AudlemOnline Logo Link

Police step up rural night patrols

6th October 2013 @ 6:06am – by Webteam
Back home  /  News  /  Police step up rural night patrols

Police teams in the Rural Nantwich area, which includes Audlem, are currently running two operations to tackle crime and traffic enforcement.

Operation Gordonia is concentrating on tackling rural crime across the area with additional patrols deployed in the night time hours to conduct vehicle stops, with attempts to disrupt and arrest offenders committing these types of crimes.

Operation Arion is utilising number plate recognition technology on the main arterial routes into Nantwich. The operation is running throughout the day and indicates vehicles that may be used for criminal activity or not be road legal.

The latest newsletter from the Nantwich Neighbourhood Policing Team also highlights that tackling crime and disorder within the Nantwich night-time economy continues to be a high priority.

Patrols were stepped up in August and September at key periods to provide greater visibility and deter further incidents. Following a spate of criminal damage to cars on the outskirts of the town Nantwich police arrested two males.

After a burglary at a rural restaurant in the Nantwich area two males were found to be in possession of the stolen property from the burglary, charged and remanded in custody for the offence.

If you would like to report any incidents, please contact 101, or 999 if it's an emergency. If you would like to discuss any issue with one of your local officers contact them on 0845 4586378 to leave a non-urgent message.

This article is from our news archive. As a result pictures or videos originally associated with it may have been removed and some of the content may no longer be accurate or relevant.

Get In Touch

AudlemOnline is powered by our active community.

Please send us your news and views using the button below:

Village Map

© 2005-2024 AudlemOnline
Visitors Today 0 / July 14,302