Community Alerts

We regularly receive incident reports from Sandwell Children’s Services regarding incidents in the local area. These alerts are sent to all Sandwell schools and academies. These reports will be posted here for a period of one month from the time we are notified.

We take these reports seriously and urge our community to be vigilant at all times. We will continue to have an increased staff presence before and after school and our staff will continue to do community walks.

 

Date: Thursday 13 June 2019 at 3.35pm
Location: Dunkirk Avenue into Whitehall Road, Greets Green, West Bromwich
Two Year 6 students were walking along Whitehall Road, when a white transit van [with a trailer] approached them and asked them to get into the van.Description: white male, early 20’s, blonde hair and “scruffy” appearance.
Police have been informed.

 

Reported by Summerhill Primary Academy on Tuesday 18 June 2019 [am]
After school on Monday 17 June 2019, a parent has reported that a man, who was sat in a BMW car [blue or black] by the crossing outside Summerhill Primary Academy on Upper Church Lane, was encouraging a pupil to get into his car.
When parents approached the man he drove off towards a bus stop where he approached a group of secondary school aged girls and asked them how old they were. The man then drove off down Arthur Road.
Description: black male with a beard and glasses wearing a black cap pulled down over his eyes.
The police have been notified.

 

Reported by Oldbury Academy on Wednesday 19 June 2019 [am]
Last night [Tuesday 18 June 2019] a student was waiting for a bus outside the BMW garage on the Wolverhampton Road, Oldbury, when he was approached by a male who asked why he was “looking at his gf”. The man got angry and put on gloves and a balaclava, and threatened to stab the student.
The student got on a bus and went home.
Description: black male, approximately 18/19 years old and wearing a black tracksuit.
The police have been notified.

 

If you witness or suspect a crime is being committed you should always call 999.

You should call 101 to report crime and other concerns that do not require an emergency response. For example, if your car has been stolen, your property has been damaged, you suspect drug use or dealing in your neighbourhood.

Please visit the official Police page on reporting a crime: www.police.uk/information-and-advice/reporting-crime/

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