Two day neighbourhood police operation in Milton Keynes leads to six arrests
Over the last two days, more than 12 local officers were involved in a neighbourhood policing priority enforcement operation which led to a number of suspects being arrested and/or fined accordingly.
On their official Facebook page, Thames Valley Police gave some details about the work they had been carrying out in the local community as they said: “Officers were involved in a 2-day Neighbourhood Policing priority enforcement operation this week.
“Conducting high visibility patrols and enforcement action in neighbourhoods targeting the local priorities set out by the communities ranging from youth violence, drug dealing and anti-social behaviour.”
In total, the operation produced the following results:
6 x arrests made for:
Robbery, possession of drugs, possession with intent to supply, possession of offensive weapons & disqualified driving.
22 x stop searches for:
Positive outcomes for drugs class A & B and possession of a knife.
9 x persons issued out of court disposals for:
Drug offences including fixed penalty notices.
3 x vehicles seized for:
5 x fined issues for:
COVID- 19 related offences.
2 x community protection notices issued to:
Suspects for persistent ASB/begging offences.
If you are aware of any criminal activity occurring in your local area, you can contact the police on 101 or report it anonymously online at Crimestoppers.
In an emergency you should always dial 999.