Three young men were arrested for drugs and immigration offences during police raids in Hounslow town centre on Thursday (May 21).
In a joint operation police, together with the council's licensing team, trading standards and immigration officers, carried out the day of action to tackle antisocial behaviour and associated crimes in the borough.
Officers executed search warrants around shisha cafés and licensed premises.
Three men in their 20s were arrested for possession of class B drugs, a public order offence, and an immigration offence, after police executed a drugs search warrant at Chnarok restaurant on Hanworth Road.
Around 50 kilos of illegally imported non-duty paid shisha tobacco and cigarettes were also seized at the site.
One man has since been charged with possession of cannabis and a man has received a penalty notice for a public order offence.
Enquiries are ongoing in relation to a man arrested on suspicion of immigration offences.
Acting Sergeant Dan Cooper, of Hounslow neighbourhood policing team, said: "The day's operation set out to tackle antisocial behaviour and drug dealing at venues who have ignored compliance to the law.
"The majority of shisha and licensed premises in Hounslow are legitimately run and effectively managed, however with the help of our residents we have received and acted on intelligence indicating that venues have failed to adhere to strict licensing laws.
"We routinely deliver operations like this with the support of our communities and partners and would like to remind the public that we will listen to and act on concerns and intelligence received."
Anyone experiencing anti social behaviour or with a community concern contact police on 101 or in an emergency 999.