Greater Manchester Police stopped 627 vehicles in a day of action targeting criminals using the roads and motorway networks across the county. Yesterday (Wednesday 4 July) more than 160 specialist operations and divisional police officers and 42 Specials Constables were involved in a crackdown conducting roadside checks at numerous sites across the force area. To find out more about Greater Manchester Police please visit our website. www.gmp.police.uk

Greater Manchester Police stopped 627 vehicles in a day of action targeting criminals using the roads and motorway networks across the county. Yesterday (Wednesday 4 July) more than 160 specialist operations and divisional police officers and 42 Specials Constables were involved in a crackdown conducting roadside checks at numerous sites across the force area. To find out more about Greater Manchester Police please visit our website. www.gmp.police.uk

Chief Superintendent John O’Hare with a hearse, police car, ambulance and taxi which were lined up along Piccadilly Gardens to remind revellers of the consequences of their decisions. The vehicles took their place at the busy city centre location on ‘Mad Friday’ (December 19 2014) to encourage those going out on the busiest night of the year to make responsible choices whilst enjoying the festivities. www.gmp.police.uk

Chief Superintendent John O’Hare with a hearse, police car, ambulance and taxi which were lined up along Piccadilly Gardens to remind revellers of the consequences of their decisions. The vehicles took their place at the busy city centre location on ‘Mad Friday’ (December 19 2014) to encourage those going out on the busiest night of the year to make responsible choices whilst enjoying the festivities. www.gmp.police.uk

Police are warning people to stick to the rules of the road after 74 vehicles drove the wrong way down a motorway slip road.  On 6 September 2015, police were called to the M60 to reports of a serious collision between 2 vehicles. The carriageway was blocked and three people had been injured in the collision, with one of them trapped and needing to be freed by the Fire Service. A number of motorists decided not to wait drove in the wrong way down the slip road. www.gmp.police.uk

Police are warning people to stick to the rules of the road after 74 vehicles drove the wrong way down a motorway slip road. On 6 September 2015, police were called to the M60 to reports of a serious collision between 2 vehicles. The carriageway was blocked and three people had been injured in the collision, with one of them trapped and needing to be freed by the Fire Service. A number of motorists decided not to wait drove in the wrong way down the slip road. www.gmp.police.uk

Greater Manchester Police seized 19 vehicles, prosecuted more than 400 motorists for speeding and seized over £ 4,000 in outstanding fines in its latest clampdown on dangerous & illegal drivers. GMP officers were today (12/912) involved in the day of action that was one of many planned under the Force’s Operation Harvest, which aims to bring a wide range of thieves, thugs and fugitives to justice in the coming months. www.gmp.police.uk

Greater Manchester Police seized 19 vehicles, prosecuted more than 400 motorists for speeding and seized over £ 4,000 in outstanding fines in its latest clampdown on dangerous & illegal drivers. GMP officers were today (12/912) involved in the day of action that was one of many planned under the Force’s Operation Harvest, which aims to bring a wide range of thieves, thugs and fugitives to justice in the coming months. www.gmp.police.uk

Tony Lloyd, Police and Crime Commissioner today joined Police in Bury on a major operation.  The Force arrested 14 people following drugs warrants across.     Shortly after 6am today, Wednesday 6 February 2013, police raided 15 homes at addresses in Radcliffe, Whitefield, Bury east and Bolton.     Fourteen people were arrested on suspicion of drugs offences including conspiracy to supply Class A drugs. They have been taken into police custody for questioning…

Tony Lloyd, Police and Crime Commissioner today joined Police in Bury on a major operation. The Force arrested 14 people following drugs warrants across. Shortly after 6am today, Wednesday 6 February 2013, police raided 15 homes at addresses in Radcliffe, Whitefield, Bury east and Bolton. Fourteen people were arrested on suspicion of drugs offences including conspiracy to supply Class A drugs. They have been taken into police custody for questioning…

Officers and staff of Greater Manchester Police came together today, 11, November 2014, at the Force’s memorial garden in a service of remembrance for those who have died in the service of their country. The service, held at GMP’s Sedgley Park Centre in Prestwich, consisted of prayers, hymns and readings. The Force’s Chief Constable, Sir Peter Fahy, laid a wreath on behalf of the Force. www.gmp.police.uk

Officers and staff of Greater Manchester Police came together today, 11, November 2014, at the Force’s memorial garden in a service of remembrance for those who have died in the service of their country. The service, held at GMP’s Sedgley Park Centre in Prestwich, consisted of prayers, hymns and readings. The Force’s Chief Constable, Sir Peter Fahy, laid a wreath on behalf of the Force. www.gmp.police.uk

An international crime gang suspected of being involved in the sale and supply of drugs in Manchester city centre has been smashed after a series of dawn raids were carried out across Greater Manchester. Officers from the North Manchester division's Organised Crime Unit as well as officers from neighbourhood policing teams and the tactical aid unit, with support from immigration officers, executed 17 warrants this morning, Thursday 5 February 2015. www.gmp.police.uk

An international crime gang suspected of being involved in the sale and supply of drugs in Manchester city centre has been smashed after a series of dawn raids were carried out across Greater Manchester. Officers from the North Manchester division's Organised Crime Unit as well as officers from neighbourhood policing teams and the tactical aid unit, with support from immigration officers, executed 17 warrants this morning, Thursday 5 February 2015. www.gmp.police.uk

Today - 30 May 2013 - has seen the start of Operation Arc Light in the Gorton area of Greater Manchester Police’s North Manchester Division. This operation is intended to express the Force’s commitment to the area of Gorton and its community, disturb criminal activity, provide support to the local community and gather vital intelligence.

Today - 30 May 2013 - has seen the start of Operation Arc Light in the Gorton area of Greater Manchester Police’s North Manchester Division. This operation is intended to express the Force’s commitment to the area of Gorton and its community, disturb criminal activity, provide support to the local community and gather vital intelligence.

GMP works round-the-clock to tackle crime and help to keep communities safe. During 2012-2013 the Force achieved a huge amount and for the first time that work has been brought to life in an 'infographic'. A graphic representation of some of the key facts and figures of what happened during the year and what is planned for the current year.

GMP works round-the-clock to tackle crime and help to keep communities safe. During 2012-2013 the Force achieved a huge amount and for the first time that work has been brought to life in an 'infographic'. A graphic representation of some of the key facts and figures of what happened during the year and what is planned for the current year.

A Greater Manchester Police (GMP) special constable has received a national award to recognise his work to build strong relationships with the Jewish community. Moshe Rothstein, received the Lord Ferrers Individual Achievement Award. Moshe has volunteered more than 800 hours this year alone within the local community and does most of his patrol on foot in all weathers. He is a visible presence within the Jewish community and has been to almost 150 incidents. www.gmp.police.uk

A Greater Manchester Police (GMP) special constable has received a national award to recognise his work to build strong relationships with the Jewish community. Moshe Rothstein, received the Lord Ferrers Individual Achievement Award. Moshe has volunteered more than 800 hours this year alone within the local community and does most of his patrol on foot in all weathers. He is a visible presence within the Jewish community and has been to almost 150 incidents. www.gmp.police.uk

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