(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) WM Police Report: Officers have seized a range of weapons and drugs – and made hundreds of arrests – as we continue to crackdown on serious crime around Wolverhampton #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Feb.08: Our officers have remained on the frontline, hunting down crime suspects, despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic: The Wolverhampton Taskforce team alone made just over 500 arrests last year with offences ranging from possession of an offensive weapon, supplying Class A and B drugs and domestic abuse: A 17-year-old boy was charged with possession of an offensive weapon and three others – aged between 14 and 20 – were arrested on suspicion of possession of supplying Class A and having an offensive weapon: The team have remained on active patrol across the city during the pandemic and been ready to act on information and step in when people’s safety was at risk:

WM Police Officers Update: ‘No let-up in Wolverhampton crime crackdown, that has led to them recovering dozens of potentially lethal guns, knives and hammers throughout 2020 including recovering three knives, a pair of secateurs and cocaine after acting on information and stopping a car in East Park last November’

7th February 2021:

Inspector Stephanie Furber , who heads the Taskforce team, said: “There has been no let-up in our drive to keep the city safe from crime: “ We’ve continued to carry out regular patrols, operations and respond to intelligence around those suspected of being involved in criminal behaviour or gangs: “ Through this we’ve been able to seize potentially lethal weapons and break up drug supply chains – taking hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of Class A and B drugs out of circulation: “ We’re committed to catching criminals and protecting those who need our help. There’s been increasing reports of domestic violence across the force and we work with our other police teams to offer support and take action: “ We made more than 100 arrests for domestic abuse throughout the last 12 months as this is something we absolutely won’t tolerate as a police service.”

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#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Feb.08: 2021:

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