Operation Duxford is a multi-agency initiative that sees additional resources brought in to the borough to target crime and antisocial behaviour as well as engage with the public.
Just in case you missed our final round up – here are some of the results from the most recent day of action (Tuesday 17 April):
Officers executed 17 warrants, arrested 15 people, retrieved five knives, seized eight cars and issued nine tickets for parking offences.
A cannabis set up containing around £15k of drugs was discovered at a property in Clifton and 96 dealer bags of cannabis were found at a property in Eastwood.
In total 37 private hire vehicles were inspected across Kimberworth, Eastwood and in the town centre as part of a joint local authority and police operation around illegal use and protection of young people.
21 vehicles were in good order and required no follow up action, eight were issued with driver warnings for failing to wear and or display their driver badge.
Young people from different areas take part in community cohesion event