Reception to show the community's appreciation of the West Midlands Police Force was held at Birmingham Hebrew Congregation

November 6, 2008
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A reception to show the community's appreciation of the West Midlands Police Force was held at Birmingham Hebrew Congregation. Chief minister Rabbi Yossi Jacobs opened the afternoon by addressing the 200-strong audience with a talk about Judaism and the Birmingham community. The Chief Constable, Sir Paul Scott-Lee, then spoke about the work of the police force and the community. Rabbi Jacobs told the JC: "The reception was held to show our recognition of the police along with enabling us to build bridges with the wider community."

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