Staffordshire police officers have been out in force on the Chase using the flying recording device to search for any dirt bikes, scooters or motorbikes causing a nuisance.
They were out at the beauty spot on Monday and stopped two men who they caught riding. Their off-road bikes have since been seized.
A spokesman for Staffordshire Police said officers were working hard to make sure the Chase was a safe place for all visitors.
Sergeant Kathryn Tomkins, from the Cannock Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “Staffordshire Police deal with many complaints from residents, families, mountain bike riders and horse riders in relation to off-road bikes at locations all over Staffordshire.
“Not only is this dangerous for others using the common areas but the noise and pollution is classed as anti-social behaviour.
“The team have worked hard to make sure that communities are safe and enjoy what Staffordshire has to offer.