The new head of counter terrorism for the West Midlands is urging women to help stop young people getting involved in the Syrian conflict.
Det Chief Supt. Sue Southern, who took up her new role this week, will launch a campaign in Birmingham today (April 24) aimed at safeguarding youngsters tempted to join the fighting.
A Shirley resident who claimed that a cocktail of drugs discovered at his flat were for him and his friends has been jailed for two years and 10 months.
Oliver Riando was interviewed back in August 2013 as officers from the Shirley policing neighbourhood team responded to concerns about suspicious activity at his Stratford Road flat.
The application process for 450 police constable jobs closes from midday on Friday (25 April), West Midlands Police has confirmed.
After this time no further forms can be downloaded or submitted.
"We tracked them and saw that they had broken down a brick wall, were also smashing up paving slabs and were picking up rubble with the obvious intent to use them against the police cordons. This was the point where the helicopter came into its own!" Today's We are 40 blog tells the dramatic story of how the force first used a helicopter to police a disorder in Digbeth.
The latest weapon in the fight against inconsiderate drivers putting children’s lives at risk has been unveiled by Walsall police.
Tiny tots from Park Hall Junior Academy will be joining officers on patrol and using ‘pester-power’ to get parents on the school run to stick to the law.