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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Operation Thistle Arrests

Wed 28th, Jun

On 27/06/2017 a 37 year old man and 35 year old woman were arrested on suspicion of fraud by NERSOU Officers. This type of fraud concerns computer software service fraud.

South Shields Men Jailed For Courier Fraud

Fri 09th, Jun

Appearing at Newcastle Crown Court on Friday 9th June 2017 Two South Tyneside men have been jailed for the courier frauds that saw them claim to be police to con elderly people out of cash.

Op SCHOOMAKER Update

Mon 22nd, May

Today (22/05/2017), Jamie Malloy, 27, of Swan Street, Monkwearmouth was sentenced to 6 years 4 months imprisonment after admitting conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

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