A TWO day crackdown on anti-social behaviour and licensing in the borough led to nine arrests.
Over the weekend, Hillingdon Police carried out 38 licensing checks at pubs, bookmakers and other licensed premises, and patrolled the borough’s high streets.
Three people were arrested for robbery, one who was wanted, one for being drunk and disorderly, one for domestic violence, one for taxi touting, one for having an offensive weapon and one for a racially aggravated public order offence.
A total of 56 stops and searches were carried out, as well as 31 alcohol confiscations and 15 dispersals from Uxbridge town centre.
Three pubs were found to be in breach of their licences, including one which did not have the correct CCTV.
Chief Inspector Rob Wilson, who headed the operation, said: “It was a terrific success.
“It is our intention to continue to arrest those who cause trouble in town centres and to make sure those in responsible positions within licensed premises act responsibly for the benefit of all in the community.”