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Holt Park Crime Report from Your Local NPT
(Week Ending 09/01/2011)

January 13th, 2011 · Crime

Crime
Burglary: 1 Reported
Burglary on Holt Park Gardens, access is gained by breaking a euro style lock.
Suspect’s entered the kitchen and removed property.

Vehicle Crime: 1 Reported
Persons peel back both drivers and passenger’s doors to gain access, remove property and escape unseen.

Visit the West Yorkshire Beatcrime website http://www.beatcrime.info – where you can use your postcode to obtain crime figures for your local neighbourhood.
You can also check police performance in your local area – with detailed information over a period of 12 months displayed in tables and graphs.

Anything Else of Note
Lead theft has been a major problem on the estate over the passed few weeks, persons are gaining access to the roof of the property and peeling back/removing the lead. The persons carrying this out must be athletic and able to climb whilst having the strength to remove the lead. Has any one seen any thing? This is a very visible type of crime and difficult to carry out with out been seen or heard? Please call 999 if you see a theft in progress or 08456 6060606 to report any information which maybe of benefit to our investigations.

ASB Section / PACT Priority Update
After an Excellent Christmas and New Year Anti Social Behaviour has started to raise its head on the estate and around Asda. This type of behaviour has a real negative effect on both individuals concerns and the Community. I would like to request the names of any individuals who you know to be engaging in this behaviour. Ralph Thorsby Library has had to ban three individuals this week and is possibly looking to ban three more. This information has been relayed to the housing officers and will be used when re-evaluating tenancies.
The Crime Stoppers number is 0800 555 111 were you can offer information with out revealing your identity.

Good News Stories
Meetings are been held with some of the youths from the estate with a local MP. The aim is to create more things to occupy the younger end of the community on the estate.
If you have any ideas which could be brought to the table or things you would like to be involved in please contact PCSO Salkeld or PCSO King on 01274 471458

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New Year Bus Times for Holt Park and
the Surrounding Area

December 29th, 2010 · Travel

West Yorkshire Metro have a document available for download, outlining the times the bus services in Leeds finish running on New Years Eve.
You can CLICK HERE to download the document

If you can not read the document on your computer you may need to download a .PDF reader, you can get a free PDF reader by clicking here and installing it on your computer.

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Merry Christmas to all our Readers

December 25th, 2010 · Uncategorized

Merry Christmas from holtparktoday.com

Wishing you a very
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

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We will be continuing to post to this blog in 2011 and encourage all our reads to continue sharing the information posted here and to continue supplying us with your news articles so we can inform the wider community.

See you all in 2011



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Holt Park Crime Report from Your Local NPT
(Week Commencing 13/12/2010)

December 23rd, 2010 · Uncategorized

By Joel Beaumont
Last week West Yorkshire Neighbourhood Police Team held a Multi Agency Local Issue Day in the Holt Park area.

A stall in the Holt Park Shopping Centre was set up to provide advise. As well as this they were giving away free security goodies such as UV property marker pens and purse chains.

The Police showed off the vehicles they use including their off road bikes that help to prevent crime and anti-social behaviour.

Furthermore officers targeted the top 10 most burgled streets and offered home security services.

Also West North West Homes and Sanctuary Housing were present completing
anti-social behaviour and tenancy visits.

Crime
With regards to crime, last week saw positive results for the Holt Park area.

There were no reported burglaries and only one report of vehicle crime, in which a scooter was stolen from Holtdale Way.

No new graffiti has appeared in the area, but there have been several reports of anti-social behaviour in and around the ASDA and Holt Park Shopping Centre towards staff and security.

Arrests of Note
A 56 year old local man has been arrested for shoplifting at Asda and other offences, he has been charged and remanded into custody.

A 28 year old male from East End Park area of Leeds has been arrested for numerous offences including theft of a vehicle, failing to stop for police, possession of drugs, he was followed by police after being sighted in a stolen vehicle, he crashed the stolen car on Holt Lane. He has been charged and remanded into custody.

Speed Indication Device has not been deployed this week.

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Festive Opening Times in Holt Park

December 21st, 2010 · Uncategorized

Over the holiday period establishments and services across Holt Park will be affected.Provided below is a selection of helpful information for the local area.

Holt Park Library
Christmas Eve – closes at 1pm
Christmas Day – closed
Boxing Day – closed
Monday 27th December – closed
Tuesday 28th December – closed
Wednesday 29th December – open as normal
Thursday 30th December – open as normal
New Year’s Eve – closes at 4pm
New Year’s Day – closed
Sunday 2nd January – closed
Monday 3rd January – closed
Tuesday 4th January – open as normal

ASDA
Thursday 23 December: 6am – Midnight
Christmas Eve: 6am – 7pm
Christmas Day: Closed
Boxing Day: Closed
Monday 27th December: 8am – 8pm
Tuesday 28th December: 8am – 8pm
Wednesday 29th December: 8am – 10pm
Thursday 30th December: 8am – 10pm
New Year’s Eve: 6am – 7pm
New Year’s Day: Closed
Sunday 2nd January: 10am – 4pm
Monday 3rd January: 8am – 8pm
Tuesday 4th January: open as normal

Holt Park Leisure Centre


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Rubbish Collection
Friday 24 December 2010 changed to Thursday 23 December 2010
Saturday 25 December 2010 changed to Friday 24 December 2010
Saturday 1 January 2011 changed to Sunday 2 January 2011

All other collection dates remain the same.

Bus Services 1 & 6
Christmas Eve – Saturday service, with buses finishing at approximately 7pm.
Christmas Day, 25th December 2010 – No service
Boxing Day, 26th December 2010 – Special services will operate on both numbers 1 & 6
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th December 2010 – Sunday service
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th December 2010 – Saturday service
New Year’s Eve – Saturday service, with buses finishing at approximately 7pm..
New Year’s Day – No service
Sunday 2nd January 2011 – Sunday service
Monday 3rd January 2011 – Sunday service
Tuesday 4th January 2011 – Normal service resumes

However, all of the above services and times are subject to the weather. If conditions deteriorate please call to confirm before heading out.

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