We are appealing for information after a man was stabbed multiple times on Wood Lane in the Bartley Green area of Birmingham last Friday (7 August).
Officers have praised two passers-by who bravely stepped in to help after a callous criminal punched a pensioner on a mobility scooter and tried to rob him.
Zahid Akhtar, who also pulled off his elderly victim's glasses, has now been jailed for four years.
We want to trace this man after a police officer was dragged along the road by a car in Birmingham.
We’ve identified Mohammed Banaras as a prime suspect after the officer was pulled around 50ft on Percy Road, Sparkhill, on Saturday (8 August).
We shut down 125 parties and raves - and closed a pub - as officers took action to stop illegal gatherings and anti-social behaviour across the region over the weekend.
We are appealing for witnesses and dashcam footage after an 18-year-old man suffered a gunshot wound in Coventry in the early hours of Saturday (8 August).
Officers were alerted after reports of shots being fired at Edgwick Park, at around 1am.
We have charged two further men with murder in our ongoing investigations into a fatal shooting in Birmingham more than two years ago.
We’ve charged a seventh person with conspiring to kill a man who was shot dead in a drive-by shooting in Birmingham last year.
Wasim Hussain, from Gerrard Street in Lozells, was charged on Friday (7 August) with conspiring to murder Dante Mullings in Ladywood on 7 May 2019.
We're urgently appealing to trace a man who has gone missing in Dudley and we're warning members of the public not to approach him.
Moses Christensen, aged 21, has gone missing from his home in the Oldswinford area of Dudley this evening (9 August).
Our officers were called to reports of a stabbing on Simcox Gardens, Bartley Green just after 6.30pm yesterday afternoon (8 August).
We’ve helped a police-mad youngster fulfil an ambition of being an officer for a day – one of 30 dream days on brave Oscar Jealous’s bucket list.
A senior officer is leaving on a high note after three decades of tackling crime and protecting the public across the West Midlands.
Chief Superintendent Sally Bourner is hanging up her hat after a career which has seen her rise from beat bobby to commander of Dudley Police.
We are investigating after a man died after a car collided with a bus shelter in Dudley last night (Friday 7 August).
Officers were called to Sandyfields Road, Sedgley, at around 11.30pm after reports that a Ford Focus had struck a bus shelter.
We’ve closed down a ‘Party House’ to rent in Halesowen town centre following repeated complaints from neighbours of anti-social behaviour, criminality and suspected drug-related activity.
West Midlands Police has reopened Oldbury Custody Block today (Friday) following a brief closure of five days to perform a thorough clean, after confirmation of a small number of COVID-19 amongst custody staff earlier this week.
Officers will be using section 60 powers in parts of Birmingham from 6pm this evening (Friday 7 August) until 3am tomorrow morning (Saturday 8 August).
We’ve arrested a teenager after a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) was struck across the head with a rock in Walsall yesterday (6 August).
We’ve arrested a teenage boy as part of our investigation into a shocking collision in which a dog walker was knocked down and her pet killed.
We’ve arrested five men in connection with a fatal shooting in Birmingham more than two years ago – including one suspect tracked down in Scotland and another in Sweden.
A prolific criminal has been sent back to prison after pleading guilty to a range of crimes.
Robert Vickers, aged 38, has been ordered spend another six years and nine months behind bars for carrying out three burglaries and a robbery earlier this year.
We’re embracing robotics technology with the recruitment of three very special new employees – Alpha, Bravo and Charlie!
The Artificial Intelligence trio beaver away in the digital background and automate previously time-consuming admin jobs.
The PC who was knocked down and run over by a stolen police car has returned to work nearly a year after the horror which almost cost his life.
PC Gaz Phillips was critically injured as he and colleagues tried to arrest two men in a stolen Range Rover.
Two Birmingham volunteers who worked with us during the Covid-19 lockdown have been awarded by the Aston Villa Foundation for their hard work and dedication.
We are investigating after a motorcyclist died when his bike came off the road at about 6.30am this morning (Thursday 6 August) on Coundon Road at the junction with Barkers Butts Lane in Coventry.