Three children arrested after throwing objects at a ‘Trojan bus’ full of police
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Last night, officers from the local Bradford East Neighborhood Police carried out a Trojan Bus operation with First Bus in the Ravenscliffe area.
Three youths were arrested by officers for throwing objects at buses, police confirmed.
The three minors were taken home and given antisocial behavior warnings.
Inspector Paul Riley of the Bradford East Borough Police Team said: “It’s great work from my team, and it’s great to see we’re seeing positive results in this area.
“Trojan’s bus patrols are very effective for us as they can reassure residents and catch those committing anti-social behavior offences.
“I hope this sends a clear message to young people involved in anti-social behavior that it will not be tolerated, and we will deal with those who break the law.
‘We will continue to call on local residents to report any incidents of anti-social behavior to us, by calling 101 or using the contact options at www.westyorkshire.police.uk/contactus’