Watch the meeting here
Find out about the Commission on Gangs and Violence
Read the PCC's Police and Crime Plan here
Jun 23 2017
Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson and Chief Constable
Dave Thompson are holding a joint briefing for MPs to outline the
financial challenge facing the force and the threats that the West
Jun 21 2017
West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson
response to reports that the government…
Jun 19 2017
Jun 16 2017
West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson and
Assistant Commissioner Ashely Bertie spoke about road safety
at the ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) and
Enforcement User Group Conference.
The law requires every PCC to have a Police and Crime Plan,
detailing the policing to be provided and the PCC's objectives.
David Jamieson's 2016-2020 Police and Crime Plan, Your Police
Your Priorities is here.
The PCC's plan is split into seven key areas:
Protecting from harm
Supporting victims of crime
Building trust and confidence in our police
Strengthening communities and growing the economy
Building a modern police service
Standing up for young people
Tackling national and international threats
The Police and Crime
Commissioner must ensure an efficient and effective police
force in our area.
They set the priorities for the Force, decide the budget, and
hold the Chief Constable to account.
In order to fulfil these roles, the PCC has a range of powers
and responsibilities, including: