taken from the sunderland echo

by

Chief Superintendent Dave Pryer

Police have launched a major crackdown on rogue bouncers working illegally in Sunderland city centre.

OPERATION BARRACUDA aims to tackle security staff working without a licence as well as venues that allow drug use on their premises.

From tonight there will be:
– More police hitting the city centre streets. – T2S
– Drug-testing kits to detect substance use.
– Spot checks on door staff.
– Security checks on CCTV systems and other safety equipment.

ACOUPLE OF QUOTES FROM PRYER.

“comply or face the consequences because we are not going to go away”

“Anyone found breaching the law will be given a warning, summons, fixed penalty notice or could face closure”

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