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Drink driving offences down by 33% this Christmas

The number of motorists who failed a breath test during the December 2014 drink driving campaign is down by a third, compared with the previous year in the West Midlands, according to police statistics released today. 85 more words

Crime

Teenager really gives police a run for their money

This 13-year-old criminal attempted to escape from police on scooter and by foot despite having his every movement being monitored from above.

West Midlands Police have released footage from their helicopter camera showing the teenager’s getaway attempt’s being foiled after he almost knocked down a family. 137 more words

UK

Police to quiz teen who went missing for four days

Police say they will be talking to 13 year-old Sharntay Dixon today to understand why she left home and where she has been since she disappeared from her home in Erdington on New Year’s Eve. 55 more words

Schools And Young People

Don't stop...

There are lots and lots of things that us police can do.

We can arrest folk, we get to go on stakeouts and drive our squad cars down alleys through piles of cardboard boxes. 403 more words

West Midlands Police

Missing 13 year-old girl

Police in Birmingham have asked for help in finding 13-year-old Sharntay Dixon (pictured above). She has been missing since 2pm on New Year’s Eve.
Sharntay, who lives in Jubilee Gardens, Erdington, was last seen by the One Stop shop in Perry Barr. 112 more words

Schools And Young People

Police tweet vines of cute puppies that will grow up to be fearsome crime fighters

These puppies may look cute now but wait until they get older and they’re chasing you down a dark alley way.

The animals are currently being trained by West Midlands Police and will eventually be able to locate drugs, firearms, cash and explosives. 218 more words

Weird

O Come all Ye Drink Drivers & Frosty the Car Thief

O Come all Ye Drink Drivers, Frosty the Car Thief and the role of Star Wars in Policing the Road

Firstly let me thank Sgt Ade Brown for his fantastic first blog. 2,425 more words

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