Vishing Fraud Alert
Players from Newcastle United FC, Sunderland AFC and Middlesbrough FC have joined forces with Northumbria Police and The Children's Society to launch an awareness campaign around Child Sexual Exploitation
On Friday 2nd March TWALHA appeared be for Teesside Crown Court where he pleaded guilty to offence of being Concerned in Supplying a Class A Controlled Drug to another.
He subsequently received a 6 year term of imprisonment for this offence.
Appearing at Newcastle Crown Court on Monday 15th January 2018 4 males from Liverpool have been jailed for in excess of 10 years for their involvement in organised thefts from delivery lorries during which cigarettes and cash to a value in excess of £70,000 was stolen
A gang of drug dealers who were found with more than £2.6 million of cocaine and heroin and nearly £400,000 in cash have been jailed for a total of 52 years years.
Six men have been jailed at Newcastle Crown Court today for a conspiracy that saw them flood the North East with Class A substances.
Op Vinson was a NERSOU led investigation into fraud offences carried out by an organised team of rogue traders / bogus officials specifically targeting elderly and vulnerable victims
NERSOU provided significant support for Operation Archer, a Northumbria Police led covert investigation targeting drug dealers supplying Psychoactive Substances (street name SPICE) within Newcastle City Centre.
Four men were sentenced on 20th October at Newcastle Crown Court for their part in offences investigated as part of Operation Gunnel.
A number of residents from the Newcastle and Stanley areas were today sentenced at Newcastle Crown Court for Fraud and Money Laundering offences committed during 2014.
Fraudsters Targeting High Net
A CYBER criminal has been jailed for targeting a number of corporate websites, including that of Durham Constabulary.
A husband and wife from Scotland have been sentenced at Newcastle Crown Court after admitting their involvement in Fraud and Money Laundering Offences.
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.
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.
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.
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 (3rd April, 2017)
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.
Three men have today been sentenced for fraud offences after targeting vulnerable people across the North East.
On the 17th March 2016 officers from NERSOU, City of London Police and Trading standards supported by the Federation against Copyright Theft (FACT) took part in a day of action targeting people who were involved in the sale and distribution of IPTV android boxes preconfigured to receive subscription only channels without the required payments.
Eight people have been arrested in Teesside as part of a large-scale UK-wide drug bust.
The arrests were part on an operation targeting the supply of Class A drugs into the Cleveland and Northumbria Force areas from areas including Liverpool.
The North East Regional Fraud Team, part of the North East Region Special Operations Unit (NERSOU) were recognised for their efforts and innovation at the Serious and Organised Crime Conference this year and received a Highly commended trophy in the prestigious Keith Hughes Awards.
Cleveland-based organised criminal sentenced to 8 years in prison for his involvement in conspiracy to supply controlled drugs with West Yorkshire criminals
SIX MEN CONVICTED OF CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT FRAUD ACROSS THE UK
The North East Regional Special Operation Unit have been involved in a day of action to disrupt the sale of IP TV boxes which have been illegally modified to stream pirated channels which include movies and sports.
Four men from Manchester have been sentenced after a series of robberies across the country.
On the evening of Thu 28 Jan 16 officers from the North East Special Operations Unit (NERSOU) carried out a large scale drugs operation in the North Tyneside area...
As a result of an investigation by the North East Regional Specialist Operations Unit, Ferguson, Stuart and Wilson were convicted on Friday 6th November 2015 at Newcastle Crown Court
On Monday 28th September 2015 officers from NERSOU supported Cleveland Police and the National Crime Agency (NCA) with the arrest of 5 people. Alan GEE has been was charged on 19th October with conspiring to supply a controlled drug, namely heroin between 09/04/2015 and the 28/09/2015.
Get safe online together with Police forces, partners, other supporters, many other organisations and the media get behind the event to help protect the public and small businesses to stay safe online.With the impending launch of the North East CiSP (Cyber-security Information Sharing Platform) in December, local business' are invited to express their interest...
Operation Scorpion was a reactive investigation by the NERSOU Operation Bombay team into the theft of large quantities of cigarettes from vehicles targeted specifically on the car parks of Cash and Carry Stores across the North of England. On Monday 28th September 2015, 5 men were sentenced as part of the operation.
On Monday 8th June 2015 two males were stopped by police in a vehicle driving on the A19 just outside of Middlesbrough, Cleveland. When searched the vehicle was found to contain a significant quantity of controlled drugs, namely heroin.
Three men, aged 30, 36 and 19 and a 55-year-old woman, all from Slovakia, were arrested on suspicion of trafficking people into the UK for exploitation.
Hackers as young as 12 have been summoned to a pioneering cyber boot camp to ensure they end up on the right side of the law.
The identification and relentless disruption of Organised Crime Groups harming North East Communities
To protect the communities of Cleveland,
Durham and Northumbria from Serious and Organised Crime
To pursue criminals lawfully and relentlessly in accordance with the police code of ethics
The North East Regional Cyber Crime Unit under took their first face to face restorative conference today between a cyber offender and representatives of a company who had been the victims of a web site defacement.
NERSOU provided significant support for Operation Velvet, a Durham Police led covert investigation targeting the supply of controlled drugs, specifically Heroin and Crack Cocaine within Horden and surrounding areas.
Don’t Be Fooled is a partnership between FFA UK and Cifas. It aims to inform students and young people about the risks of giving out their bank details, and deter them from becoming money mules.
Click here to see a gallery of all the criminals that have been arrested and imprisoned by NERSOU.
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