Police and council officers target fly-tipping in Ollerton

Council officers joined police on the streets of Ollerton in a bid to tackle illegal waste and fly-tippers.

Friday, 22nd July 2022, 11:50 am

The joint operation by Newark & Sherwood Council and Nottinghamshire Police’s Ollerton neighbourhood policing team saw a number of drivers dealt with for offences regarding waste carrying and license documentation, while a vehicle was also seized.

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A police team spokesman said, after the July 19 operation: “Fly-tipping has a detrimental impact on the community and will be dealt with accordingly by the police and partner agencies.

The team ready for action.

“If you witness any vehicles carrying a dangerous or insecure load, or suspect offences relating to fly-tipping / waste carrying are being committed please call 101 and report it.”

A vehicle is seized.
Police and council officers worked together.