Police arrested two men for possession of class A drug cocaine after pubs and bars were raided.
Officers from the Morley neighbourhood police team (NPT) used specially trained drugs dogs during the operation on Saturday night.
A total of seven premises in the town centre were checked as part of the NPT’s ongoing mission to bring drug abusers and dealers to justice.
Acting Sgt Chris Dibbs, of Morley Neighbourhood Operations, said: “Operation Draydon is an initiative that was requested by licensed premises supervisors earlier this year. We have listened and responded to their request and acted swiftly to provide the community with support.
“Saturday’s operation was again another success with the clear message being sent out to illicit drug users in our community’s licensed premises that we can and will visit at any time to detect and discourage drug use.
“The reaction to our visits by the Morley community was as positive and supportive as ever and further deployments are planned soon”
The two men arrested were both aged in their 20s and from the Leeds area.
They were dealt with by NPT officers and later released.
Operation Draydon was launched earlier this year after concerns were raised by staff at pubs and bars in the town.
Saturday’s raids were the third officers have carried out proactive checks.
Anyone with information about drug dealers or abusers should contact the NPT on 101.
Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.