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A police force in central England said on Tuesday it had arrested a man after receiving anonymous information about a threat to its staff.West Midlands Police brought in extra safety measures and issued a warning to its officers after the threat, which Sky News said involved a plot to kidnap and kill a police officer in Britain's second city Birmingham on Monday night.In October, Britain's most senior counter-terrorism officer Mark Rowley warned police around the country to be alert to possible risks to their safety when the threat to officers was raised to substantial, meaning an attack was a strong possibility.
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