The head of a police operation to cage violent carnival goers has said his team will relentlessly raid suspects' houses until spring.
On Tuesday during dawn raids, three suspects were arrested as part of Operation Stockhom, spearheaded by Det Insp Les Newman.
He said: "We can keep on going until March. We can do three of these raids per week - that's the message we are putting out.We can carry on until March.And we are looking to get a slot on Crimewatch before Christmas."
A 16-year-old youth was bundled from his North Kensington family home by riot police on suspicion of violent disorder.
The same day two other suspects had a rude awakening from officers in balaclavas who smashed down their front doors before handcuffing and arresting them.
If found guilty, they face up to five years in prison.
DI Newman leads a unit of 10 officers set up the day after a three-hour riot which marked the bloody finale of the Notting Hill Carnival on bank holiday Monday August, 25.
Starting at 7am, he led the booted and helmeted riot police to the three addresses where they used a metal battering ram to break down doors.
The unit is based at secret headquarters specially set up for carnival. CCTV stills and photographs of all wanted suspects are on display on a giant noticeboard, many with the word 'charged' written across them in bold red letters.