Extra police officers to tackle drug dealing in Grimsby-area
Extra police officers are set to tackle drug dealing in the Grimsby area to "send out a strong message that this will not be tolerated."
Humberside Police is renewing its Operation Impact with more officers from across the force executing Misuse of Drug Act Warrants, targeting key offenders and seizing drugs, money and property linked to criminality.
Detective Chief Inspector Paul Kirby said: "OCGs undoubtedly harm communities by supplying and dealing drugs. This makes them a magnet for people with substance misuse issues, leading to crime and anti-social behaviour in the... read more
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