Crimestoppers offers a reward of up to £2,000 for information on the whereabouts of Niron Parker-Lee.
Pay what you can is the theme for a night at the Rep.
Initiative follows upsurge in violent incidents.
Campaign to raise awareness of fraud among voters in the West Midlands launched.
Callous thieves steal from gardening project.
Free seminar will arm businesses with knowledge to prevent cyberattacks.
COBRA cancels Christmas in ISIS crisis.
Prime Minister triumphant as opponent of “ALL THAT WE HOLD DEAR IN BRITAIN” is neutralised.
How West Midlands Police are turning the tables on slave drivers.
Crime safety advice for shoppers.
Police and travel companies launch safety campaign.
Jacqui Kennedy, Birmingham City Council’s Acting Strategic Director of Place, warns of the dangers of rogue DIY traders during the summer months.
Restorative Justice programme tackling ASB on public transport celebrates successful first year.
City council roadshows to warn of rogue traders.
Students aim to raise funds for the homeless with ‘refreshed’ fashion goods.
Helena Fernandez Fuentes tells why she will be in London this afternoon.
Stay switched on to phone scam, fraud police urge.
Police warning follows spate of bar thefts.
Firearm surrender a “life-saver” as 131 guns handed to police.
Meeting to help tackle fast-growing threat.
Victims families receive reassurance despite no significant evidence coming to light.
Brave members of the public stepped in to stop what is believed to have been a homophobic robbery attempt in Birmingham’s gay quarter overnight.
Dave Woodhall on a secret weapon against telephone fraudsters.
Bereaved family issue statement following sentencing.
Bogus driver given birthdate that doesn’t exist.
Film and talk to examine the causes of the 2011 riots.
Proceeds from recovered property helps local groups.
Christmas may be over but the dangers of drinking driving remain, as Joanne Berry of legal firm Pannone explains.
A free professorial lecture exploring the criminal justice system in modern Britain is taking place at Coventry University on Monday 25th November.
Jail sentences handed to charity collection thieves owes more to outside pressure than the desire for justice, argues Dave Woodhall.