A VAN kitted out with cameras is now touring Huddersfield's streets filming troublemakers and crime suspects.
The van - owned by Kirklees Council but used by the police as part of their joint Safer Communities initiative - is the latest weapon in a clampdown on yobbish behaviour in the town.
Officers on board are also looking out for robbers and thieves.
Sgt John McFadzean, of Huddersfield police, said: "The van tours areas where there is deemed to be a problem with crime or anti-social behaviour.
"There are four cameras on board which film people and these videos are used for intelligence-gathering."
He said the films would show police the kind of clothes known suspects wore, the people they hung about with and the areas they were now roaming.
There are TV screens and video recorders on board.
Police also have a list of suspects to look out for. The van - staffed by police and police community support officers - has been targeting the Ashenhurst, Lowerhouses, Almondbury, Rawthorpe and Moldgreen areas.
The use of the van follows on from clampdowns on yobs in Lowerhouses during the summer and now in Lepton.