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Don't miss our live Operation Artemis updates here.
Operation Artemis has kicked off and this time we're back in Redcar and Cleveland!
Officers received a briefing from District Commander, Superintendent Emily Harrison, earlier this morning.
Officers are gearing up for Artemis.
A number of warrants will be conducted along with some arrest attempts.
Two people have been arrested after officers conducted a warrant on Limes Crescent in Marske this morning (22nd January).
A 45-year-old man and a 39-year-old were both arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs.
Two people were arrested as part of Operation Artemis.
A 31-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of a public order offence and possession of criminal property this morning in Guisborough.
Police dog Gus has been helping officers during Operation Artemis today.
We're sure you'll agree he's doing a paw-some job!
Officers have arrested a woman following a warrant in South Terrace in South Bank making four arrests so far under Artemis.
A 43-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A, B and C drugs.
A woman was arrested following a warrant in South Terrace in South Bank, see our video below...
A 28-year-old man was arrested earlier this morning on suspicion of attempted burglary making five arrests in total so far.
Officers remain in the Redcar and Cleveland area as Operation Artemis continues.
Multi agency checks are ongoing at PD Ports with Cleveland Police, the Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), Redcar and Cleveland Council, Harbour Police and the Environment Agency.
Vehicles will be checked for any defects and abnormal loads.
Officers carried out searches of garages in Eston as part of the ongoing work today for Operation Artemis.
At the addresses we're targeting today, leaflets are being distributed to the neighbouring properties.
If you have information about crime in your area, please contact us on 101 so we can take action.
A vehicle was recovered by officers after it reportedly failed to stop for police.
The vehicle was found to have no insurance and it was seized. Enquiries are ongoing.
PC Walker and PCSOs Williams and Bell attended Galley Hill Primary School today to meet some mini police students.
They spoke to the children about their roles in the community and gave them a chance to ask any questions.
Thank you for having us! 😀
A 45-year-old man was arrested on warrant as part of Operation Artemis today.
Robyn and Chris from our Crime Prevention Team were joined by Craig and Sarah from Victim Care and Advice Service (VCAS) at Morrisons in Redcar engaging with the local community.
Engagement is a big part of Operation Artemis and our officers will be on hand if you have any concerns or issues.
Pictured L-R Craig, Sarah, Chris and Robyn.
Another vehicle has been seized as officers carry out proactive patrols as part of Operation Endurance which tackles off-road bikes and associated anti-social behaviour.
The vehicle was seized for having no insurance.
Two people were also reported for driving offences.
Our PCSOs have been out and about in the community today providing crime prevention advice to residents.
They visited Community Stepping Stones in Dormanstown and Redcar Baptist Church Community Grocery. Thank you to everyone who engaged with our PCSOs.
PCSOs Walker and Thompson popped in to engage with visitors and volunteers at the food bank at St Hilda’s Church, Grangetown.
Watch as District Commander, Superintendent Emily Harrison talks about today's activities...
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