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West Midlands PoliceTerritorial police force

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West Midlands Police is the territorial police force responsible for policing the metropolitan county of West Midlands in England.

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Websitehttp://www.west-midlands.police.uk/

Facts & Figures

Area typeMetropolitan county of the West Midlands
Officers7,596 police officers
Budget£521.8m annually
Area size902 sq km
Formed1974
JurisdictionEngland and Wales

WEST MIDLANDS POLICE NEIGHBOURHOOD PRIORITIES

No reported priorities or concerns

West Midlands police have not published any neighbourhood priorities or concerns for WV4.

New West Midlands Police priorities and concerns for this neighbourhood will be published here once they are announced by West Midlands Police through the data.police.uk portal.

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Discrimination by Postcode

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The Redesign is Underway

The Redesign is Underway

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The Impossible Challenge of Affordability

The Impossible Challenge of Affordability

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