POLICE are to step up high-visibility patrols in Huddersfield and Dewsbury this weekend.
The move - part of the police's Target scheme, which is the biggest-ever crackdown on crime and the fear of crime in West Yorkshire - will see police, community safety officers, special constables and neighbourhood wardens patrolling the town centres and crime hotspots.
Officers in Dewsbury and Huddersfield will be focusing on street crime and drugs offences, as well as anti-social and nuisance behaviour.
Policing exhibitions will be held on the piazza in the centre of Huddersfield and outside Dewsbury Town Hall.
People are urged to go along for crime prevention advice and learn more about the way the police work.
Crimestoppers and the police's recruitment department will be speaking to people.
There will also be an information pods outside Huddersfield Town Hall and one in Cleckheaton town centre.
Staff will give advice on issues including domestic violence, racial harassment and anti-social behaviour.
The police exhibitions will be open between 10.30am and 3pm tomorrow.
The information pods will be in Huddersfield between 10am and 4pm tomorrow and tomorrow and on Sunday at the same times in Cleckheaton.