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  1. A RANDY driver performed a sex act while cruising along the M6 — with police saying “his pleasure was short-lived”. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11523312/cops-motorist-solo-sex-act-m6-motorway/
  2. A volunteer police officer was rushed to hospital with serious injuries after he was hit by a car while on duty. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/volunteer-police-officer-rushed-to-hospital-after-being-hit-by-a-car-in-oldbury-a4282986.html
  3. 3D images that are thousands of times more enhanced than hospital CT scans reveal microscopic fractures to the girl's rib cage. Baby killer: Abigail Palmer convicted of manslaughter Date - 5th April 2019 By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle A force has become the first in the UK to use space-age science to support an investigation that proved a mother squeezed her baby to death. Detectives embraced futuristic 3D-scan technology to help win a conviction that yesterday saw killer Abigail Palmer begin a 13-and-a-half year prison term for the m
  4. Frontline capacity triples for West Midlands force. Taser use: 998 officers to be trained up in the West Midlands Date - 7th December 2018 By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle 2 Comments England’s second biggest force is facing ‘Big Brother’ data oversight when Taser capacity triples for frontline officers. Public scrutiny panels will pore over a welter of information as a shade under 1,000 West Midlands officers are trained up to use the devices. The additional arming of response units, operations and neighbourhood teams means
  5. Hundreds turn to new group after losing faith in service. Rising tide of violence: A traffic warden gets a kicking in the West Midlands Date - 16th November 2018 By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle 6 Comments A vigilant group has moved on to the streets of Britain’s second city to “fill the gaps” exposed by an under-resourced police service crying out for adequate funding from the government. Facebook has assisted in spawning the 550-strong community watchdog group ‘We Stand Determined’ – just weeks after an unsuccessful petition to get m
  6. This is the moment Sikh activists demanded police officers leave their temple as they tried to recruit worshippers. https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/watch-west-midlands-police-officers-15416251
  7. Hi this is just a query that I would like to put towards your members. I’m currently a response officer in MET Police and will be transferring to similar position with West Midlands police in January and wondered if anyone had any opinions on posting preferences. My commute will be from Droitwich so Birmingham Central would be one of my three choices...? Much obliged and thanks
  8. A top anti-terror cop facing the sack after a thief stole confidential documents is being allowed to retire by West Midlands Police - potentially protecting a threatened pension windfall. Full Story - Birmingham Mail
  9. His lawyer asked the panel to consider the fact the ACC Marcus Beale works in 'punishingly difficult circumstances'. ACC Marcus Beale- PA A senior counter-terrorism officer who lost top secret documents which were stolen from his car could be dismissed after a disciplinary panel's finding. A special case panel found the case for gross misconduct against Assistant Chief Constable Marcus Beale, of West Midlands Police, proven at a hearing at force headquarters on Tuesday. Mr Beale, 54, left the documents in a briefcase in his car boot for five days, in which time
  10. Sierra_Bravo

    West Midlands Regs second intake ?

    I intend to apply for West Midlands Police Force for the Regs, could anyone tell me when the second intake is coming round... I thought it was around about now but i've had no email :/
  11. Source - BBC So the parents had nothing but praise for the initiative, but it drew criticism on social media. people were apparently "horrified" another critic said "I'm not comfortable with this at all. Primary school kids? Parents don't like buying toy guns let alone showing them real ones. Not sure about this at all." What world do these critics live in? These critics must be the same people who contact the local rags, when they spot armed police at their local Tesco. Pathetic.
  12. When Mark Hodson gets on his bike in the morning, like many cyclists in the UK, he has come to expect a few close calls. Perhaps drivers will whizz past him too close, or someone will even try a ‘punishment pass’. Luckily, Hodson is a West Midlands Police traffic officer, albeit in plain clothes, and just yards up the road a colleague in a police car is waiting to pull over drivers that give him less than 1.5m space when overtaking (a distance that increases for faster speeds and larger vehicles). Undercover bike cops launch 'best ever' cycle safety scheme in Birmingham | Environment | Th
  13. FutureCop999

    West Midlands Police Jaguar and Land Rover

    From the album: West Midlands Police

    Taken at a training exercise in 2015 that I attend.

    © FutureCop999

  14. I thought I'd start this thread due to the lack of WMP forum activity. I had my final interview two weeks ago and I am currently waiting to hear back. I was told there were a number of intakes from November 2015 all the way though to early 2017 depending on how well candidates performed throughout the recruitment process - higher scorers starting first. Is anyone else in a similar position? It seems to me that they're leaving it very late to inform people of success with a potential November intake considering most employers will require a months notice and candidates will need to find living
  15. http://www.itv.com/news/central/2015-09-08/police-officer-arrested-over-false-terror-tip-off/
  16. The number of police officers being assaulted has more than trebled in a year in the West Midlands, new figures reveal Sergeant Jon King was shot twice in the face There were 419 reports of police being attacked in 2013/14, but this rocketed to 1,406 the following year. The force had the biggest rise in Britain, and second highest number of assaults of the 35 that responded, after the Police Service of Northern Ireland with 2,866 A total of 13,984 officers were assaulted across the country – an average of 38 a day. West Midlands bosses say the job ‘carries risks’ but they accept the
  17. Orville Darren Lee A violent thug who battered his girlfriend unconscious and then attacked a police officer trying to arrest him has had an appeal against his conviction thrown out by Appeal Court judges. Orville Darren Lee, of Wiggin Street, Birmingham, who had a long criminal record, attacked his then partner, Sharon Nolan, in December 2013 while in a drunken rage. The 40-year-old was jailed for three years and nine months at York Crown Court in September last year, after being found guilty of assault causing actual bodily harm and battery. At the time he was already serving a 20-
  18. http://www.expressandstar.com/news/local-news/2015/01/01/off-duty-policeman-has-nose-broken-in-wolverhampton-street-attack/ Shame that this isn't headline news across the country - another off-duty officer beaten to a bloody pulp but apparently it's more important that we know that somebody got married to somebody else. The internal police contact who put me onto this one reports that he understands the off-duty officer was specifically targeted. Beaten with knuckle dusters and got very lucky that on-duty backup arrived just in time before the Samurai sword could be used.

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