Friday 27 September saw the start of two days of action under Operation Harness across the town and the county.
It was the biggest day of action since the operation started, beginning at 4am on 27 September and ending at 6am on Saturday 28 September.
The operation started with early morning warrants executed at residential addresses in three locations around Swindon.
Pictured by Richard Wintle of Calyx, Wiltshire Police Chief Constable Pat Geenty at North Swindon District Centre
Below, reviewing drugs paraphanalia after a drugs raid in the railway village
The two days included:
• Drug enforcement at secondary schools in Swindon
• Dispersal order enforcement at the Orbital Shopping Centre in Swindon
• Street surgeries and bike marking events
• Rural crime patrols
• Anti-social crime patrols
• Speed enforcement
• Some covert operations
• ‘Boy racer’ patrols
• Licensed premises checks
Activity also took place in Swindon, Trowbridge, Chippenham, Warminster, Devizes, Amesbury, Tisbury/Mere and Pewsey.
Wiltshire Police Chief Constable Pat Geenty and Swindon Angus Macpherson attended a number of locations where officers were carrying out raids and inspections, including Lydiard Park Academy in West Swindon.
Wiltshire Police Chief Constable Pat Geenty and Swindon Angus Macpherson with Lydiard Park Academy headteacher Clive Zimmerman watching hard working sniffer dog Griffin and dog handler PC Marie Poole checking pupils for illegal substances Images by Richard Wintle of Calyx,