The crimes have taken place in Preston, Chorley, Blackpool, Burnley and Darwen.
Here are the most serious offenders. This is not a list of all offenders jailed, but of those who have committed serious offences when Lancashire Police have deemed it worthy to release their custody photographs to the public.
1. Jack Jones
Fleetwood man Jack Jones, of Grange Road, who stalked and threatened a female police officer was jailed for 16 weeks and issued with a restraining order to protect the officer earlier this month. Jones, 21, is said to have regularly threatened a female police officer while she was on duty, and often waited for her to finish her shift by loitering around the police station on North Church Street.
2. Paul Bolton
County lines dealer Paul Bolton, who hid crack cocaine in his underpants to sell drugs in Chorley was jailed for two and a half years in prison on September 2. Bolton was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs after he ran away from plain clothes officers on Eaves Green Road on December 16, 2019.
3. Carl Savage
Blackpool paedophile, Carl Savage, 49, of East Topping Street who tried to encourage a schoolboy to engage in phone sex and acts on video was jailed for 10 months and given an indefinite sexual harm prevention order earlier this month. Savage, thought he was speaking to a 14-year-old boy but was actually speaking to a "very young looking 29-year old" decoy, asked for lewd pictures, sent explicit messages and tried to encourage sexual conversations.
4. Drug gang
Members of an organised crime gang who conspired to supply Class A drugs in Burnley and exploit vulnerable children into selling drugs have been jailed for a combined total of nearly 60 years. Junaid Khan, 20, of Green Street, Burnley; Zain Khan, 21, of Fraser Street, Burnley; Gemma Jackson, 25, of Ightenhill Park Lane, Burnley; Ellis, 21, of Beech Street, Padiham; and Safdar, 20, of Elm Street, Burnley, all pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine. Jabbar, 22, last of Granville Street, Burnley; Pickard, 49, of Marles Court, Burnley; Catlow, 36, of Nelson Square, Burnley, was found guilty of the same offences. Joshua Jackson, 20, of Briercliffe Road, Burnley; and Brown, 49, of no fixed address, both pleaded guilty to supplying heroin and crack cocaine.