Land Rover Watch is a new initiative launched on Facebook by West Yorkshire Police for the Calderdale area to share Land Rover crime prevention advice, local run initiatives, encouraging and inviting the posting of relevant and useful information to be shared between Land Rover owners and users. The aim is hopefully to reduce Land Rover-related vehicle crime. Find the initiative on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LandRoverWatch click here for Land Rover Watch
The Calderdale district has a total population of approximately 191,000 with the minority ethnic communities comprising 10% of the total population. The district comprises of the mainly semi-rural Upper Valley (Hebden Bridge and Todmorden) and the urban Lower Valley (Brighouse and Elland) with Halifax being the largest township and commercial centre. In addition there are many smaller communities spread throughout the Upper Valley, all of whom have their own distinct identities and policing needs.
The new Land Rover Watch Facebook page is, of course, not for reporting crimes. To report a crime in an emergency always dial 999, in a non emergency dial 101 or visit www.westyorkshire.police.uk click here for West Yorkshire Police
Find the West Yorkshire Police Land Rover Watch initiative on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LandRoverWatch click here for Land Rover Watch