Police in south Bradford have pledged to crack down on drug dealing and anti-social behaviour in and around a popular park.

Harold Park, in Low Moor, is set to receive police attention after concerns were raised about problems in the area.

On the My Neighbourhood section of the West Yorkshire Police website, the park is highlighted as a 'priority' for police action.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Other priorities for the area include the anti-social use of off-road bikes and quads.

It isn't the first time concerns have been raised about problems at Harold Park. In August 2021, the Telegraph & Argus reported on a spate of vandalism over the course of a weekend, including racially offensive graffiti. 

The spate of damage, which included damage to ornaments, was met with disgust from park users.