A Birmingham police officer has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for his work in the community.
A mobile phone application which aims to improve communications between young people and the police is being designed with help from the University of Wolverhampton.
On 8th June anti-surveillance campaigners around the world will issue a mass "we do not consent" on 1984 Action Day.
Laurence Inman’s acerbic commentary on the late Baroness Thatcher
This week the Silent Witnesses project working with Year Five pupils across ten inner-city primary schools will visit primary schools in Birmingham.
Birmingham police are issuing advice to anyone intending to enjoy St Patrick’s Day in Digbeth.
Students at the University of Wolverhampton are working with experts at Victim Support to launch a new advice and support service.
Annual deaths related to heroin and morphine are continuing to drop significantly, falling from 41 per cent of total drug-related deaths in the UK in 2010 to 32 per cent in 2011
A group of criminology students from Coventry University met with a leading judge and advocate for juvenile justice on a recent fact finding trip to New York.
The Bill proposes wholesale changes to the £5.6bn scrap metal industry, the principle recipients of stolen metal
A pioneering £1 million research project into runaway and homeless children who sleep rough is to be launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
Solihull bobbies are asking residents to make them feel loved.
Cash ban and police efforts deliver 60% reduction in metal theft attacks
West Midlands Police are to pay tribute to the bravery of their officers.
Energy Networks Association has applauded the efforts of MPs and Peers as the Scrap Metal Dealers Bill has been voted through the House of Lords
A self-appointed witch doctor has been ordered to pay back £28,500 in one of the most bizarre cases of money-laundering West Midlands Police have encountered.
'Times were different then' say some under the legal post Savile spotlight. No, they weren't says journalist Richard Lutz
“You are not alone” is the message from police.
The death of a Birmingham man at a local beauty spot has led to a call for witnesses.
Today marks the 38th anniversary of one of the saddest days in the city’s history, the Pub Bombings of 1974. Here the campaigning group Justice for the 21 talk about their quest to uncover the truth behind this atrocity.