West Midlands Police football unit signs up for Great Birmingham Run.
“Blame for proposed closures lies with goverment.”
Police and travel companies launch safety campaign.
Your chance to influence force policy.
Police warning follows spate of bar thefts.
Measures come into force on 24th September.
Police renew calls to the public to help identify would-be terrorists.
New laws will help empower communities.
Force spearheading equality in leading roles.
West Midlands Police have launched an innovative new website aimed at keeping the students of the region safe.
Police in Birmingham are wishing the region’s Irish community a happy St Patrick’s Day and encouraging those who join the city’s celebrations to have a safe and enjoyable weekend.
Bogus driver given birthdate that doesn’t exist.
As the national police lead for tackling domestic abuse calls on forces to “get the basics right”, we look at the evolving approach in south Birmingham that’s encouraging more victims to take a stand.
With new inquests due to take place next year, the search for the truth is becoming more important.
“You are not alone” is the message from police.
Agencies throughout Birmingham are working to stamp out bogus fund raising.
…don’t drink if you’re driving is the warning from local police.
The West Midlands force have reassured local people that the region’s policing will not be affected during the Games.
Transforming the organisation is ‘critical to its future’, says Chief Constable
Police are asking for help as they investigate a recent crash.
West Midlands Police are holding a public meeting tomorrow to further consider their response to last August’s disorder.
West Midlands Police continue to deal with some instances of disorder across the region.