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West Midlands Police is the territorial police force responsible for policing the metropolitan county of West Midlands in England. The force covers an area of 348 square miles (900 km2) with 2.93 million inhabitants, which includes the cities of Birmingham, Coventry, Wolverhampton and also the Black Country. In 2020, there were 6,846 officers, 484 police community support officers (PCSO), and 219 volunteer special constables.

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  • West Midlands Police (WMP) − brytyjska formacja policyjna, pełniąca funkcję policji terytorialnej na obszarze hrabstwa metropolitalnego West Midlands. Według stanu na 31 marca 2012, służba liczy 7826 funkcjonariuszy, co daje jej drugie miejsce pod względem liczebności wśród policji terytorialnych w Anglii, po stołecznej Metropolitan Police Service. (pl)
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  • Birmingham Pub Bombings: Twenty one people killed and one hundred and eighty two injured after devices exploded in the Mulberry Bush and Tavern in the Town pubs in Birmingham City Centre. Investigation by the West Midlands Serious Crimes Squad, six convicted but later compensated for wrongful imprisonment. (en)
  • Handsworth Riots: Race riots in Handsworth and Lozells on two consecutive nights, following rumours of an alleged gang rape of a teenage black girl by a group of South Asian men. (en)
  • Murder of Carl Bridgewater: Investigation by the West Midlands Serious Crimes Squad, four convicted but later released and compensated for wrongful imprisonment. (en)
  • London Olympic Games: Officers from across the West Midlands were involved in policing events in the region and were deployed on Mutual Aid to help assist other forces. (en)
  • PC David Christopher Green. Fatally stabbed during an arrest (en)
  • Murder of Letisha Shakespeare and Charlene Ellis in a gang-related drive-by machine-gunning. (en)
  • PC Anthony John Salt. Fatally injured by falling on a mechanical digger after getting drunk on duty (en)
  • PC Colin John Hall. Collapsed attending a disturbance and died (en)
  • Operation Gamble: A plot by British Pakistanis in Birmingham to kidnap and behead a British Muslim soldier. Eight homes and four businesses were raided after an investigation involving intelligence services and other police forces. The investigation led to 9 arrests, 6 of whom were charged. (en)
  • England Riots: Large scale disorders across England affecting the centres of Birmingham, Wolverhampton and West Bromwich, following the death of Mark Duggan (en)
  • PC Malcolm Edward Walker. Fatally injured when his motorcycle was struck during a police pursuit (en)
  • Review of South Yorkshire Police following the Hillsborough Disaster: Force called in to investigate South Yorkshire officers' conduct after the 1989 stadium crush. West Midlands discovered that South Yorkshire Police had altered 164 witness statements and alleged that they pressured and bullied witnesses to change their statements about the disaster. (en)
  • DC Michael Swindells. Fatally stabbed; posthumously awarded Queen's Gallantry Medal (en)
  • PC Andrew Stephen Le Comte. Fell from a roof while searching for suspects (en)
  • Papal visit to the United Kingdom: Large policing operation to assist with security measures during Pope Benedict XVI's visit to the United Kingdom which included a mass of Beatification in Cofton Park and dinner at St Mary's College, New Oscott, Sutton Coldfield. (en)
  • PC Gavin Richard Carlton. Shot by armed robber during a police pursuit (en)
  • Birmingham tornado: Officers involved in rescue and recovery operation following a tornado touching down in Sparkbrook. (en)
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  • West Midlands Police is the territorial police force responsible for policing the metropolitan county of West Midlands in England. The force covers an area of 348 square miles (900 km2) with 2.93 million inhabitants, which includes the cities of Birmingham, Coventry, Wolverhampton and also the Black Country. In 2020, there were 6,846 officers, 484 police community support officers (PCSO), and 219 volunteer special constables. (en)
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