Women are once again being urged to lead the fight against terrorism at home and abroad.
The renewed plea from the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit comes following the trial of a Hounslow woman for a terror offence.
Police officers are never truly ‘off-duty’ – and rookie officer Kiran Patel showed why just weeks into his new public service career when he leapt to the aid of a child knocked down on a busy dual-carriageway.
PC Patel was on a rest day having dropped his mum at work when traffic ground to a halt in New John Street West, Hockley, and the screams of fellow motorists alerted him to a schoolboy lying in the road.
Police continue to appeal for information after a man lost his life when a car collided with a house in Nechells this morning (Sunday 2 August).
Officers were called by the ambulance service following reports of the collision on Duddeston Manor Road just before 12.30am.
One teenager aged 19 was treated for serious injuries, he was taken to hospital but despite the best efforts of medical staff he died a short time later.
An 18-year-old was treated for serious injuries and two teenagers aged 15 and 18 were treated for minor injuries.
CCTV images of a man suspected of hurling bricks and bottles at a Wolverhampton Mosque have been released by police.
Windows were smashed at the Baitul Atta Ahmadiyya Mosque on Willenhall Road just after 4am on 21 June.
Following investigations officers are now in a position to release images of a person they would like to speak to in connection with the incident.
A student will appear before court in September charged with vehicle offences after officers intercepted a stolen car in Birmingham earlier this year.
Officers spotted a red Citroen Picasso − which had been reported stolen − heading out of city on the A38(M) shortly before 2.45pm on Saturday 30 May.
Four men were arrested on suspicion of theft of motor vehicle and were bailed while officers continued their investigations.
Police are growing increasingly concerned for a teenager who has been missing from her Sutton Coldfield home for almost a week.
Kayleigh Butler, 16, was last seen at around 2pm on Sunday 26 July, when she left her home on Westwood Road saying that she was visiting friends.
Kayleigh never returned home and now police are appealing for information to help trace her.
There has been much media attention and discussion this week in relation to the first West Midlands Police misconduct hearing held in the public domain.
Public misconduct hearings are part of a package of reforms being introduced nationally by the Home Secretary.