Street-level crime in Halesowen

Crime for Halesowen

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Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.

To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.

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Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

Rubery Police Station
Rubery Police Station
Rubery Police Station, 164 New Rd, Rubery, Worcestershire, B45 9JA
B45 9JA

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Hagley and Rubery neighbourhood policing team

Inspector Gareth Keyte

Inspector Gareth Keyte joined West Mercia Police in 1999 where his first posting was to Bromsgrove local policing team as a probationer Constable. Within a couple of years, he joined the local intelligence unit and successfully achieved Detective accreditation. On reaching the rank of Sgt, Gareth continued to develop his policing skills in a number of specialist roles including Covert Policing, West Mercia Serious and Organised Crime Unit, Hereford uniform Response and South Warwickshire CID. In 2015 Gareth became an Inspector on the West Mercia change programme (StraDA) and went on to become Detective Inspector for Intelligence for Worcestershire before taking up his current post as Safer Neighbourhood Team Inspector for Bromsgrove and district.

Sergeant David King

Sergeant Dave King joined West Mercia Constabulary in 2001 and was posted to Redditch where he worked on local policing and response policing as a Police Constable, before moving to the old Bromsgrove Police Station on the Divisional CID in 2003. In 2006, Dave then went into specialist policing roles at Headquarters where he worked in Special Branch and the Serious Organised Crime Unit. Upon promotion to the rank of Sergeant in 2009, Dave returned to the North Worcestershire division and worked at Redditch and Kidderminster as a shift sergeant on response and as a custody sergeant. In 2017, Dave took up his current role as district Sergeant for Bromsgrove.

Police Community Support Officer Stuart Taylor

Stuart started work with West Mercia police in 2015 and is part of the Hagley and Rubery Safer Neighbourhood team. Stuart has had a wide level of experience within the local community prior to joining the Safer Neighbourhood Team ranging from driving the local bus routes whilst working for WMSNT to working at local the funeral home. In his spare time Stuart enjoys walking, socialising and going to his local gym.

Police Constable Marc Ginder

I am the beat manager for Hagley and Rubery and I have over 12 years service in the police. Throughout my service I have worked on patrol, local policing and a local task team where I would carry out warrants and target prolific offenders.


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