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Hello and welcome to Midlands Today. The headlines tonight: The crisis in

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Birmingham children's services ` branded a national disgrace, now it

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could be taken over by the Government before Christmas.

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On children's services are being given a last chance.

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I'll be talking to the man with the job of trying to sort out the mess.

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Also tonight: Think about the consequences ` a plea from the

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mother of the rapper stabbed to death outside a Birmingham

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nightclub. If you go out tonight and you are

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carrying a knife, you could be breaking your family's hearts.

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Cynical and systematic ` a former financial advisor who conned

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pensioners out of thousands in a property scam.

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We are glad that the outcome is as it is, and these people will be

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prevented from carrying on. Special delivery ` Dudley Zoo's new

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star, a rare Sumatran tiger. There are just 140 left in the wild. And,

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just in time for the German Christmas market, our weather is

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getting colder. And work forecast later.

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Good evening. The job of keeping children safe in Birmingham, which

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has been labelled a national disgrace, could be taken over by the

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government before Christmas. The BBC has learned the decision hinges on a

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review within weeks. So what's gone so wrong? As long ago as 2003,

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serious questions were asked following the killing of Toni`Ann

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Byfield, gunned down by drug dealers. In 2008, Khyra Ishaq

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starved to death ` a preventable tragedy, according to an official

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review. And then, in 2011, Keanu Williams, murdered by his mother and

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"invisible" to the authorities. In a moment, I'll be talking to the man

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in charge, but first, here's Cath Mackie.

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These are some of the children in Birmingham who've died at the hands

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of those who should have loved them, let down by those who should have

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protected them. But would the government do a better job than

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Birmingham City council of keeping children like Keanu Williams safe?

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He was beaten to death by his mother. Ofsted's about to carry out

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a review of the city's children's services and, unless there are

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improvements, the Department for Education will take over.

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I think that the children services are in the last chance saloon. We

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look carefully at the report, and if it shows that there is no

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alternative than to impose different organisation, we will have no

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situation but to do so. Birmingham children's services seems

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to be stuck in a vicious circle. They get bad publicity, then can't

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attract enough social workers. That leads to more failures like Keanu

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Williams, and that in turn leads to more bad publicity and so it goes

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on. The question is whether they are doing enough now to break out of

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that circle and prevent the need for government intervention.

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The union Unison believes that the government should stay away.

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We have Ofsted coming in, but who has confidence in them? There is a

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new director in place and the social workers are working hard.

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One former social worker believes that a takeover will happen.

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We need to be prepared for that to happen. We need to work with central

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government to make sure that the children that we try and protect our

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put first. It is irrelevant to the children who is running the

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situation, they just want to be protected.

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We will talk to Peter Hay now. This is a blow to your department. You

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have been told to fix things. Why hasn't it happened?

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We need a clear grip on the safety of children through some basic

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steps. Staffing, and their adequacy, and creating a coherent is about

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what we are here to do. That is what will be judged. It is not news to us

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that those options continue the option of a City Council. What

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matters is the focus that we bring to the safety of children, and, in

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particular, an option that carries the ability for staff to do their

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job as best as possible. You say that you have not had time to put

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this right, but ten years ago, you had a zero star rating. It is

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difficult to see what has changed since then.

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We were dealing with the social services section, it ceased to be

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the social services sector in 2006 with one star. I have recently been

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running adult services. The service has not prospered under the split

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between adult and children's services. So, I have come back to it

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with a track record of improving it. But nothing seems to have changed in

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ten years. The Department for Education may have to take it over.

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Absolutely, I do not like coming back to the situation because of

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that. The gravity of the situation facing children is something I have

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been clearer about. The steps to improvement are about that honesty

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and transparency. That has been reflected by a City Council that is

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prepared to admit that this will take additional investments as well

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as improvement and continued focus. The first step to improvement is to

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to look at some of the fundamental building blocks, can we retain

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staff? But you have not got time to put

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anything in place. You will soon be having another review. Is it

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inevitable that the Department for Education will take over?

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The City Council is humble enough and focused enough to take the

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comments on board. I don't know what will happen. It is up to the

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Secretary of State to make this difficult decision. The judgement

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should be about what help staff to work with children. What effective

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services need are enough staff. They need to be able to work with

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partners. This is a massive problem. Would

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there be an element of relief if the government took over? It would be

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someone else's problem. It is not an easy decision. People

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should not think that there is an easy option. There is no alternative

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in existence at the moment. It is not about relief, it is about what

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is best for the children of Birmingham. What would be better?

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It needs a really serious decision. I do not envy the Secretary of

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State. Beyond the speculation, people need to realise that nothing

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like this has happened before and what matters is what is going to

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work. The City Council believes it can be part of that. It knows it has

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lost the right to make the decision, but that is what the review is

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about. Have we got enough grip and have we got a say in the future?

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Coming up later in the programme: The public don't know who they are

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and aren't convinced Police and Crime Commissioners are a good idea.

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Find out how they think they're doing.

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The mother of a stabbing victim has spoken publicly for the first time

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since her son's death about the need to educate children on the dangers

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of knives. Rapper Joshua Ribera, known as Depzman, was attacked at a

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fundraising event for a friend, who'd been stabbed and killed the

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year before. Our special correspondent Peter Wilson has this

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exclusive report. # I just want to go to the front of

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the queue. #. Joshua Ribera's star was rising. In

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September, he had an album at number one in the download charts. The MC

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rapper was tipped for the big time, but a knife to his heart cut his

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life short at 18. This is the first time that his mother has spoken

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publicly about the case and her wish to do something about knife crime.

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It needs to be a long`term investment in young people and in

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people who have not got enough self`respect and haven't had the

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love and care that they have deserved. That is the problem. I

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could sit here and say don't carry a knife. Who am I to tell anyone? If

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they have not been shown respect and Shannon Love, they Joshua Ribera had

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been at this nightclub, attending a fundraiser for his friend Kyle

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Sheehan. Will not listen to me. Ironically,

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he had been fatally stabbed a year before. Today, detectives have

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released nine images caught on CCTV of witnesses that they wish to talk

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to. If it was you who had been killed

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and your mother in my position, you would want your friends to make this

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situation as easy for your mother as you possibly could. If anybody knows

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anyone in these images, you need to come forward, as I hope people would

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do for you. Joshua was known as Depzman on the

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music scene .His first royalty cheque was paid the day before he

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died. He bought his mother a watch. His fans have been distraught and

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scores of young people visit Alison's home every day.

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They listen to the lyrics of his songs to guide them through life,

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and his lyrics, you can look over the last five years and see the

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growth and the change in his lyrics to positive, strong messages to

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young people. Fans, as you call them, some of them don't have the

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guidance and they turned to him for the guidance.

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Detectives have charged an 18`year`old man with the murder, but

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they are keen to stress that this is an ongoing investigation and they

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are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.

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The Stratford`upon`Avon MP Nadhim Zahawi is to pay back almost ?5,000

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after claiming too much on energy bills. Mr Zahawi is returning all

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the money, because his supplier couldn't separate electricity used

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at his house from that used in stables, which he shouldn't have

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claimed for. The Conservative MP has apologised unreservedly for his

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mistake. A former financial adviser and

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financier has been jailed for two years for conning his clients, many

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of them pensioners. Gary Hexley earned thousands in commissions,

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even though he'd been declared bankrupt and wasn't authorised to

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offer financial advice. Giles Latcham reports.

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A final taste of freedom for Gary Hexley, jailed today by a judge who

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called his deceit cynical and systematic. But he has a history of

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double dealing. He said I am setting up a new

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company. A retired teacher from Sutton

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Coldfield considered Hexley a friend and invested tens of thousands with

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him. But when they needed money urgently, there was none.

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We had a daughter`in`law who was dying of cancer, and we thought,

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maybe, if we got some money out, we could send her to Switzerland. But

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we could not. She died. Gary said it would take two or three months to

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get the money together. Hexley ran a property investment

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company, Greenfield, but that went into administration with losses of

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more than ?2 million. Another of his firms, Intellectual Property

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Limited, collapsed with losses of more than ?1.3 million.

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Hexley was declared bankrupt, but in spite of this continued trading as a

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financial advisor, earning ?74,000 in commissions.

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Jailing him for two years, the judge said that his was a deliberate

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enterprise to exploit the trust placed in him by his clients, many

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of whom were elderly and vulnerable. I think he heard lots of pensioners

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who were not able to appreciate investments. He took advantage of

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our ignorance. Some of his clients battled

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successfully for compensation. Others are left only with regrets.

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Our top story: The crisis in Birmingham children's services,

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branded a national disgrace, it could be taken over by Christmas.

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Also in tonight's programme, how a team effort to get more women

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involved in sport is paying off in Shropshire.

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And from Germany to the Black Country ` one of the rarest tigers

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on Earth with an important job to do at Dudley Zoo It's a year since 41

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Police and Crime Commissioners were elected across England and Wales.

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The controversial, high`profile positions were created to replace

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police authorities and ensure forces are run effectively. But a new poll

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commissioned by the BBC found many people are still to be convinced

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about whether they're needed. Here's Ben Godfrey.

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The Police and Crime Commissioner is supposed to put ordinary people at

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the heart of policing. But with less than 15% turnout at the election

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last November, it was clear that would be difficult.

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Nowhere did the message gets across. I don't think people

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understood what the change was about.

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One year on, and there's confusion. A survey for the BBC found that 36%

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of people in the Midlands were not aware their region has a PCC. 44%

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thought they'd had a positive impact on policing generally. While more

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than half said they had no impact on levels of crime.

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It has not been a success everywhere, but it has been a

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success in most places. A year ago I came here to Wem in

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Shropshire to ask people what they expected from a Commissioner. They

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said visible policing and less crime, particularly anti`social

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behaviour. So how are they doing? I don't know what they do. I don't

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understand what their purpose is. They are in charge of the police

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forces, and there is not enough. I do think there should be more

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police and there are a few more, actually.

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One four year term is enough for Bill Longmore. The West Mercia

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Commissioner has survived two "votes of No confidence" but says he's an

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effective player. People will see how much work we

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have done. Really, the result of the first 12 months will begin to show.

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Would you stand for another term? I think I deserve some rest in my

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life. Bob Jones is, reluctantly, the West

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Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner. That's because he

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wants to scrap his job. He's trying to recruit 450 police officers.

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You say that you don't believe in the role, so why don't you step

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down? I don't think it is the best way,

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but it is the only way, and I think it is important that someone who can

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avoid the risks is in the job. I think I can do a better job than the

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people who think the job is unsinkable.

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Ron Ball didn't expect controversy but he found it. Warwickshire's

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Commissioner told me he's been trying to build an alliance with the

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West Mercia force. But the former airline pilot has suffered political

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turbulence. He's on a collision course with the

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Home Secretary, who appeared to suggest he'd been too quick to

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defend local forces police caught up in the row over what was or wasn't

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said to police in Downing Street by Sutton Coldfield MP, Andrew

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Mitchell. I don't think that is acceptable. I have written to the

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Home Secretary saying, under the circumstances, I think I am owed an

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apology. Format you Alice, partnerships are

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helping to rehabilitate people. The police have stopped this man

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from a life of burglary. The commission wants to put more cash

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into changing the lifestyle of offenders, while working with

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voluntary groups. You said that you would like to

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invest more than ?1 million, but your budget is only ?1 million.

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Where does the money come from? We find the money.

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We have already made savings whilst we have been involved in policing. I

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believe that you have to be bold. You have to spend money in the right

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place. You have to stop spending money where it does not make

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difference. One year on, the PCCs still have a

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message to sell. And yes, they're even heading to the supermarket to

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win support, after a year in which politics and policing have collided

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spectacularly. Tomorrow, it's Children in Need and

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all week we're featuring projects which have benefited from your

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generosity. A charity in Warwickshire helps child victims of

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sexual abuse. Tina is a trained counsellor. The words of two of the

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children she's worked with are spoken by actors. You may find some

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of this report upsetting. I am supported by Children in Need

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to help children who have experienced sexual abuse. Two of the

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children will shed their story today.

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It started when I was ten. I was playing outside, and he started

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massaging my feet. Then it went a step too far. That is how it

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started. It did not go on that long. Two

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separate occasions, but one lasted four hours. I thought he was someone

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I could trust, but he kept me away from everyone else.

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At the time, I didn't feel anything, but when I got home, I told my

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mother and then I felt guilty. I saw my mum so sad, but it was only when

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I was older that I realised what had happened.

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I got angry that I stopped doing things, but nothing seemed to happen

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to him. After the sessions, I realised I did not do anything

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wrong. I told my mother, and you have to

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trust someone. I told someone I trusted.

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The organisation gave me a different kind of support. As much as my

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mother wanted to help me, she could not do it. It has been helpful and

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it has change my behaviour at school.

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I still get down. It can't cure everything, but it has benefited me.

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I would say wake up, it is happening. I know it is

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uncomfortable, because I listen to it every day. But it is happening,

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and we need to support these children and give them a voice.

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And you can donate to Children in Need ahead of tomorrow by calling

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03457 332233, and there's more information on the website.

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One of the main aims of the Olympics was to increase sports

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participation. One club in Shropshire has done that in style,

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and it's not even an Olympic sport. The game's netball, the club's in

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Shrewsbury and it's a contender for newcomer of the year at the West

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Midlands Community Sports Awards. Here's Lura May McMullan.

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Getting youngsters fit, focused and having fun is the aim of this

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netball club in Shrewsbury. The group was set up over a year ago

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to encourage more junior participation. The response has been

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fantastic. We started off with four or five

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girls. Now we have 80 girls. We have done really well. We have

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won two games. I have played since I was really

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little, but the coaches give you so much passion.

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I would like to go all the way. Especially with my coaches, they

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have really inspired me. Huge fundraising efforts and

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donations also mean that the girls get a kit and pay small fees.

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We are all one big family. They give them so much. They get their

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exercise, their confidence, and they become part of a family.

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New members are joining them weekly.

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An endangered breed of tiger moved into Dudley Zoo today. The Sumatran

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tiger has been brought over from Germany as part of a conservation

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programme. Our reporter Kevin Reide is at the Zoo for us ` how rare is

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this tiger? It is incredibly rare. The official

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description is that it is critically endangered. It is believed that

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there are very few of these tigers left. The arrival of Joe is seen as

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a good step. He is not in the enclosure behind me, he is in the

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Tiger house. In morning of excitement and anticipation, as they

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waited the arrival of the Tiger. Finally, a glimpse as they waited

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for him to be moved into his new home. He was put into the enclosure

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by crane and then released into the house.

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The zookeeper is trying to calm him down. We hope to enter the enclosure

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sooner. Finally, he was, off to face the

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camera, although he was grumpy. He is very rare.

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He is thought to be one of only a few of these tigers left on the

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planet. There are said to be more tiger rugs in the world than there

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are of these actual tigers. He seems OK.

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That he is growling. What does that mean? He has had a big change. He

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used to live with his sisters in Germany, but now he is alone.

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His former home was near Frankfurt. He is now going to be with another

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tiger who is settled at Dudley Zoo. It is a magnificent animal. The

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conservation, bringing tigers to the public, we will hopefully get the

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message across. Eight tiger cubs have been born at

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the zoo in the last few years, and hopefully more will be.

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He looks beautiful. When will he have visitors? Over the next few

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days, he will be a climate I then to his new environment.

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Then he will be introduced to his new mate. While they meet each other

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and get to know each other, it could be a bit snow fracking, but it is

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thought that they will get to know each other, because they are young.

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But it is hoped that people will be able to visit them by next week. A

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reminder that Dudley Zoo is open all year round.

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It is just six weeks until Christmas. We have sent our reporter

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out to the German market. Will be winter weather be here?

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Maybe not tonight, but it should be later this week.

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It is cold tonight, but people are still at the market. This market

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will last until late in December. We are expecting 4 million visitors to

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visit the market. It is the biggest German market outside Germany and

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Austria. Although it has been cold here, it has been even cold in

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Frankfurt. It will be one degree that night. That is not too

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different from here, the temperatures will be around to

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Celsius tonight. The clear skies that we had to end the day will

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stick with us. The wind, that made it colder today, that will drop. The

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temperatures will fall away and we could cease and frost tomorrow. A

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cold start to our Friday, but it should be quite cloudy during the

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day. Then, there will be some brightness in the eastern areas.

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Temperatures not too different than they have been today. However,

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having said that, without those wins, it will be milder. In the

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sunshine, it will be pleasant. We will have that cloud on Saturday.

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Further south, we watched is `` see some clear spells. We will see some

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mist and frog on Saturday. It will be a mild night. Into the weekend,

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it will be milder. There will be a cold front, with

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some rain. We will get a different air mass, which means that things

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will get much colder next week. Eyes, frost and snow in the

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forecast. I will be back at 10pm, when we will

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be finding out what social workers think about the crisis of social

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care and children's services in Birmingham. Goodbye.

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