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National Audit Office report confirms that West Midlands Police are hit harder than almost anywhere else

Jul 6 2015

While central government provides 83% of the West Midlands Police budget, for higher council tax forces this is as low as 46%. For example, cuts in government funding mean Surrey Police's budget will fall by just 12%, but low tax West Midlands Police will lose 23%. Given that our crime rates are higher, with more serious threats to the community, this simply isn't fair or sensible.

Police and Crime Commissioner takes part in minute's silence in respect of victims of the Tunisia attack

Jul 3 2015

West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson joined millions of people from around the country in paying his respects to the victims of the recent terrorist attack in Tunisia at 12 today.

Local Community Heroes win Commissioner’s Outstanding Citizen’s Awards

Jul 1 2015

Examples of courage, selflessness and devotion to others, were celebrated at an awards evening which honoured some of the West Midlands' finest community heroes and heroines.

Tributes paid to the West Midlands’ first PCC one year on from his untimely passing

Jul 1 2015

David Jamieson and Yvonne Mosquito pay tribute to the West Midlands first Police and Crime Commissioner, Bob Jones, a year on from his tragic and untimely death.

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David Jamieson was elected West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner on 21 August 2014.

The Police and Crime Commissioner must ensure an efficient and effective police force in our area. They set the priorities for the Force, decide the budget, and hold the Chief Constable to account.  Contact information is here.

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