Your priorities, your plan
Mark's launched a consultation to find out about what matters to people across West Yorkshire and to reflect their priorities in the new Police and Crime Plan 2016-21. Read more
Funding boost for Leeds motorbike project
Cash recovered from West Yorkshire criminals is giving a boost to a Leeds-based charity that gives young people the chance to channel their energies into off-road biking. Find out more.
Mark Burns-Williamson re-elected as West Yorkshire's PCC
Mark Burns-Williamson was re-elected as West Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) on May 5 with a majority vote of 295,814 on a voter turnout of 35% click here.
Young Victims of Crime Research
We are looking to find out about the experiences of young people who have been a victim of crime. This is your chance to tell us your story and have a real say in what support is offered to victims of crime in the future. Find out more.
- Psychoactive Substances Act comes into force (26 May 2016)
- West Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner welcomes Shadow Police Minster to West Yorkshire (23 May 2016)
- Join us and make a difference - West Yorkshire Police responds to HASC report on Police diversity (21 May 2016)
- People are being urged to have their say in a new consultation by West Yorkshire’s Police and crime Commissioner (20 May 2016)
- Funding boost for Leeds motorbike project (20 May 2016)
- Cyber Crime Independent Advisory Group having an impact (19 May 201...