LET'S set the scene. It was January 16 at 3pm.
A man and woman were in a parked car near Bigge Street, acting in what police said was a suspicious manner.
Enter Liverpool local area command's proactive crime team.
Constable Stewart Judd, 27, Constable Stephanie McBeath, 23, and Probationary Constable Sean Jones, 29, searched the pair.
They will allege a small amount of what is believed to be the drug ice and cash were found on a 25-year-old Liverpool man.
They also allege they found about 20 grams of the same drug after searching the car and a 29-year-old Villawood woman.
Constable Judd, has been part of the unit for more than two years and has dealt with many incidents.
"When you get results, there's nothing more satisfying," he said.
"We go out there and find the job and don't let it come to us.
"This is definitely why I joined the police force.
"I get to speak to the offenders and it's an in-your-face kind of policing.
"I think it's the best way of policing because you let them know we're out there."
The proactive team patrols the Liverpool CBD and targets drug-related crime.
Their aim is to interrupt potential criminal activity.
"Judd, McBeath and Jones are considered outstanding young police officers who will never take a backward step, no matter who they face up to," Superintendent Ray King said.
"These young police officers have already seen the devastation that illicit drugs cause, leading to death and mental illness."
The Villawood woman was charged with dealing in the proceeds of crime and supplying a prohibited drug.
She has been remanded to appear in Campbelltown Local Court on March 5.
The Liverpool man was charged with possessing a prohibited drug and goods in custody. He's been bailed to appear in Campbelltown Local Court on February 26.