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Publication  —  Crime recording  — 

In November 2015, HMIC announced that it would inspect forces’ crime-recording practices in a rolling programme of every force in England and Wales. This rolling programme will be completed over a period of several years and will report on the progress made by forces since the 2014 crime data integrity inspection.

Publication  —  Crime recording  — 

In November 2015, HMIC announced that it would inspect forces’ crime-recording practices in a rolling programme of every force in England and Wales. This rolling programme will be completed over a period of several years and will report on the progress made by forces since the 2014 crime data integrity inspection. This report sets out the findings of an inspection of Staffordshire Police.

Publication  —  Crime recording  — 

In November 2015, HMIC announced that it would inspect forces’ crime-recording practices in a rolling programme of every force in England and Wales. This rolling programme will be completed over a period of several years and will report on the progress made by forces since the 2014 crime data integrity inspection. This report sets out the findings of an inspection of Greater Manchester Police.

Publication  —  Crime recording  — 

In November 2015, HMIC announced that it would inspect forces’ crime-recording practices in a rolling programme of every force in England and Wales. This rolling programme will be completed over a period of several years and will report on the progress made by forces since the 2014 crime data integrity inspection. This report sets out the findings of an inspection of Sussex Police.

Publication  —  Efficiency, PEEL, Vulnerability  — 

HMIC’s efficiency inspection of the Police Service of Northern Ireland assessed how a force makes the best use of its available resources with the overall question ‘How efficient is the force at keeping people safe and reducing crime?’

Publication  —  Effectiveness, PEEL, Vulnerability  — 

In this inspection of effectiveness (vulnerability) in the PSNI, HMIC examined the overall question ‘How effective is the PSNI at protecting from harm those who are vulnerable, and supporting victims?’ This question considered how the service responds to and supports missing children and victims of domestic abuse, and assessed how well prepared the service is to respond to and safeguard children at risk of sexual exploitation.

Publication  —  Child protection, Joint inspection  — 

Between 20 and 24 June 2016, Ofsted, the Care Quality Commission, HMI Constabulary and HMI Probation undertook a joint inspection of the multi-agency response to abuse and neglect in Liverpool. This inspection included a ‘deep dive’ focus on the response to child sexual exploitation and those missing from home, care or education.

Publication  —  Criminal justice joint inspections, Custody suites  — 

This report is one of a series on police custody inspections carried out jointly by HMI Prisons and HMIC. The inspections look at strategy, treatment and conditions, individual rights and health care. They also contribute to the United Kingdom’s response to its international obligation to ensure regular and independent inspection of all places of detention.

Publication  —  National Crime Agency  — 

The National Crime Agency was created in 2013 to lead the UK’s fight against serious and organised crime. In 2014, HMIC published An inspection of the NCA, which examined how efficient and effective it was in undertaking the statutory requirement of the criminal intelligence function with regard to information. This report sets out the findings of a progress inspection.

Publication  —  National Crime Agency  — 

This report sets out findings of an inspection into whether risks are identified and mitigated in a timely and prioritised manner, and how efficient and effective the International Crime Bureau is.

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