Skip to content

Coronavirus (COVID-19): the policing response and what you need to know

County lines drug dealing

Drug dealing operating from vulnerable premises across the town centre

Actions

  • Thursday 15th April, 2021

    The local Neighbourhood Team work closely with North Somerset Council Community Response Officers and Street Wardens to help provide reassurance to the general public.

    Foot patrols are regularly carried out in hotspot areas, all hours of the day, with particular attention given to the High Street and surrounding areas.

    The public are reminded to call 101 or 999 if they suspect someone of drug dealing.

     

  • Wednesday 14th April, 2021

    The local Neighbourhood Team work closely with North Somerset Council Community Response Officers and Street Wardens to help provide reassurance to the general public.

    Foot patrols are regularly carried out in hotspot areas, all hours of the day, with particular attention given to the High Street and surrounding areas.

  • Tuesday 12th January, 2021

    We have regular meetings between the wider North Somerset and force teams to actively update and monitor our latest risk addresses – anyone at risk is visited regularly and any unwanted visitors causing issues relating to drugs are removed and arrested if offences exist.

    In the last week, we have arrested five individuals by our team alone, on top of other arrests by assisting teams. The patrols, visits and pressure will continue from our team and the other units to make Weston as hostile as possible to drug dealing.

    Any information you have that can assist us, please contact PS Harper via the form on our main Weston Town Centre page.

  • Sunday 10th January, 2021

    A specialist team of officers focused on tackling drugs offences and county lines have greatly increased the number of arrests and pressure on identified county lines to the extent that we have reduced the number of lines operating in the town

Page feedback
Was this page useful? *
What best describes the reason for your visit today?