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28 April 2016, 05:37 | Updated: 28 April 2016, 17:24
Overnight, all the candidates running to be the new person in charge of policing in the West Midlands - have been talking about how they want to tackle gun crime in Birmingham.
It comes after a rise in the number of shootings in the city since the end of last year.
Running is Labour candidate David Jamieson, who is the current Police and Crime Commissioner, Independent candidate Andy Flynn, Les Jones for the Conservative Party and Pete Durnell from UKIP.
The elections take place in one weeks time. (Thursday 5th May).