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ST Police Team on hand to deliver free BikeRegister bike marking at train stations

21/04/2017

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Ticket to a safer ride

20/04/2017

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See Something Say Something App Update

06/04/2017

Unfortunately our See Something Say Something mobile phone app is no longer available to report anti social behaviour. Please continue to TEXT 83010 to report Anti Social behaviour or report on our website We will keep you updated when a new mobile version will be available- Keep your eyes peeled. ...

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CCTV released as tram stop murder investigation continues

03/04/2017

CCTV released as tram stop murder investigation continuesUpdated Sunday 2 April   Detectives have today released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak with in connection with the murder of a man at Soho Benson Road tram stop on Friday 31 March DCI Paul Langley said: “Our investigation is progressing into this incident and we...

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Take a behind-the-scenes look at work to keep passengers safe on West Midlands buses

31/03/2017

These are the words of a security specialist in charge of keeping an eye on the CCTV on our buses, writes Express & Star reporter Jessica Labhart.The new, Vemotion cameras are set along ‘hotspot’ routes in the West Midlands with the aim of identifying those committing crime and anti-social behaviour on board.The technology has never been m...

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Thief jailed after Dorridge cycle theft spree

30/03/2017

A callous cycle thief, who stole a Solihull teen’s bike while he visited his sister in hospital, has been jailed for 16 weeks. Ross Jones, 23, took Jacob Insull’s bike from Dorridge railway station on 5 July after the 14-year-old caught a train to Birmingham to see his younger sister, who was being treated in the city’s children's hospital.The...

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West Midlands Safer Travel Restorative Justice scheme goes from strength to strength

20/02/2017

21 February 2017  West Midlands Safer Travel Restorative Justice scheme goes from strength to strength A scheme which tackles anti-social behaviour (ASB) such as vandalism by young people on public transport across the West Midlands has celebrated another successful year.  The Restorative Justice programme run by the Wes...

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Congratulations to all the Master Drivers at National Express WM

02/02/2017

We were pleased to be invited to the National Express West Midlands Master Driver Awards on Wednesday 1st Feb. It was a pleasure to meet all of the dedicated drivers, giving up their time to make sure we have a safer and happier journey on our public transport. Well Done and Thank you to all of you! Guest Talk from Inspector Rachel Crump W...

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Family "overwhelmed" after officers help Solihull teen visit sister in hospital

20/01/2017

A teenager from Solihull has received a belated Christmas present from officers in the Safer Travel Partnership after they donated him a new bike to ensure he can visit his sister in hospital. Jacob Insull, 13, was left struggling to visit his younger sister Lana, aged 7, after cold-hearted thieves not only stole his bike twice, but also the famil...

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Troublemakers caught out as CCTV installed on West Midlands buses

11/01/2017

National Express West Midlands has revealed it has installed the state-of-the-art 4G Vemotion CCTV units to some of its vehiclesThe technology allows the Safer Travel police team to tap into live CCTV feeds and view anti-social behaviour on any vehicles housing the equipment.The real-time footage means officers can then stop the bus and quickl...

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