SAFETY TALKSHolme Valley Pcsos Keith Hollick and Jill Chamberlain accepted an invitation to Honley Village Hall to talk to a group of adults with learning difficulties. They spoke about road safety and personal safety which was very well received and both educational and fun.
CRIME - GOLCAR ROBBERYA male was robbed on Knowl Road on February 20. Two white men driving a silver car got out and produced a knife and demanded property. They stole £100 cash and two mobile phones.
BURGLARYTwo houses on Arthur Street, were attacked. The thieves forced the locks off the upvc doors to get in. Cash and a watch were stolen. A house on Moorcroft Avenue was attacked in the same way. Jewellery was stolen. Also, a house on Intake was attacked in the same way, but the alarm activating prevented anything from being stolen.
VEHICLE CRIME COWLERSLEYA vehicle has had both its registration plates stolen on Grove Street.The number is YG04FGJ. A gold coloured Rover registration X821 XBB was stolen from Kinder Avenue, Cowlersley. Thieves approached a car on Dirker Drive overnight and siphoned off its diesel.
PARTNERS AND COMMUNITIES TOGETHER (PACT)Partners and Community Together meetings are now held at different venues around The Valleys. Holme Valley meetings are at Holmfirth Police Station on the last Thursday of the month from 6pm. Colne Valley meetings are at Longwood Mechanics Hall on the first Saturday of the month between 10am - 12noon.
OTHER WAYS TO REPORT CRIMEGo to a Neighbourhood policing meeting. Check the dates of forthcoming local meetings at www.westyorkshire.police.uk/npt or see the West Yorkshire Police Authority’s calendar of meetings open to the public.
HOW TO REPORT A CRIME Use the local contacts list on Neighbourhood Policing Team website or there is more detailed information about reporting crime and contacting police on the contact us page on the West Yorkshire Police website.
JOIN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH SCHEMENeighbourhood Watch is the largest voluntary crime prevention group in the country with more than 10m members. Full details are available on the crime prevention section on the West Yorkshire Police website.
GET INVOLVED OR VOLUNTEERGet involved, volunteer or contact your local team on the contact numbers to see what you can do to help. See more details about police volunteers on the West Yorkshire Police recruitment section.
POLICE PRIORITIES IN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOODHolme Valley South – anti-social behaviour by local youths gathering in the New Mill area.