NEIGHBOURHOOD policing teams have caught up with some youngsters involved in bad behaviour - but they need more information to catch others.

The police teams now have their own website which the public is more than welcome to visit.

This site keeps people up-to-date with the problems police are targeting in each area, the arrests they are making and how the public can help them.

One of the major problems at the moment is graffiti.

In Crosland Moor the name Sadie has been scrawled on street signs and seats.

We know who is responsible, but want more information from the public which will help the prosecution.

Graffiti has also become a problem in Birkby, where large murals with the word Crase have appeared.

Let us know who is behind them.

The third graffiti problem area is the public toilets at Greenhead Park.

Five people were arrested on suspicion of criminal damage in the Colne Valley.

One was released on bail pending further inquiries, three were cautioned and one released.

Two cars were seized from a banned driver in the same area.

In Newsome, police seized a car which we believe was being used by youths for crime.

The car had been parked at Blagden Lane and had no tax, insurance or MOT.

Let us know about any other vehicles which you think may be used by criminals.

We can quickly check out if they are taxed or insured and who owns them.

IN Almondbury and Moldgreen we have been tackling burglaries, car crime and robberies.

Several arrests have been made over the last two weeks and even police on horseback have been drafted in to help.

A girl from Holmbridge has been given an Anti- Social Behaviour Contract. If she does not stay out of trouble she could end up with an ASBO.

Anyone with information for Neighbourhood Policing Teams should phone 01484 436672 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

The neighbourhood policing website is