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  • 17DEC
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    FIRST NIGHT CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED FOR FOURTH YEAR RUNNING

    A campaign to support refuges in Birmingham has received a huge response with generous donations received to help victims of domestic abuse and violence, who may leave their homes at Christmas. The ‘First Night’ campaign which has been launched by Birmingham Community Safety Partnership for the fourth year running, aims to raise awareness of the

  • 15DEC
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    Publication of a Domestic Homicide Review – December 2014

    A domestic homicide review has today (15th December 2014) been published following the death of mother-of-three Natasha Trevis in Birmingham on 7 August 2012. At the time of her murder, the 22-year-old’s children were all under the age of five. Junior Oakes, the father of the three children, subsequently pleaded guilty to the offence and

  • 11DEC
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    LOCAL RESIDENTS HELP PUT YOUTH BEHIND BARS

    Evidence provided by a local resident has led to Steven Banford (21) of Allenscroft Road, Kings Heath, being sent to prison for 16 weeks following a series of breaches of his Anti-Social Behaviour Injunction. Banford was served with an ASBI last December after being found responsible for causing misery to residents in Yardley Wood. Local

  • 03DEC
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    Police use new powers to close property ending anti-social behaviour hell

    Two Birmingham brothers, aged 44 and 46, have been banned from their own home in what is believed to be the first use of tough new powers in the UK to tackle anti-social behaviour. The house on Newcombe Road, Handsworth Wood was closed last week following on-going complaints from neighbours. The closure order bars the