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HMIC has launched a consultation which welcomes views on our proposed inspection activity for the coming year. The consultation will be open until Friday 24 February 2015.

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Police custody in Avon and Somerset had improved, but progress had been slow and further work was required, said Peter Clarke, Chief Inspector of Prisons, and Dru Sharpling, HM Inspector of Constabulary. Today they published the report of an unannounced inspection. Get the report Avon and Somerset – Joint inspection of police custody The inspection

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Police forces are good at treating the majority of people fairly and reinforcing high standards of behaviour, but police leaders need to do much more to tackle the serious problem of the abuse of authority resulting in the sexual exploitation of victims, according to a report published today by HMIC.

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Committed staff and managers had made further improvements to police custody in West Yorkshire and detainees were generally held safely and decently, said Martin Lomas, Deputy Chief Inspector of Prisons, and Dru Sharpling, HM Inspector of Constabulary.

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Fundamental deficiencies in the way that the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) understands and responds to child abuse and sexual exploitation is putting children in London at risk, according to a report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary.

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Police custody in South Wales had improved and the force seemed committed to sustaining those improvements, said Martin Lomas, Deputy Chief Inspector of Prisons, and Dru Sharpling, HM Inspector of Constabulary. Today they published the report of an unannounced inspection.

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On Wednesday 16 November 2016, HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary, Sir Thomas Winsor, addressed the Annual Joint APCC and NPCC Conference on Police Reform.

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HMIC has published the latest value for money profiles which provide comparative data on a wide range of policing activities.

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Lancashire Police had failed to build on previous progress in the way it held people in custody, said Martin Lomas, Deputy Chief Inspector of Prisons, and Dru Sharpling, HM Inspector of Constabulary. Today they published the report of an unannounced inspection.

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The majority of police forces in England and Wales continue to do a good job in identifying current demand and managing their resources.

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