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

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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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Paul DIXON admits cyber attacks

Wed 05th, Apr

Paul Dixon, 23, of the Avenue, Seaham, pleaded guilty at Newcastle Crown Court to five offences under the Computer Misuse Act 1990 on the day his trial was due to start today.

Revealed: The drug dealing gang who brought millions of pounds of cocaine to Sunderland

Wed 15th, Mar

Following a protracted covert investigation by officer’s from NERSOU a gang of drugs dealers who brought cocaine worth millions of pounds to Wearside have been jailed for a total of more than 54 years.

Stephen Lawrence suspect Neil Acourt jailed over £4m drug plot

Fri 24th, Feb

Through a joint operation between the NERSOU and the Metropolitan Police Service, a man who was previously a suspect in the Stephen Lawrence murder case has been jailed for more than six years over a £4m drugs plot.

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