Richard Lutz reports on the bankers that have been stealing from us and continue to steal from us
Young people join ‘gangs’ in response to a multitude of hardships and the role of the family should not be exaggerated or stigmatised, says a team of criminologists at London Metropolitan University.
Police, council and religious leaders speak ahead of Saturday’s English Defence League gathering in Birmingham.
Police are also appealing for anyone who saw the attack in Stirchley to come forward.
Four West Midlands police officers have received bravery awards.
A national report into policing mental health suffers has been released.
Reyhana Patel dares to raise the possibility that UK foreign policy may be the real issue that’s ignored when tackling extremism in the UK
A University of Wolverhampton student has been appointed to a national body focused on tackling cyber-crime.
Breaking Stateside news by our hardnosed reporter Howard Elston (CBE) – US authorities have dropped the charges against a Mississippi man accused of sending letters poisoned with Barry Manilow music
Laurence Inman is not in a hopeful mood, despite receiving good news
This week the Silent Witnesses project working with Year Five pupils across ten inner-city primary schools will visit primary schools in Birmingham.
Students at the University of Wolverhampton are working with experts at Victim Support to launch a new advice and support service.
A group of criminology students from Coventry University met with a leading judge and advocate for juvenile justice on a recent fact finding trip to New York.
The Bill proposes wholesale changes to the £5.6bn scrap metal industry, the principle recipients of stolen metal
Howard Elston, our Q/A guy answers the big questions that trouble our planet
Cash ban and police efforts deliver 60% reduction in metal theft attacks
West Midlands Police are to pay tribute to the bravery of their officers.
Energy Networks Association has applauded the efforts of MPs and Peers as the Scrap Metal Dealers Bill has been voted through the House of Lords
Around 70 per cent of women who sleep rough in the UK say they have suffered domestic violence, according to new research at the University of Wolverhampton.
Bromsgrove’s literary group, Words, presents players from The National Theatre in excerpts from London Road
A self-appointed witch doctor has been ordered to pay back £28,500 in one of the most bizarre cases of money-laundering West Midlands Police have encountered.
“You are not alone” is the message from police.
The death of a Birmingham man at a local beauty spot has led to a call for witnesses.
Police are cracking down on illegal road racing in Birmingham.
Experiences at school can be formative in many ways. Laurence Inman shares one of his.
Police are seeking witnesses to a burglary at a top Birmingham venue.
West Midlands Police have released a film aimed at cutting crime against commercial premises.
Van broken into in the car park outside the Walsall Holiday Inn Express and a large number of items stolen
Emma Winnall, the elderly lady found badly beaten in the bed of her Moseley
The British Heart Foundation Acocks Green Furniture & Electrical Store was broken into last Thursday.