Operation Stevenstone was a Pro-active investigation into the large scale supply and distribution of Controlled Drugs in the North East of England.
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.
Cash has been seized following cross-over enquiries by both NERSOU and Cheshire Police into drug trafficking that was believed to be taking place between Organised Crime Groups in each of their areas.
Members of a network behind a cross-country drugs operation which aimed to flood Teesside with heroin and cocaine have been jailed for a total of more than 73 years.
On Friday 15th June 2018, 2 males from Blackpool were jailed for 8 years 9 months for their involvement in conspiracy to commit fraud, the males jointly carried out credit card fraud valued in excess of £140,000.00.
NERSOU is currently investigating a Fraud Vishing Scam and has produced a flyer to warn members of the public regarding this scam
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.
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.
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