DRUGS and weapons have been seized in raids on two Kirklees clubs.
Police who raided a snooker clubs in Batley and Dewsbury also made a number of arrests, as they recovered cannabis and weapons including an axe and a Samurai sword.
The operation was part of the summer-long Kirklees Anti Social Behaviour Challenge.
Police officers were joined by fire officers, Customs and Excise, Gambling Commission officials and Kirklees Licensing officers in the two raids.
Three men aged 29, 28 and 27 were all arrested in connection with using the premises in Bradford Road, Batley, for the supply of controlled substances.
A 25 year old man was also arrested who was wanted by police for other matters.
Thirteen gaming machines were seized from the premises for joint investigation by the agencies involved. An axe, samurai sword and a sheath knife were also recovered from the premises.
Further house searches in the Heckmondwike, Batley and Batley Carr area were undertaken where an amount of suspected cannabis was also recovered.
At the snooker club on Mill Street East in Dewsbury a large area of the building was closed down due to a breach of fire regulations.
Insp Nicola Gibson believes the partnership effort is really making a difference. She said: "This is really a sign of our intentions and is the first time that these particular agencies have worked together in this way across our region."
"In this particular warrant we did notice a large number of young people frequenting the snooker hall and it is those young people we need to engage with".