Police to patrol Guiseley parks following increase in antisocial behaviour and wildlife crimes
West Yorkshire Police officers are stepping up patrols in Guiseley parks and open spaces following an increase in antisocial behaviour and wildlife crimes.
Officers from north west Leeds said there had been a 'slight' increase in antisocial behaviour, with a 'small amount' of wildlife crimes stemming from this.
They will be patrolling parks, open spaces and surrounding areas of Guiseley so that everyone 'can enjoy these places in peace'.
The force reminded the public that open spaces are for everyone, and warned, 'don't be the person spoiling it for others'.
A post on the West Yorkshire Police - North West Leeds Facebook page said: ""No luck catching them Swans then"
"Due to a slight increase in Antisocial behaviour and a small amount of wildlife crimes stemming from this, we are stepping up our patrols in the parks, open spaces & surrounding areas of Guiseley to ensure everyone is safe and can enjoy these places in peace.
"Please remember that our open spaces are for everyone, don't be the person spoiling it for others."