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Birmingham No Deal

Birmingham No Deal - taking drug dealers off your streets

Birmingham No Deal

A major blitz on suspected drug dealers is taking place in Birmingham.

Codenamed No Deal, the move was sparked by concerns from local people that drug dealing was taking place on their streets.

The operation - which launched on 15 September 2015 - is the result of months of careful planning with police officers working hard to develop the publics’ suspicions into information which was then presented to local magistrates who granted search warrants.

In addition to any jail sentences, fines or unpaid work handed out by the courts, those found guilty of crimes face the prospect of being evicted from their homes as officers work with housing associations and landlords.

Birmingham No Deal

Follow this link for the details of your local officers and what local people have said their priorities should be.

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Arrest Tally:

  • 44 x arrested.
  • 41 x charged and put before the courts.
  • 3 x Remain on police bail pending further inquiries.

Useful Links:

Birmingham City Council offer an online reporting facility for issues such as anti-social behaviour, noise nuisance, broken street lighting and litter. You can also call them on 0121 303 1111.

Community Payback is where offenders work on projects to pay back the community for their crimes. Projects which are supervised can include decorating community centres, removing graffiti, litter picking and so on. Follow the link to nominate a project your area or call the Staffordshire and West Midlands Community Rehabilitation Company on 0121 634 1394.

Crimestoppers are an independent charity helping law enforcement to locate criminals and help solve crimes. They have an anonymous phone number that people can call to pass on information about crime and a form on their website. You don't have to give your name or any of your personal details and the charity do not trace calls or track IP addresses. Call 0800 555 111.

Reach Out Recovery offers treatment and recovery services to support anyone experiencing difficulties with drugs and/or alcohol in a range of local community settings across Birmingham. Their services are free and confidential. Call them now on 0121 227 5890.

Talk to Frank offers friendly confidential drugs advice. As well as providing answers through a live chat facility on their website, questions can also be phoned or emailed in. For a quick answer text your question to 82111.