SPY cameras are being installed in two villages to target crime and anti-social behaviour.
A portable CCTV camera is to be switched on at the Parkside Estate in Flockton.
A camera is also going up in Skelmanthorpe village centre.
They are part of the ongoing Kirklees Focus initiative, a joint project between the police, Kirklees Council and other agencies to improve people’s quality of life.
Insp Nicholas Harvey, from Kirkburton Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “This should act as a deterrent and will capture any incidents of anti-social behaviour or any other crime.
“We can then review the footage captured and use it as evidence if required.”
The Focus scheme will move to the Kirkburton ward on Monday and Tuesday.
It is concentrating particularly on Flockton, Shelley, Skelmanthorpe and Clayton West.
The NPT will work alongside offender management teams, officers on off-road bikes, the fire service, parking enforcement officers, local councillors, licensing officers, DVLA wheel clampers, community rangers, environmental wardens and dog wardens.
Street signs will be put up telling people they are on camera.
Insp Harvey added: “During the operation, we will be looking at issues such as burglary and vehicle crime.
“There will be high visibility patrols in the area and visits to people’s homes where we will be providing advice about security.”
On Tuesday night checks will be carried out on unmarked and illegally parked vehicles.
Insp Harvey added: “One of the main aspects of the two days, however, is to clamp down on anti-social behaviour.
“The NPT will be continuing their patrols and working alongside officers using off road motorcycles. This will involve focusing on hotspot areas which have been identified over previous weeks.
“Kirkburton and Denby Dale remains a low crime area and a safe place to live, by working together in partnership and most importantly with the participation of the community, this can continue.”