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10.11.22 – Arrests following Stoke-Birmingham game, Award for Staffordshire Children’s Hospital, SFRS Public Performance Meeting

Written by on 11 November 2022

A number of males have been arrested in connection with disorder offences following the Midlands derby match between Stoke City and Birmingham City at the bet365 stadium last weekend.   The match took place on Saturday 5 November and saw Stoke City defeated 2-1 at home by Birmingham.

After the game, Staffordshire Police arrested a total of eight males on suspicion of multiple offences, with ages ranging from 15 to 37.

An 18-year-old man from Stoke, arrested on suspicion of racially-aggravated harassment, has since been granted conditional police bail while inquiries continue.

The other 7 have been released under investigation.

PC Benjamin Greensides, Dedicated Football Officer at Staffordshire Police, said: “I’d like to thank the vast majority of the attending fans, both home and away, whose behaviour was exemplary before, during and after, the match.  The minority of individuals who caused a small number of disturbances were dealt with quickly and appropriately.

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Staffordshire Children’s Hospital at the Royal Stoke has been voted as the best place to study and learn by Keele University nursing and midwifery students.

The Children’s Assessment Unit scooped ‘Placement of the Year’ at the Keele University, Nursing and Midwifery Awards.

The award is voted for by students who have been on placement, and the Children’s Assessment Unit. which treats a range of medical conditions, came out on top

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Fire & Rescue performance, modernising the Service and responding to the challenges of climate change were among the topics Staffordshire Commissioner for Police, Fire & Rescue and Crime Ben Adams discussed with Chief Fire Officer Rob Barber at a public meeting yesterday.

The Public Performance Meeting was the first to be held since the publication of His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services’ report into Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service in July, and is available to view online

Find out more and watch the meeting here: Public Performance Meeting – Fire – November 2022 – Staffordshire Commissioner (staffordshire-pfcc.gov.uk)

For more details, including a link to the Public Performance Meeting, go to the Hitmix website www.thehitmix.co.uk  and search local news