Crime data integrity force reports

Summary

In its 2013/14 inspection programme, approved by the Home Secretary under section 54 of the Police Act 1996, HMIC is committed to carry out an inspection into the way the 43 police forces in England and Wales record crime data. This inspection, carried out between February and August 2014, is the most extensive of its kind that HMIC has ever undertaken into crime data integrity.

These force reports follow on from the interim report we published in May 2014. They include specific recommendations for each force on how to improve the accuracy of, and therefore public confidence in, the way the police records crime.

We will publish a second batch of force-specific reports in Autumn 2014.

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Crime data integrity – inspection of Cheshire Constabulary

Crime data integrity – inspection of City of London Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of Cleveland Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of Devon and Cornwall Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of Essex Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of Gloucestershire Constabulary

Crime data integrity – inspection of Greater Manchester Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of Gwent Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of Hertfordshire Constabulary

Crime data integrity – inspection of Humberside Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of Leicestershire Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of the Metropolitan Police Service

Crime data integrity – inspection of Norfolk Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of North Wales Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of North Yorkshire Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of Northamptonshire Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of South Yorkshire Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of Suffolk Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of West Midlands Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of West Yorkshire Police

Crime data integrity – inspection of Wiltshire Police

Get the police and crime commissioners’ responses to the force reports

Suffolk police and crime commissioner’s response to the ‘Crime data integrity’ force reports

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