Integrity matters: An inspection of arrangements to ensure integrity and to provide the capability to tackle corruption in policing

Summary

In our 2014/15 inspection programme, HMIC committed to carry out an inspection of police integrity and leadership. In March 2014, the Home Secretary asked HMIC to look at the anti-corruption capability of forces as part of the inspection, including the ability of professional standards departments to gather regular, actionable, intelligence on corruption matters.

In April 2014, the Home Secretary wrote again to HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary in relation to reports into past investigations of corruption carried out by the Metropolitan Police Service, and asked that these reports be considered fully in this inspection.

This report sets out our findings, and considers previous counter-corruption work in the Metropolitan Police Service.

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Police integrity and corruption – literature review, by Professor Tim Newburn, London School of Economics & Political Science

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