A joint investigation by the Regional Organised Crime Unit (ROCU), Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police has seen four men sentenced to nearly 75 years in prison for importing firearms into the country.
ROCU West Midlands and West Midlands Police have 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.
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.
The Serious & Organised Crime, Menu of tactics has been published on the College of Policing, ‘What Works’ website
Almost £2 million of ill-gotten gains has been recovered in less than a year as West Midlands Police proves that crime doesn’t pay!
Two men arrested as part of a West Midlands Police slavery investigation into suspected brothels in Coventry.
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.
Five members of an underground piracy group who illegally released the latest blockbusters onto the web have been jailed for more than 17 years.
A Handsworth man has been jailed after opening bank accounts, financial agreements and obtaining a driving licence all with false documents.
Dozens of electronic items including suspected illegal set-top boxes have been seized from a Walsall flat during a warrant this morning (30 June).