North West Regional Organised Crime Unit

Latest News

To read about our most recent operations and successes click on the links below.

Thu 15th, Sep

Ten remain in custody in relation to multi million drugs investigation.

The North West Regional organised crime unit (TITAN) has arrested ten people after executing eight search warrants across Merseyside and Manchester in relation to the supply of Class A drugs, today (Wednesday 14 September).

Fri 29th, Jul

Operation Fordell

A Cumbrian man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison following TITAN’s biggest seizure of firearms in the North West.

Fri 29th, Jul

Operation Kopis

North West Gang caught in Titan's Biggest Drugs Seizure Jailed for 73 Years

Wed 29th, Jun

ATM Team charged with conspiracy to cause explosions

Eight men have been charged following their arrest yesterday as part of an investigation by ‘Titan’, the North-west regional organised crime unit, and Police Scotland.

Tue 28th, Jun

TITAN make arrests on ATM Gas attack series.

Five men from Merseyside have been arrested in dawn raids this morning as part of a Titan-led investigation into a series of high-value attacks on cash machines in England and Scotland.

Tue 17th, May

TITAN seize massive haul of cocaine in Liverpool

£16 Million worth of cocaine recovered

Fri 29th, Apr

Money laundering gang jailed

A Manchester gang who laundered millions for organised crime groups throughout the North-west have been jailed for 28 years following an investigation by ‘Titan’.

Tue 26th, Apr

Cyber team arrest man in Manchester in relation to international fraud enquiry

34 arrested in Spain as enquiry continues

Mon 11th, Apr

Gang who supplied multi million worth of drugs to South Wales jailed.

A North-west gang has been jailed today for 51 years for distributing multi-million pound quantities of drugs to South Wales.

Thu 10th, Mar

Gang Jailed for 62 Years

Thirteen people from Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Yorkshire have been jailed for a total of 62 years for conspiring to supply Class A and B drugs.