KIRKLEES Council is carrying out a review of how it tackles anti-social behaviour.
The spending on anti-social behaviour in Kirklees will fall from £308,000 now to £196,000 within three years.
But the council’s Anti-Social Behaviour Unit will stay.
The savings will include cutting two posts that have previously been funded by the government.
Director for Wellbeing and Communities Merran McRae said: “We have a number of small teams with managers and money could be saved by merging management costs.
“There is a review ongoing about the way we approach anti-social behaviour to find out what works and what doesn’t work.’’