Over the past few weeks we have been hosting hate crime events run by Communities Inc across every area in our force to help participants with how to intervene when they see hate crime incidents taking place.
An off-road biker who fatally punched a man who challenged him over his dangerous riding has been jailed for nine years after we exposed the lies he hoped would clear him.
The PC who was critically injured when he was run over by a stolen police car in Birmingham has returned to thank the hospital where his life was saved, by handing over money he raised by selling pin badges during his recovery.
We seized five off-road bikes yesterday (20 Sept) after the police helicopter tracked a group of reckless riders in Birmingham.
We’ve identified a taxi driver who is helping our enquiries into a shooting on Far Gosford Street last Thursday (17 September), after we appealed for help to trace him.
Birmingham officers recently visited the Stockland Green Action Group, a residential group who are cleaning up their community, to see how they can work together to tackle local issues.
We are urgently appealing for information after two boys were injured in a hit and run collision this afternoon (20 Sept) in Wolverhampton.
A sexual predator jailed last year for abusing young girls has been convicted of further offences after three more victims came forward as a result of the publicity surrounding the case.
A rogue builder who tried to trick pensioners into paying for 'roof repairs' has been jailed after you helped us identify him. But we still need your assistance to trace his suspected sidekick.
A new virtual reality project is hitting home to Birmingham pupils the very real consequences of getting drawn into violent crime.
We have charged a man with the murder of 26-year-old Murtaza Nasir, who died from a gunshot wound in Stechford last month.
We’re investigating after three men were shot on Far Gosford Street at around 10:15pm yesterday (Thursday).
Three men have been taken to hospital – two to be treated for serious injuries, and a third with more minor injuries.
A man jailed for his part in a gang fight at a shopping centre will be bound by tight restrictions on his prison release after we secured an injunction controlling his movements.
Detectives investigating the fatal shooting of Murtaza Nasir in Stechford last month have arrested a man for his murder.
Mr Nazir, aged 26, was fatally shot on Bagshaw Road on 28 August.
A Birmingham woman who was racially abused by a man on a dating app has received a face-to-face apology from him as part of our restorative justice process.
With young people back at colleges and schools, officers in Walsall have been out and about checking they are safe and speaking to them about some of the dangers they may face.
We've charged a man with murder after his brother was fatally stabbed in Birmingham.
Joseph Garmson was found seriously injured at a property in Lutley Grove, Bartley Green, on Monday evening.
We’re appealing for witnesses and dashcam footage after a man died after a car collided with a bollard in Sutton Park on Wednesday 9 September.
Officers were called to reports of a white Vauxhall Corsa on a bollard in a car park access road off Park Road at around 12.50pm.
The following statement was given by the Chief Constable at the Strategic Police and Crime Board - 15 September 2020:
Detectives have launched a murder investigation after a man was fatally stabbed in the Bartley Green area of Birmingham last night (14 September).
We were called to a property in Lutley Grove, shortly before 8.30pm following reports that a man had been stabbed.
We’ve arrested two men following a suspected gang clash in Coventry yesterday (13 Sept) in which a gun was fired at a car.
Reports came in from the public at 4.20pm alerting us to the incident in Watcombe Road where a man on an e-scooter was being pursued by a black Audi.
We're warning the roads are no respite for criminals after our traffic teams seized more than £10 million of drugs and suspected 'dirty money' in just 12 months.
Our Chief Constable has appealed for people across the West Midlands to adhere to tighter CoVID-19 restrictions imposed in a bid to again stifle the spread of the disease.
The Birmingham City Community Trust and Safe Haven Team football league kick started back into action last night (Thursday 10 Sept) after six months of online tournaments.