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Electronics seized during Walsall fraud raid

News / Tue 30th, Jun

Dozens of electronic items including suspected illegal set-top boxes have been seized from a Walsall flat during a warrant this morning (30 June).

Birmingham student jailed for hacking university systems

News / Fri 24th, Apr

A student has been jailed for four months after he used key-logging devices to hack into an exams grading system at the University of Birmingham and improved his grades.

Volunteer accountant who stole from Dudley church ordered to pay back £34k

News / Fri 24th, Apr

A church accountant who stole more than £400,000 from a Christian Centre in Dudley has been ordered to pay back tens of thousands that was tracked by police to a pension pot.

Six arrests in nationwide waste dumping raids

News / Mon 23rd, Mar

A total of six people were arrested during dawn raids following a nationwide Environment Agency probe into illegal dumping of waste.

Birmingham man arrested after cyber attack on US government

News / Fri 06th, Mar

A Birmingham man was arrested this week in connection with a web attack on the US Department of Defence (DoD).

West Midlands ROCU takes cyber safe message on the road

News / Tue 03rd, Mar

The ROCU’s Cyber Crime Unit is hitting the road this week to spread the cyber safe message to people across the region.

Cyber crime unit raises awareness of online criminals across the region

News / Mon 02nd, Mar

The West Midlands ROCU is this week carrying out a range of activity to help businesses and members of the public guard against the threat of cyber crime.

Uncle and nephew jailed for running £35m cannabis empire

News / Wed 25th, Feb

Two men who oversaw a cannabis farm network across the Midlands - netting them a multi-million pound fortune - are now behind bars after their drugs empire was brought crashing down.

Four men jailed for more than 30 years for robbery series

News / Thu 15th, May

Four men have been sentenced to more than 30 years imprisonment following raids at convenience stores across south Staffordshire, Wolverhampton and Dudley.

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