A CAMPAIGN aimed at reducing vandalism on West Yorkshire's rail network has been launched.
And it has already led to the arrest of a Huddersfield man.
He has been charged with causing hundreds of pounds of damage at the town's railway station.
The scheme involves phone calls to Crimestoppers.
A number of leads have already been given.
Det Con Kevin Mosley, of Crimestoppers, said: "This sends a clear message to criminals that if you commit crime of any sort on the railway network, members of the public will contact Crimestoppers with names of those responsible.
"We want the public to continue their good work in ringing Crimestoppers.
"We want them to name the culprits who are responsible for crimes which affect peoples lives daily and result in increased fares."