Staff from both New South Wales and the Queensland police were kept busy over the weekend with two crackdowns on crime.
On Saturday, police from QLD and NSW conducted operation Unison, in which numerous police from both forces were deployed to locations on either side of the border to conduct random breath tests and to identify outstanding wanted offenders.
All vehicles travelling South on the M1 at Tugun and vehicles travelling North on the M1 at the Stewart St exit in QLD were stopped.
As a result of the operation NSW Police conducted 457 RBT tests that resulted in 9 PCA offences, 1 Possess Drug, 3 x Infringements, 1 drive suspended and 1 Drive in a speed dangerous over 70km/h.
Police will continue in the future to conduct similar operations to ensure the community’s safety on the roads.
Operation Titan to disrupt crime
Operation Titan was held on Friday 29 March 2019 across the Tweed Byron Police District to address property and violence offences, with the aim of preventing and disrupting crime.
Twenty-five police were deployed during the high visibility operation from Tweed Heads to Byron Bay.
In response to crime, 4 people were arrested in NSW for 13 charges, 1 person was arrested in Queensland and will be charged with 10+ offences.
During the operation police conducted checks on licensed premises, offenders on bail, offenders on the Child Protection Register and families with enforceable Apprehended Violence Orders to ensure compliance with specific conditions, to reduce crime and keep the community safe.
Police also used it as an opportunity to engage the community to gather information and provide crime prevention advice.
Operation Titan will continue to be held on a regular basis across the Tweed Byron Police District.
If anyone has any information in relation to criminal activity in their area or to their knowledge are encourage to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.