Policing priorities have been reviewed this week for officers working in the neighbourhood policing team covering areas on the edge of central Bradford.

The policing team covering the Outer City area, to the west of the city centre, will be focussing attention on two streets in particularly - namely Grantham Road, Great Horton, and Aberdeen Place, Lidget Green.

Folloeing the review of priorities on Thursday, officers will aim to "address ongoing anti-social behaviour on Grantham Road, working with partner agencies to deal positively with the misuse of drugs, parking related problems and the Anti-Social use of motor vehicles."

Officers are also set to "target residents' concerns around anti-social behaviour on and around Aberdeen Place as well as the surrounding streets, working with the community. local businesses and partner agencies to address these issues along with Bradford South NPT."

In recent years, the Telegraph & Argus has reported on a number of reports of serious incidents takign place on both Grantham Road and Aberdeen Place.