A high-level group of councillors and members of the Police and Crime Panel, visited the newly-refurbished West Midlands Police Headquarters with Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson and Chief Constable Dave Thompson.

Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson said,

“I was delighted to welcome members of the Police and Crime Panel and councillors from around the West Midlands to see the new, modern facilities at Lloyd House.

“This building will pay for itself in seven years and we won’t be renting expensive buildings across the city centre, saving nearly £3 million a year.”

Lloyd House Tour

After the visit, Police and Crime Panel member and Solihull councillor Diana Holl-Allen MBE said,

“This is an excellent modern building that will enable officers and staff to work more efficiently and effectively.

“It will save West Midlands Police money and enable the force to invest money into the frontline to protect officer numbers.”

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