A memorial to officers who have died on duty is to be unveiled by West Midlands Police.
It will pay tribute to the 89 officers who have died on duty since 1822 in Birmingham, Coventry and the Black Country.
The memorial will be unveiled at police headquarters, Lloyd House on 31 January.
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