TWO teenage tearaways will be named and shamed in a public campaign.
Leaflets bearing the pair's photographs which will be distributed to residents in areas affected by their anti-social behaviour.
Joshua Russell, 16 and Dane Jenkinson, 15, both of Brock Bank, Dalton, received anti-social behaviour orders (ASBOs) from Huddersfield Magistrates' Court on September 20.
Now leaflets containing photographs and details of the pair will be distributed to residents of Almondbury, Dalton and Rawthorpe.
The leaflets also include a list of Russell's and Jenkinson's misdemeanours and areas from where the two are barred.
It is hoped residents will become the eyes and ears of their community and report breaches of the ASBOs to the police.
Russell and Jenkinson's two-year ASBOs are effective from the date of issue.
If either break any conditions of their ASBOs they face arrest and they could then be taken back to court.
Incidents cited in Russell's order include possession of an imitation firearm outside Huddersfield Town Hall when there were 5,000 guests inside; being seen carrying a knife on to school premises; being arrested on suspicion of assaulting a teacher and a shop security guard; criminal damage; and threatening and abusive behaviour.
Incidents in Jenkinson's order include being drunk and disorderly and abusive to police, criminal damage, assaulting school staff and a shop security guard; a report of him being in school grounds from which he was excluded; and threatening another pupil.
Clr Khizar Iqbal, who chairs Kirklees Safer Communities Partnership, said: "We need to raise awareness by identifying those responsible to enable the orders to work and make our neighbourhoods safer.
"We would urge the communities affected to work with us and become our eyes and ears.
"We all have a right to live free from harassment, and anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated.
"We are doing all we can to protect the public and would encourage more people to report anti-social behaviour."
Anti-social behaviour is defined as behaviour that causes, or is likely to cause, alarm, distress or harassment. It includes intimidation, threatening behaviour, criminal damage, drugs misuse, under-age drinking, vandalism, graffiti, noise nuisance and fly-tipping.
Bill Swap, co-ordinator of Kirklees Anti-Social Behaviour Unit, said: "Initially, we tried to work with both young people through acceptable behaviour contracts and anti-social behaviour warnings.
"But their behaviour continued to escalate, causing intimidation and distress and people to fear for their own safety. It became too serious to warrant any intervention other than an anti-social behaviour order.
"We want to reassure those communities we are doing all we can to make their neighbourhoods safer."
The orders prohibit both Russell and Jenkinson from:
* Associating with one another in a public place.
* Associating in a group of four or more people who are below the age of 18 within Kirklees, except inadvertently or with family members.
* Entering Tesco and its grounds in Long Lane, Dalton, and King James Grammar School, Almondbury. Jenkinson is also forbidden from Rawthorpe High School and its grounds.
* Engaging or encouraging anti-social or threatening behaviour.
Kirklees Anti-Social Behaviour Unit (KASBU) is a multi-agency team of police and council officers and is part of Kirklees Safer Communities Partnership.
It works with West Yorkshire Police, Kirklees Council, West Yorkshire Probation Service, landlords and other agencies to deliver its wide range of interventions.