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A member of the public wrote:

I will take this opportunity to thank Anoop Bhogal for his efforts in the early hours of this morning I was distressed and not at my very very best but the above mentioned gentleman was magnificent as was his colleague. I was not in a good place at that time but they both made me feel valued and as if I mattered. Anoop will have a great future but more importantly he is a gentleman and a wonderful and patient officer. Thank you and well done !

The Police say:

Joe, we hope you are in a better place now following Anoop and his colleague helping you. It's lovely to hear that Anoop and Lee were instrumental in helping you when you needed them and in reassuring you that you do matter and are indeed valued by lots of people. Thank you for taking the time to leave your comments and please be assured that they have been passed on to Anoop, Lee and their supervisors.

A member of the public wrote: (User did not request a response)

tried to report missing dog,it took15 mins to answer the phone as i phoned 101. no dog warden at work when i eventually got through. what do i do now

A member of the public wrote:

Two officers attended my house without any paper work without reasons took a female member away gave sob story to lure family member to police vehicle and drove off before that threatened my vulnerable father and damage my door knob and had the cheek to laugh about when contacting west midlands police they were unaware who these officers were such terrible service will never recommend them to anyone rather dig up your own grave then ask for support which is not available...

The Police say:

To enable me to identify the incident which you refer to coudl you please supply more information please including your home address, the female member of your familys name and a contact number to enable a discussion with how this matter can then be resolved. Many thanks

A member of the public wrote:

Two officers attended my property and had taken a family member away without any reasons no grounds what so ever in process had indirectly threatened my father along side damaging my door knob had the cheek to laugh about it. When contacting the west midlands police they were not aware who these officers were is this how police work such terrible service will never call for there service rather dig my own grave. Terrible coppers in bham power has got to there heads thankfully I'm a peaceful person...

The Police say:

Any actions taken by Police officers have to be lawful, necessary and appropriate. We are sorry if you feel that any behaviour by a West Midlands Police officer on the day in question was none of the above. If you are wishing to take this up with our Professional Standards Department we would urge you to contact them via the West Midlands Police website.

A member of the public wrote: (User did not request a response)

Domestic violence issues West Bromwich police unprofessional behaviour we have to speak out about theses bad cops..

A member of the public wrote:

Thanks to Jane Mill from Westmidlands police who took the time and trouble to help out of the weird situation being locked out by a gate - She is doing an outstanding job.

The Police say:

Thank you for taking the time to post your comment. We are glad one of our staff were able to assist you in your predicament! Your thanks will be forwarded on to the person concerned.

A member of the public wrote:

the fact that your not bothered really hurts me . I have ticked for a response but like the first time round I don't think so . If this is the police then sad to say you don't serve or protect .waste of space .

The Police say:

Thank you for your comments. We are sorry you feel West Midlands Police do not care and would like to be afforded the opportunity to change your opinion. If you could provide us with further information as to the exact nature of the problem (or your contact details) then we will try to help you as best we can.

A member of the public wrote: (User did not request a response)

2 cars reported as been untaxed and abandoned And removed to the pound the next day,excellent response well done

A member of the public wrote:

Utter rubbish communication from the Police on a pending case, and I have left many telephone messages and sent emails!!!

The Police say:

Thank you for your post and we are sorry you have experienced problems trying got get an update in relation to your case. We know how frustrating it is when you do not receive regular updates, which is then aggravated further by not being able to get through to the officer in the case. If you would like to provide further details we can try to facilitate you being provided with an update

A member of the public wrote:

Want to put a good word to pc moole who assisted me with my mental health he calmed me down and had patience with me this happend on 27th jan 22:20

The Police say:

Tom, thank you for your kind words regarding the officer who helped you. It's great to hear positive comments regarding the good work that officers do on a daily basis. we are encouraged to hear that he made a lasting impression on you and hope that you are feeling better as a result. The Police will always be here to help you and other members of the public when you need them. Your comments have been passed on to the officers supervisor for their information.

A member of the public wrote:

3 Untaxed vehicles removed after reports put in .Response was swift and carried out in a professional manner .

The Police say:

Thank you for taking the time to leave a message on this site. We are pleased to hear that the offending vehicles were removed swiftly. Thank you for making WMP/the council aware of this.

A member of the public wrote: (User did not request a response)

Ignore problems reported as they cannot be bothered to do their jobs in a professional manner. Behave like they are above the law and a law unto themselves. Their agenda is more important than that of the public who they are there to serve

A member of the public wrote: (User did not request a response)

I was involved in a car crash on Christmas Eve 2015 early hours in the morning and still to this day we have had no information from West Midlands police it is now the 6th of January 2016. The police have been no help and and damn right out of order and if I had a choice I wouldn't be dealing with West Midlands police service as they are shocking. I don't advise anybody to use them you WILL get nowhere!!

A member of the public wrote:

8 police cars chasing suspect crashed into my property £10K damage & police will not help me WHY ????

The Police say:

Sorry to hear about the damage caused to your property. An email will be sent to you requesting further information in an attempt to help resolve this matter for you

A member of the public wrote: (User did not request a response)

A fantastic response to a burglar alarm in early hours of xmas day. Wonderful attitude to a frightened householder. Exemplary. Thank you all very much.

A member of the public wrote:

After having told the 101 number 3 times that there has been a car alarm going off for what is now 36 hours there has been no action taken. That's right 36 hours with a siren going off. They did and will do nothing. Absolutely nothing. If I was standing shouting my head off in the middle of the street I would be removed by the police. Someone else's property making the noise? Who cares right. What an absolute joke. Please come and remove this vehicle asap.

The Police say:

Good Morning, apologies for the delay in response to your comments. I can see from the incident notes that you made four calls to 101 and was advised that this was not a police matter and provided with the details for Birmingham City Council. West Midlands Police do not have any powers legally to remove a vehicle in this situation. i hope that you were able to access the correct department within Birmingham City Council to resolve the isssue.

A member of the public wrote: (User did not request a response)

I wanted to record my thanks to Sergeant Tracie Wharton from Solihull police who has recently been in contact with us about an incident that occurred at the end of November. Throughout she has been very professional but also very pleasant to deal with, showing compassion, understanding and fairness in all our communication making our experience much less traumatic than it could have been. We are both very grateful to her for the way she has handled things and felt she was a credit to the police force.

A member of the public wrote: (User did not request a response)

I was involved in a traffic collision for which the Birmingham policing unit were promptly in attendance. I was very pleased with their professionalism and understanding, their help was very useful and appreciated.

A member of the public wrote:

I was a witness to an accident and was rung by police to get a statement. I couldn't take the call and when I rang back the number was said to be inactive. I responded to 101 as a text suggested, and gave the extension they left me. This was an automated line which asked me to post in a request for a report that would cost me £85 God knows what that was about. So I rang 101 again and was told by the switchboard that they can't put me through as traffic info is on a different computer! LOL So I want to be a witness to a crime but the police have not got a system to allow me to contact the relevant person in order to make my statement. Bizarre?

The Police say:

Sorry you have experienced the difficulties you describe whilst trying to speak to the relevant officer. We trust that the officer has now been able to speak with you. However if you are still experiencing problems you can call the traffic process office by dialling 101 and inputting the extension number of 821 5000 or by email: TPO_enquiry@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

A member of the public wrote: (User did not request a response)

I am absolutely delighted with the efforts of the Local Neighbourhood Team who have closed the address on Browning Cresecent. We have put up with the drugs and people coming to the estate day and night for many years and now it's come to an end. Thank you from all on Poets Corner.

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