The region of West Yorkshire is generally fairly safe, but there are still many parts in the larger cities where extra caution should be used while on the go. This is especially true in some of the sections of Leeds, as well as the other towns. It is advisable not to travel alone after dark in some of the larger cities.

Overall however, England is generally a very safe country to visit, and has a have relatively low rate of violent crime, and petty crime has even been in the decline in recent years, but visitors should be careful when on the move. Pickpockets and the snatching of other bags is generally the biggest threat to tourists throughout West Yorkshire. The best advice is to keep the items your carrying to a minimum when possible.

Don’t flash large sums of money, and watch your possessions at all times when you’re on the go.

If you’re using a rental car make sure to lock the doors while visiting tourist attractions such as museums, monuments, restaurants, hotels, beaches, trains, train stations and airports. Photocopies of travel documents and credit cards should be kept separate from the originals and key telephone numbers maintained to contact banks if credit cards are stolen or lost.