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Police officer recruitment opens
14.04.2014
Police officer recruitment opens
From midday this Wednesday (16 April) the application process opens for PC recruitment. Following months of publicity and a five year freeze on recruitment, over 20,000 people have registered their interest in becoming a PC. Recruitment will be in three stages with the first in April-May this year, followed by another in autumn and the last in 2015. Out of the three recruitment stages, 450 constables ... READ MORE
Colin Kazim-Richards guilty over homophobic gesture
10.04.2014
Colin Kazim-Richards guilty over homophobic gesture
A footballer who made a homophobic gesture to Brighton and Hove Albion supporters has been found guilty. Colin Kazim-Richards mimicked pulling his shorts down and put his left arm behind his bottom at the match last February, Brighton magistrates heard. Kazim-Richards, 27, who was playing for Blackburn Rovers at the time, claimed he was "having a bit of banter" with fans who he said were abu ... READ MORE
Detective honoured in WMP Diamond awards
27.03.2014
Detective honoured in WMP Diamond awards
A MEMBER of the LGBT Network executive committee, Detective Constable Al Smith, was honoured last night at the 2nd annual West Midlands Police Diamond Awards, scooping the award for 'Driving Diversity. The awards, hosted by Llewella Bailey from ITV are about recognising the outstanding acheivements of police officers, staff, volunteers and members of the community and are awarded to those who go o ... READ MORE
Man charged following homophobic attack
25.03.2014
Man charged following homophobic attack
A Birmingham man will appear at court today charged in connection with an alleged homophobic robbery attempt in Birmingham’s gay quarter. Leo Francis, 51 of Bristol Road in Edgbaston, was yesterday charged with attempt robbery and possession of an offensive weapon. He will appear before city magistrates today. The attack was reported after city-centre CCTV operators spotted a confrontation on ca ... READ MORE
Brave members of the public step in to stop homophobic attack
24.03.2014
Brave members of the public step in to stop homophobic attack
Brave members of the public stepped in to stop what is believed to have been a homophobic robbery attempt in Birmingham’s gay quarter overnight. City-centre CCTV operators despatched officers immediately at around 12:50am today (Monday 24 March) after spotting the confrontation on a camera in Hurst Street, outside the Village Inn. Police were at the scene within two minutes but arrived to find t ... READ MORE
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