Uninsured drivers targeted in Havering Police crackdown
A total of 25 cars were seized by Havering Police in the latest blitz on uninsured drivers.
The ninth Operation Cubo, which took place on Thursday May 24, aims to disrupt criminal activity in the borough.
Officers were supported by traffic, territorial support group, safer transport command in the co-ordinated series of operations, which included roadside checkpoints.
Since the first Cubo, more than 4,500 vehicles have been seized across London. and hundreds of people have been arrested.
Chief Inspector David Hay, from Havering Police, said: “Uninsured drivers are more likely to be involved in criminal activity, five times more likely to be involved in collisions and less likely to have vehicles in a roadworthy condition.
“This was an excellent day’s work and we successfully removed a large number of uninsured vehicles from the streets of Havering. We will continue to target uninsured drivers in Havering as part of our total war on crime.”
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