Criminals found officers knocking on their doors during a day of action in Kettering and Corby.
Police were busy on Tuesday (September 18) when they took part in another high impact day in the county.
During the day, they made 18 disruption visits to previous offenders in Kettering and Corby.
Officers also executed three search warrants for premises in Kettering, resulting in two arrests and seizure of an amount of drugs and property.
The operation also saw officers in plain clothes and uniform patrolling some of Kettering’s burglary hotspots, as well as uniform patrols carried out in the town centres to prevent retail crime.
As part of the initiative, officers completed bail and curfew checks of all bailed offenders in Kettering and Corby.
A police spokesman said the high impact day also included an operation using automatic number plate recognition in Kettering, which resulted in two cars being seized for no insurance, three tickets issued to drivers for use of mobile phones, five tickets issued for not wearing a seat belt and three tickets issued for driving without insurance.
Officers were also involved in the pursuit and recovery of a stolen car, of which the occupants were then arrested.