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Dozens of electronic items including suspected illegal set-top boxes have been seized from a Walsall flat during a warrant this morning (30 June).
A Birmingham man was arrested this week in connection with a web attack on the US Department of Defence (DoD).
The West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit is this week carrying out a range of activity to help businesses and members of the public guard against the threat of cyber crime.
Two men have been arrested as part of a West Midlands Police slavery investigation into suspected brothels in Coventry.
The Managing Director of a company held to ransom by hackers has warned other bosses to protect themselves against cyber crooks − or run the risk of web sharks crippling their businesses.
West Midlands Police has safeguarded a group of workers suspected of being exploited for cheap labour at a Birmingham food processing plant − the latest operation in the force’s campaign to target gang masters and traffickers.
To reduce the impact and increase the disruption of serious and organised crime with the West Midlands region and beyond.
To target all ROCU resources against the greatest threat and risk.
To influence forces and partners to target their resources against the same.
To lead, support and co-ordinate the fight against crime across the West Midlands region.
Working with the National Crime Agency (NCA), WMROCU has carried out months of work across the West Midlands region after an international law enforcement team cracked the encryption of communication platforms used exclusively by criminals.
Officers from the West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit (ROCU) executed three warrants in Coventry linked to a gang feeding heroin and crack cocaine into Warwickshire.
ROCUWM along with our regional forces participated in the National anti-fraud campaign Project Otello earlier in the year.