Targeting the risk

Summary

In May 2013, the Association of Chief Police Officers’ Firearms and Explosive Licensing Working Group invited HMIC to inspect firearms licensing. In July 2013, the Home Secretary gave approval for HMIC to examine how well police forces had responded to concerns raised about firearms licensing in previous reports on the subject. This report sets out the findings from the inspection.

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Targeting the risk: an inspection of the efficiency and effectiveness of firearms licensing in police forces in England and Wales

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Firearms licensing missing the mark

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Cleveland police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Targeting the risk’

Cumbria police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Targeting the risk’

Dorset police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Targeting the risk’

Dyfed-Powys police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Targeting the risk’

Merseyside police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Targeting the risk’

Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime’s response to ‘Targeting the risk’

Nottinghamshire police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Targeting the risk’

Surrey police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Targeting the risk’

Thames Valley police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Targeting the risk’

Warwickshire police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Targeting the risk’

West Mercia police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Targeting the risk’

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