Service and honour with pride
One of our officers has been sacked from the force for making racist and inappropriate comments about his colleagues.
Safer Travel have launched a clampdown on passengers who refuse to wear face coverings when travelling on public transport.
The operation follows the government announcement that from 15 June the use of face coverings is now compulsory on all public transport journeys.
Detectives want to speak to this man after a taxi driver was assaulted following a dispute over a fare in Druids Heath at around 2pm on Tuesday 30 June.
A man who tore through Birmingham on a scrambler bike – hitting 80mph as he sped on the wrong side of dual carriageways – has been convicted of dangerous driving after we caught him during an operation targeting reckless riders.
Four men have been arrested across the West Midlands overnight after our ‘pawfect’ police dogs helped track them down.
We’ve charged a man over a knife attack on two paramedics at his Wolverhampton home.
Martyn Smith is accused of stabbing the man and woman just after midday on Monday (6 July) as they visited his home in Stephens Close to conduct a safe and well check.
Five men have been handed banning orders excluding them from bars and pubs in Solihull town centre.
The orders were handed down after the five men pleaded guilty to a violent disorder that took place at the Walkabout bar in Solihull in 2018.
Officers are currently dealing with a stabbing that took place near Grove Lane in Handworth at around 7.30pm this evening (6 July).
A drug dealer who led police on a 100mph pursuit has been jailed for nearly five years.
Banned driver Jack Speed, 21, failed to stop for our traffic officers when they tried to pull him over in Erdington just after 11pm on 2 January.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of wounding after two paramedics were attacked in Wolverhampton this afternoon (6 July).
A thankful teenager inspired by our efforts to keep communities safe is now aiming to do the same as a Special Constable.
Grateful Abdullah Imad was so impressed by officers’ dedication to helping others he made his own ’thank you’ cards to give them as a 15-year-old.
Last night, (4 July) we saw hospitality venues across the West Midlands successfully and safely reopen.
We’ve launched a fresh plea for information after a cyclist injured in a collision in Walsall has sadly died.
Tributes have been paid to 85-year-old Brian Humphreys who has been fondly described as ’enthusiastic’ and a ’dedicated family man.’
A firefighter who provided fake identities to try and avoid speeding tickets has been jailed after we exposed his lies.
Jason Bennett was caught breaking the law three times in under six months but gave bogus names and addresses in an attempt to dodge penalty points and fines.
West Midlands Police together with local councils have been getting in touch with hospitality venues to help them reopen safely on Saturday 4 July - including pubs, bars and restaurants.
Over £7m cash and more than 200kg class A drugs have been seized by West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit (WMROCU) as part of a national operation to smash thousands of criminal conspiracies.
A kind-hearted Sandwell officer has been putting together care hampers in her own time and dropping them off for local care homes and people in need during the coronavirus crisis.
A dealer who ran a Class A drugs empire from an address in Wolverhampton must pay back almost £75,000 of ill-gotten gains or spend more time in jail.
A dangerous driver has been jailed for a year after speeding at up to 100mph through the streets of Birmingham to escape police.
Officers on motorbike patrol in Aston spotted a white VW Golf R being driven by Nicholas Caddy when they saw a passenger get out and hurry away.
We seized a loaded revolver and arrested two teenage brothers during a raid in Birmingham this morning as we ramp up the pressure on city gangs.
Officers forced entry to a house in Handsworth just after 6am following intelligence linking the address to drug dealing and firearms.
We arrested a man in the early hours of this morning (30 June) in connection with a series of arsons in Coventry.
A prominent drug dealer we helped put behind bars last year is now significantly poorer after we stripped him of his ill-gotten gains.
Mohammed Osman was given a 15-year jail term in September for drug dealing.
Our officers were out in force across Birmingham over the weekend as we launched a new offensive on gun crime.