Below is a list of press releases that we have issued in relation to Titan operations.
28 members of a gang who conspired to traffic millions of pounds of drugs from Merseyside to Scotland have been jailed for a total of 275 years.
A North-west drug dealer who was jailed for seven years for conspiring to supply Class A drugs in Southport has had £700,000-worth of assets stripped from him.
The last man outstanding on a law enforcement hit-list of armed robbers from Salford has been captured in Spain.
An investigation led by Titan (North West Regional Organised Crime Unit) has led to the biggest drug seizure since the unit started in 2008, after officers recovered, what is believed to be cocaine, with a potential street value of £12 million.
Scott Foster, aged 32, of Danygraig Terrace, Trebanog, Mid Glamorgan pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and was sentenced to eight years and six months.
Haulage firms and truck drivers involved in organised crime across the North West are being targeted by law enforcement agencies during a 12-month crackdown.
A total of 21 now charged in relation to this investigation.
The North West Regional Organised Crime Unit (Titan) can confirm that a fifteenth man has been charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs today (Monday, 22 October 2012).
Officers from the North West Regional Organised Crime Unit (Titan) have arrested 17 people on suspicion of drugs offences today (Thursday, 18 October 2012) as part of an investigation into a multi-million pound drugs conspiracy.
Titan have charged six further persons in this enquiry.