Chiswick Police Report On Operation Condor

Police patrol High Road and search local pubs


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Police in Chiswick arrested one man and issued a warning on drugs to another during a search of local pubs and patrols on Chiswick High Road as part of Operation Condor.

Over thirty people were searched as police officers and PCSOs conducted high visibility patrols to prevent and deter alcohol-related disorder last Friday (June 29) and Saturday ( June 30) The operation took place between 4pm and 2am.

A police statement said; "During the late shifts, Officers completed numerous satisfactory licensing visits to licensed premises in Chiswick.

Officers were working in uniform and plain clothes, identifying possible drug users within pubs.

Over 30 people were searched, resulting in a male being arrested for failing to appear at a Magistrate's court.  Another male was searched and found to be in possession of herbal cannabis and was subsequently issued with a cannabis warning.

Police received positive feedback from both pub staff and local residents.

Further work towards Operation Condor  will continue throughout the Summer in London."

July 2, 2012