A SECOND youth forum in Brighouse brought the police, pupils and the public together.
The event, held at the town’s Civic Hall, was organised by Inspector Mohammed Nawaz and members of Local Valley Neighbourhood Policing Team.
Pupils were able to talk about their opinions of the police and ask questions about their work.
The young people spoke about what issues affected their quality of life and what everyone could do to resolve the issues.
Local beat bobbies joined forces with West Yorkshire Police School Liaison Officers, PC Jan West and Kev Tomney, students from the five local secondary schools – Brighouse High, Brooksbank, Hipperholme and Lightcliffe High, Rastrick High, and William Henry Smith.
Insp Nawaz said: “The purpose was to bring the generations together, generate a greater understanding between them and to promote the attendance of young people at PACT meetings around the main subject of anti-social behaviour.”