Crowds return for a busy but well-behaved night on the town.
Appeal to trace thugs who beat defenceless man in Birmingham.
Cost of controversial police deputy revealed.
Security roadshow heads to Snow Hill.
Police response followed policy before missing man found murdered.
Should private companies be undertaking police work? Dave Woodhall argues not.
Six guns seized and five arrested in space of 24 hours.
Police watchdog to probe botched slavery investigation on Chinese restaurants.
Greater visible presence of officers on the streets to reassure the public.
Helen Dixon House receives grant aid from police charity.
Initiative follows upsurge in violent incidents.
Campaign to raise awareness of fraud among voters in the West Midlands launched.
West Midlands Police football unit signs up for Great Birmingham Run.
“Blame for proposed closures lies with goverment.”
How West Midlands Police are turning the tables on slave drivers.
Under Corbyn the haves will have a little less and the have nots will have a little hope, writes Steve Beauchampé.
Enjoy yourselves and stay safe – message.
Kings Heath’s Hare and Hounds was the venue last night for the first appearance in Birmingham of Police Dog Hogan
Operation Goliath targets Halloween and Bonfire Night anti-social behaviour.
Dave Woodhall comments on the increasing use of private security in public situations.
Your chance to influence force policy.
Police plan for business as usual as protesters visit Birmingham this Saturday.
Personal skills course on offer.
Measures come into force on 24th September.
Inspector Michael Brown named as Top Cop 2014.
Scheme reduces demand on police and ambulance service.
Police renew calls to the public to help identify would-be terrorists.
New laws will help empower communities.
Firearm surrender a “life-saver” as 131 guns handed to police.
The police liaison officer who saw it all.