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Seeking volunteers to spend time behind bars

Oct 16 2014

West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner is looking for independent, community-minded people to volunteer as custody visitors.

Multi-cultural celebration of Black History Month

Oct 13 2014

West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner and West Midlands Black and Asian Police Association (BAPA) are proud to be jointly hosting a multi-cultural day in honour of Black History Month.

Statement on planned demonstrations

Oct 9 2014

In anticipation of the demonstrations expected to take place in Birmingham on Saturday 11 October, Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson has made the following statement and is asking all members of the community who agree to add their names to it.

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Your West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner

David Jamieson election portrait cropped

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.

Find out about your Police and Crime Commissioner


Consultation and Engagement activity

1. Fair Deal for Policing

The Commissioner seeks the public's support for a campaign to ensure fair funding for West Midlands Police. Write to the Treasury to express your concerns here.

2. Stop and Search

Yvonne Mosquito is committed to improving the recording and oversight of stop and search.  New stop and search scrutiny panels are up and running across the Force.  For information about these, and stop and search generally, see here.

3. Results of previous consultations

Results of consultations and summits are published here


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