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.


Reported by Q3 Academy Langley on Friday 5 April 2019
“We have received information with regard to an incident that has occurred near our school premises of Q3 Academy Langley. Please see details of the incident below.
Date of Incident: Friday 5 April 2019
Time: 07:40
Location: Barnford Hill Park
A Q3 Langley student has reported to the school, the following description of a male who assaulted her in the park: white male. Around 40 years old. Approximately 5’9”. Short brown hair, balding. Wearing a black Adidas jacket and black jeans. The matter is being investigated by the police.”

Reported by Perryfields High School on Monday 1 April 2019
On Friday 29 March 2019, between 3.25 and 3.45pm, a student was followed down Monckton Road, past Quinton Police Station, to an alleyway off Quinton Road West.
The man was initially at a distance but as the student got nearer to the police station, she turned, and the man was right next to her. The student started to walk faster and so did the man. The student met a friend and the man carried on but continued to look back. He then ran off down the alleyway.
Description: black male, approximately 5’11”, average build, wearing black joggers, black puffer cost, neon green t‑shirt and a black cap with white Adidas logo on front.
The police have been informed.

Reported by Yew Tree Primary School on Friday 29 March 2019
It has been reported that on Thursday 28 March 2019 at 5.30pm, a student was in the local park on Redwood Road, Yew Tree Estate, Walsall. When he left the park and made his way home he was followed by a white car. The student ran but the car continued to follow. As the student approached home the car eventually drove off.
The police have been informed.


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.

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