Arrests made in Redbridge licensing crackdown
Redbridge Police made arrests, gave penalties and seized property as part of a licensing crackdown on Friday.
Operation Condor took place London-wide to target premises and individuals flouting licensing laws.
In Redbridge, 10 people were arrested, two penalty notices for disorder and two fixed penalty notices were issued and two seizures were made.
Dispersal orders were also issued, along with 18 prostitute cautions - which are usually given to people suspected to be selling sex in a public place.
Two vehicle-related issues were reported.
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The Safer Neighbourhoods Teams and volunteer police officers were supported by the UK Border Agency, council licensing officers, trading standards, anti-social behaviour team, and food safety on the day.
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