Wednesday, 18 November 2009

Warrants and searches across North Wales in one day initiative

North Wales Police have today (Wednesday 18 November) embarked on a high profile impact day targeting criminals across the six counties of North Wales.

Since 6 am police teams made up of uniform officers, detectives and other specialist officers have across each of the three divisions been arresting offenders, executing warrants and searching premises in a crack down on crime.

Police Community Support Officers are also working alongside operational teams to reassure local communities where there may be visible increased activity.

The operation will continue throughout the day with updates on arrests being given on the website by 12 noon, 3 pm and 6 pm.

Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Gareth Pritchard said: "North Wales Police is committed to reducing crime and protecting people and today's coordinated force wide strike against crime and offenders demonstrates this. We will be putting the evidence we have collated before the Crown Prosecution Service. As we approach a busy time of year for the Police we are eager to disrupt criminal activity and put offenders before the Courts."


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