Officers will step up patrol at Birmingham Airport as more than 150 football hooligans have been ordered to hand over passports ahead of the Euro 2016.
A total of 160 fans banned from watching matches have been asked to surrender their documents today and tomorrow.
Police want to stop them travelling to the tournament in France that starts on 10 June.
Officers will also step up patrols at Birmingham Airport and have teams of “spotters” looking for troublemakers who ignore the restriction.
Banning orders are there for a reason and known troublemakers will not be welcome at Euro 2016.
We will actively pursue anyone who fails to hand over their passport. Although in previous years the majority have understood the consequences of ignoring the order and complied with the conditions.
People may see a more visible police presence at the airport but there is no reason to be alarmed, we will have a targeted, intelligence-led approach.
Those who ignore the conditions of their order could be jailed for up to six months or fined up to £5,000.
A banning order usually runs for between three and ten years and prevents anyone convicted of football-related offences from attending matches or going to overseas tournaments.
They are given to people convicted of violence or disorder and also those who commit a football-related offence such as fighting or damaging property in a pub while watching a match.
Passports will be retained until the end of the competition and will then be handed back.
The world's largest passenger aircraft landed with passengers at Birmingham Airport for the very first time this afternoon, signalling the start of its regular use on the route between Birmingham and Dubai.
We spoke to Paul Kehoe, Chief Executive, Birmingham Airport to find out what this means for the Midlands:
West Midlands Police have confirmed that the threat level for the West Midlands has not increased as a result of this morning's Brussels terror attacks.
The force said it had 'appropriate police resources already ready in place' at Birmingham Airport providing 'visible reassurance' to travellers.
They added that the situation would continue to be reviewed and that their thoughts were with those who have been affected.
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Airlines have scheduled eight more flights to bring holidaymakers home to Britain today.
- Thomas Cook will fly tourists back to Gatwick this afternoon
- Thomson has planes bound for Gatwick, Birmingham and Manchester
- Two easyJet planes will fly into Luton
- Monarch will also operate two flights, one to Gatwick and the other to Birmingham
- British Airways also has a flight scheduled for tomorrow.
Nearly 2,000 tourists returned to airports across England yesterday aboard nine flights, along with around 1,500 on Friday.
But thousands more are still stranded in the Egyptian holiday resort and Government officials warned it is likely the increased safety measures mean many will have to stay in the country for a while longer.
With a limited number of flights able to leave Sharm el-Sheikh each day for the UK, it is likely that tour operators or airlines will advise some people to extend their stay at their resort.
Monarch Airlines has announced it plans to operate two flights from Sharm el-Sheikh Airport on Sunday, including one to Birmingham Airport.
Customers due to travel on these flights have been contacted.
- Flight ZB475 is currently planned to depart from Sharm El Sheikh at 1820hrs (local time) arriving back into Birmingham 2220hrs (local time).
- Flight ZB249 is currently planned to depart from Sharm El Sheikh at 1710hrs (local time) arriving back into London Gatwick 2040hrs (local time).
"Monarch is working continuously with Department of Transport and the Egyptian authorities to get customers back to the UK as quickly as possible.
"We recognise this is a very frustrating situation and apologise for the inconvenience this is causing our customers."
A mother who was stranded in Egypt after flights back to the UK were suspended over terrorism concerns says the experience was chaotic and distressing.
Kerrie Spencer, who is six months pregnant and from Ashby-de-la-Zouch in Leicestershire, was one of thousands of British holidaymakers stuck at Sharm el-Sheikh airport. Phil Brewster reports.
Britons unable to fly home from Sharm el-Sheikh have spoken of their growing frustration at being stuck in Egypt.
Several holidaymakers told ITV News that many people were starting to panic and the novelty of having a few extra days by the pool had quickly worn off.
Nine flights are expected to leave Sharm for the UK on Saturday, but it is nowhere near enough to meet the demand.
Officials have said they hope to get all the British tourists home within 10 days.