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  1. The head of West Midlands Police has condemned budget cuts – and warned forces would struggle to cope with a repeat of the 2011 riots which swept Birmingham and other major cities. Full Story - Birmingham Mail For a senior officer to say that publicly at a time when we have hot weather and long evenings, and at a time when we have had various instances of disorder by gangs of machete wielding youths in London, it really should be an eye opener.
  2. West Midlands Police has been warned officers are at “breaking point” after shock figures revealed 700 were off work last year with psychological disorders Full Story - Birmingham Mail This video is used in the above article, has TM ever admitted she was wrong in respect of cutting police numbers? Has she ever admitted that she was wrong to say the police fed were " crying wolf" over police cuts? Or since 2015 has she had her fingers in her ears saying blah blah blah?
  3. The hero cop who led armed police during the siege of the Bartons Arms at the height of the Birmingham riots is suing West Midlands Police – after being transferred from the crackshot team to the force’s dog kennels. Full Story - Birmingham Mail
  4. An interesting blog from WMP Traffic Unit about research they have completed on Killed or Serious Injury RTC involving cyclists and why they are now going to be prosecuting more drivers for 'due care and attention' offences
  5. West Midlands Police have been accused of ‘belittling’ a pensioner after posting a video which appeared to mock her for making an emergency call. Full Story - Birmingham Mail Anyone offended by this? I can't for the life of me see why people are offended, a campaign to reduce false emergency calls, surely that is a good thong? Not sure the elderly are being picked on, i have seen other videos where the people featured are young uns, shall we be offended by that as well? Some of the comments on that article are from people who appear to live in cloud cuckoo land.
  6. Man found with 38 phones arrested at Libertines gig Thursday 28 January 2016 - Updated: Friday 29 January 2016 A man was arrested at a gig in Birmingham city centre last night (27 January) after 38 mobile phones were found stuffed inside his trousers. He was spotted acting suspiciously by police at the Libertines concert at the Barclaycard Arena, along with another man who tried to get inside the venue. Both of them had their trousers taped closed at the bottom of the legs. The men, aged 30, remain in custody today (28 January) on suspicion of theft, where they continue to be questioned. The arrests formed part of a proactive operation led by Birmingham Police, set up after intelligence suggested gig-goers had been targeted at another of the band’s performances in Manchester. Inspector Gareth Morris, who oversees local policing in the city, said: “It’s an unfortunately reality that large crowds at concerts such as this make rich pickings for career criminals. “We’re hot on the heels of these offenders but you can also reduce your chances of falling victim to such crimes by remaining extra vigilant when attending busy events. “If you think you had your phone taken last night, please get in touch with us and we can check whether or not we have been able to recover it.” People are urged to record details of their mobile phones and other valuables on the national property register at, which can help police reunite stolen items with owners. Anyone with information about theft in Birmingham should call police on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. A great find especially as phones have gone missing in large numbers at multiple gigs of the same artist. I wonder if door staff should be made aware of this. Would they have the power to stop someone with bulging trousers whilst exiting?
  7. Brick thrown from Coventry bridge at police car   The brick, described as a coping stone, was deliberately thrown at the police car, West Midlands Police said A brick has been thrown from a bridge, injuring two police officers as it smashed through their patrol car's windscreen. The officers were driving along the Coventry's ring road on their way to an emergency call when the coping stone was thrown late on Sunday. Both policemen were taken to hospital and treated for facial injuries. A West Midlands Police spokesman said he believed the car had been targeted deliberately, The officers, aged 49 and 27, have been discharged from hospital and are spending time at home, West Midlands Police said. Det Insp Stuart Bell said: "Not only did the mindless action of these people cause police officers having to spend a night in hospital , it also meant that someone who desperately needed our help and had dialled 999 was left vulnerable." Anyone with information is asked to contact police. Source: