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Officers from our Operational Support Group (OSG) have made another six arrests, continuing their prolific work in keeping you safe.
Yesterday (Tuesday 29 August), the OSG carried out a range of activities in support of different teams from across the force.
As part of this they made six arrests in connection with investigations into domestic abuse offences and drug driving.
They also helped in the search for a missing person who was later located, carried out high visibility patrols, carried out proactive arrest attempts, and responded to incidents.
Chief Inspector Richard Baxter, who leads the OSG, said:
“The variety of work carried out yesterday highlights the different ways my team keep you safe every day.
“Tackling what we describe as ‘high harm’ offences, like domestic abuse, is a priority for the force and we’re no different.
“By supporting investigative teams and bringing suspects into custody, we’re making a difference to victims of crime.
“And we’ll be out again doing it all over again today.”
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