Drink and drug drivers named in force first.
“If you drink, don’t drive.”
West Midlands Police is set to improve the handling of its non-emergency calls with the launch of two new contact centres today.
Witnesses to incident sought.
Advice for trick or treaters and people at home.
A campaign launched by West Midlands Police to raise awareness of human trafficking is going down a storm on social media.
Claim by West Midlands Chief Constable.
Force looks at making savings in order to maintain services.
Tackling knife crime throughout the region.
Recognition for bringing about law change.
Crime does pay for local hospice.
Warning of driving bans and vehicle seizures.
Recognition for outstanding service to the community.
Investigation promised into Handsworth man’s arrest.
Local police aim to recruit more volunteer officers.
Safer travel as police watch over new starters.
“Have a safe and enjoyable carnival” is the police message to anyone attending Sunday’s Handsworth festivities.
With new inquests due to take place next year, the search for the truth is becoming more important.