Tackling anti social use of vehicles and motorbikes

Police

People Can help reduce anti-social behavior in their local area by reporting issues to their local neighbourhood policing teams, by calling 101 and engaging with your local neighbourhood policing team on Facebook/social media. Bradford district police have a dedicated anti-social behaviour team that work with the neighbourhood police team ward officers in your area to tackle anti-social behaviour.

People Can make Bradford Districts roads a safer place by reporting incidents of dangerous driving by contacting the police on 101 and pressing option 3 for the Bradford District Road Safety Campaign Operation Steerside, or alternatively calling 01274 373968 and leaving a message providing contact details, date/time/location & vehicle details. All calls are dealt with in confidence.

People Can reduce the anti-social use of vehicles and motor cycles in Bradford District and are urged to report incidents of this nature on the non-emergency number 101, or by contacting us on 01274 373968 and leaving a message providing as much detail as possible. You can also email us at bradforddistrictasbbiketeam@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk. All information provided to us will be dealt with in confidence.

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The People Can campaign will  actively promote  all the good things that people are already doing  in their communities as well as encouraging  more people  to volunteer and get involved in community life.

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