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The Crime Prevention Panel

Outer North East Leeds

covering;

Aberford, Alwoodley, Bardsey, Barwick in Elmet, Boston Spa, Bramham,

Clifford, Collingham, East Keswick, Linton, Moor Allerton, Moortown,

Scarcroft, Seacroft, Scholes, Shadwell, Thorner, Thorp Arch, Walton, Wetherby



Over the last year or so West Yorkshire Police have gone through many changes, some of which have meant old former boundaries have changed. Some boundaries have extended and some have been removed.


West Yorkshire Police are working more closely with many more Community Partnerships which does include the Wetherby Crime Panel.


In view of these changes it was felt it was also time for the Crime Panel name to change to bring it more into line with many other partnerships. In view of this the Crime Panel is now being called


"The Crime Prevention Panel - Outer North East Leeds."


The Crime Panel attends many events in the community and are looking for more volunteers to assist with their crime prevention work. If you are interested in becoming involved please contact


Lyn.buckley@alwoodleyparishcouncil.org or gen@kalsom.co.uk


The Wetherby & District Crime Panel is a voluntary group of people who work together with West Yorkshire Police in matters relating to crime prevention in the local community.


Membership of the Panel is drawn from individuals who live or work in the area together with representatives from Wetherby Town Council and most of the Parish Councils in the area.


Funding is provided by local businesses, Parish Councils and other various local sources.


The most recent Newsletter is immediately below this intro;


useful hints/advice from the previous Newsletter are here


Find out about CrimeStoppers

If you are interested in having your free Police Home Survey contact Wetherby NPT on 0113 285 5374 leaving your contact details and someone will get back to you.


Alternatively simply contact the Crime Panel direct on 01937 582 441 or gen@kalsom.co.uk


Remember the number for NON Emergency Calls is   1 0 1

Emergency - Immediate Police Attendance still use  9 9 9


Members of The Crime Panel are available to attend your Community Events and to give Crime Prevention talks. Morning, Afternoons or Evenings. Large or Small groups.


See our web page for contact details. http://wetherbycrimepanel.wordpress.com


West Yorkshire Police produce a monthly newsletter

focusing on policing issues in our area of the city.

We are part of East Leeds.


You can download the latest pdf version here



Thank you.

Maureen Brewer

Chairman.

Contact details:


The Chairman,

Wetherby & District Crime Prevention Panel

c/o West Yorkshire Police,  

Wetherby Police Station,  

Boston Road,

Wetherby,  LS22 5HA


Email  :  gen@kalsom.com


Website: http://wetherbycrimepanel.wordpress.com

Supported by West Yorkshire Police

Do You Have Adequate Security?


A crime pattern has emerged over the past years of House Burglaries being committed where forcing the lock on UPVC doors has been the method of entry.


UPVC doors and its associated 'Euro profile Lock' are fitted to many houses and many older locks may be below current standards. New 'Anti Snap' locks have been developed and these improved locks are now available as retro fit to existing UPVC doors, TS 007 3* Standard. There’s more info here


Reduce the risk of Burglary in your home by using this 5 point check list.


Do you have….


  1. A 5 lever BS3621 sashlock/deadlock fitted to your main wooden door?
  2. A 5 lever BS3621 sashlock or mortice bolts fitted to your other wooden doors?
  3. An up to date snap / break secure cylinder fitted to all UPVC and composite doors?
  4. Locking handles and a shootbolt locking system on all your UPVC windows?
  5. Key operated locks fitted to all windows?


For more information contact your local Crime Reduction Officer on 101

You may also ring this number to arrange a free Home Security check by your local Police Officer