area and a 22 year old male from Bramley have  been arrested for a burglary that occurred on St Helens Avenue, both are currently on bail.

For full police report of North West Outer NPT please click here…

Please click on the following link to view the latest CASAC newsletter
(Community Action & Support Against Crime):
CASAC Community News – April
In this issue
· CASAC Nominated for SEYH Social Impact Award
· What is the problem with Euro Cylinder uPVC door locks?
· Don’t become a victim of doorstep sales
· Check Point
· Home security tips

Suspicious activity report from the Leeds North Census Manager:  “We had an incident a couple of days ago whereby a member of the public based
in the chapel allerton area received a phone call by someone claiming to be
a census collector (the name he used, John Carter, is not a member of staff
in the Leeds area) and aggressively telling the member of the public to
fill his form in or face a fine. Whilst I don’t have the number that was
used, we were told it was an 0208 number, so originating in London.”
If you experience any incidents of this nature please get in touch.

National NHW Update
The new national website is now accessible and will be officially launched in June.  The website can be accessed now at
The Home Office are funding the provision of the Public Liability Insurance for the 2011/12 period (details available on NHW week will take place between 18th and 26th June 2011.

WYP has currently secured some funding to enable new NHW signs to be given to any new schemes set up, if you are interested in setting up or becoming a member of NHW please contact us on 01274 471458 or contact your local PCSO direct.

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