An announcement on the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioners website on 17 October says
Sixteen young people have been chosen as the West Midlands’ new Youth Commissioners. The election took place over a two week period with just over five thousand votes cast from people across the region. The Youth Commissioners will advise the Police and Crime Commissioner on law and order issues affecting children and teenagers. They will also be asked to represent the views and stand up for the rights of young people within the police force area.
Each borough in the West Midlands will be represented by two Youth Commissioners who will serve a two year term.
As well as speaking directly to the PCC the volunteer Youth Commissioners will liaise with police officers, decision makers and youth organisations about crime, justice and victim services. They will also be asked to challenge the force when it fails to live up to expectations. Voting took place online and in person at schools, youth centres and community centres.
The Youth Commissioners for Coventry are said to be
Husnaa Mota (17 years old)
Deepti Sapkota (17 years old)