Our Aim

To reduce the impact and increase the disruption of serious and organised crime with the West Midlands region and beyond.

Our Objectives

To target all ROCU resources against the greatest threat and risk. To influence forces and partners to target their resources against the same.

Our Values

To lead, support and co-ordinate the fight against crime across the West Midlands region.

Real Results


Confiscation Orders


Years imprisoned


Criminals arrested
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Latest News

Read about the latest news stories and successes in the fight against organised crime

Back to prison for Wolverhampton thug Carl Johnson

Fri 29th, Jan

Notorious Wolverhampton gangster Carl Johnson has been sent back to prison after failing to repay the tens of thousands of pounds that he made from his life of crime.

Underground online pirates sentenced to 17 years

Fri 18th, Dec

Five members of an underground piracy group who illegally released the latest blockbusters onto the web have been jailed for more than 17 years.

Handsworth man jailed for fraud

Tue 15th, Sep

A Handsworth man has been jailed after opening bank accounts, financial agreements and obtaining a driving licence all with false documents.

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