Integrity matters: An inspection of arrangements to ensure integrity and to provide the capability to tackle corruption in policing (902)

By 31 August 2015, all chief constables should satisfy themselves that they have processes in place to ensure that investigations into misconduct by officers and staff resulting in “no further action” are fair and free of any form of discrimination.

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This is business as usual for the force, with the force feeling that such investigations and hearings are fair, they are generally overseen by a chief officer and any misconduct is supported through the people intelligence board process.