North East Regional Special Operations Unit

Our Vision

The identification and relentless disruption of Organised Crime Groups harming North East Communities

Our Mission

To protect the communities of Cleveland, Durham and Northumbria from Serious and Organised Crime

Our Values

To pursue criminals lawfully and relentlessly in accordance with the police code of ethics

our mission

8

Firearms recovered

£68,928,894.00

Drugs recovered

254

Criminals arrested

350

Years imprisoned

£941,084.00

Cash Seized

£1,788,424.74

Confiscation orders
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COURIER FRAUD - SIX MEN SENTENCED TO 41 YEARS

Fri 15th, Apr

Between the 2/6/2014 – 15/12/14 a series of Courier Fraud offences occurred across the UK, including the North East of England, in which 43 victims were defrauded of over £100,000.

East Durham Male Charged with DoS Attacks

Thu 14th, Apr

A man from east Durham is to appear before local magistrates charged with committing denial of service attacks against various websites, including that of Durham Constabulary.

Drug criminal tried to flee UK in lorry to avoid arrest

Fri 08th, Apr

A Yorkshire-based organised criminal, who tried to leave the UK hidden in a lorry to avoid being arrested for supplying class A drugs, has been sentenced to 8 years in prison.

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