A further 29 arrests have been made this weekend in connection with ongoing protest activity at Kingsbury Oil Terminal.
Those taken into custody this weekend were arrested for offences including criminal damage, conspiracy to cause criminal damage and conspiracy to commit public nuisance.
This takes the total number of arrests to 180 since protest activity began on 1 April.
The public will continue to see a heightened police presence in the vicinity of the site over the coming days.
Assistant Chief Constable Ben Smith said: “It has been another busy weekend for the force as protestors continue to target the Kingsbury site. As a result of unlawful protest activity another 29 people have been arrested and taken into custody.
“This weekend’s protest activity has been contained to the Piccadilly Way area and has caused little disruption to the wider community, or to the operations of the oil terminal.
“While we will always recognise and respect the public’s right to peaceful protest, we will take action against anyone who breaks the law or causes significant impact on the local community.
“Finally I’d like to thank the public for their ongoing patience and offer reassurance that we continue to do everything we can to minimise disruption to both the local community and the road networks, while trying to ensure Kingsbury are able to undertake their day-to-day operational activity.”