Officers from the Town Centre Neighbourhood Team completed both foot patrols and mobile patrols throughout Peterlee during the weekend.
The team spoke to a number of youths suspected of being involved in anti-social behaviour before they returned them home to parents.
Peterlee Police have said that their details will be passed to Durham County Council's Anti-Social Behaviour Escalation Team for follow up in due course.
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The team have also issued a number of Traffic 183 warning notices to persons believed to have been using their vehicles in an anti-social manner and the vehicles will be seized if this happens again.
Peterlee Police said in a statement following the weekend patrols: “We will continue to take positive action in respect of anti-social behaviour and anti-social use of vehicles, two of the Team's current priorities."