A TWO-DAY anti-crime blitz in Almondbury led to 30 arrests.
People passed on vital information to police carrying out high-visibility patrols in the area.
Police also arrested a boy over vandalism at a school in the area.
The operation ran on June 19 and 20.
Police have now said the 30 arrests included people held for alleged offences ranging from burglary, theft, criminal damage and racially aggravated public order crimes to cultivating cannabis.
People said to be wanted for breaching bail terms were also arrested.
Police also arrested four teenagers on suspicion of damaging new facilities at a school just hours after they were completed.
They were said to have scrawled obscenities in wet cement where the posts of a new canopy had been fitted and kicked in the wooden panels of a new bike shed at Almondbury C of E Infant and Nursery School on Longcroft.
A 15-year-old boy has been charged with criminal damage. A boy of 12 and two 14-year- old girls have been reprimanded.
Sgt Nicola Brown said: "We were able to act on information being given to us by people in the area.
"The number of arrests then rose considerably."