Two popular parks in the Aire Valley will be the focus of police attention amid concerns over drug dealing.

Myrtle Park, in Bingley, and Roberts Park, in lower Baildon, just over the footbridge from Saltaire, have both been highlighted as priority areas for neighbourhood policing officers.

Police in the Shipley area have pledged to "address and deal positively with anti-social behaviour and street level drug dealing in and around Roberts Park, working with partners to identify and deal positively with offenders."

Officers will also look to long-term "sustainable solutions through physical changes" to highlighted problem areas.

Meanwhile, in Bingley, police say they will "deal with ongoing reports of street dealing in Myrtle Park and the surrounding residential streets."

Officers plan to work with the community developing and taking action on reports and intelligence received.

Another policing priority in Bingley is to deal with violent crime and disorderly conduct in the town centre, working with Pubwatch and developing local schemes in conjunction with local licensing and public health.