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#022/2010 – Rhaid i Asiantaethau yn Sir Benfro wella er mwyn diogelu ac amddiffyn plant Nid yw Asiantaethau yn Sir Benfro wedi gweithio’n effeithiol bob amser i amddiffyn plant rhag cael eu cam-drin gan weithwyr proffesiynol, ac mae’n rhaid gwneud gwelliannau. Dyna a gafodd ei gyhoeddi heddiw mewn adroddiad ar y cyd gan arolygiaethau. Mae’r

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#022/2011 Agencies in Pembrokeshire must improve to safeguard and protect children Agencies in Pembrokeshire have not always worked effectively to protect children from abuse by professionals, and improvements are needed, a joint inspectorate report published today has found. The report, Joint inspectorates’ review of inter-agency arrangements and practice to safeguard and protect children in Pembrokeshire

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#021/2011 Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements a success but further progress can be made, say inspectors Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) to reduce the risk of harm to the public presented by offenders in the community have been successful but need to evolve, said independent inspectors, as they published the report of a joint inspection of

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#020/2011 HMIC enables the public to see how their local police force compares using a new online tool The public will, from today, be able to compare crime, quality of service, cost and workforce data through police.uk. ‘Crime and Policing Comparator’ is HM Inspectorate of Constabulary’s (HMIC) online tool that brings together data from all

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A joint report by the National Audit Office, HMIC and the Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate found that an initiative to cut the amount of paperwork in prosecution files can reduce the time burden on police forces. But there are wide differences between individual forces in how far they are complying with the guidance and lack

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Our report, Undercover Tactics in Public Order and Extremism, was due to be published on Thursday 20 October. However, in light of the allegations in the media today, we are delaying this launch. This is so we can consider the relevance of this information to the recommendations for improvement in undercover policing tactics that we

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#019/2011 Nid yw Byrddau Lleoo Diogelu Plant yn Dangos eu Heffaith ar Fywydau Plant Nid yw Byrddau Lleol Diogelu Plant (BLlDP) yn dangos yn effeithiol sut y maent yn gwella canlyniadau i blant a phobl ifanc yng Nghymru. Casgliad y cyd-adroddiad arolygu a gyhoeddwyd heddiw gan bum arolygiaeth (Arolygiaeth Gofal a Gwasanaethau Cymdeithasol Cymru, Arolygiaeth

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#019/2011 Local Safeguarding Children Boards are not demonstrating their impact on children’s lives Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCBs) are not demonstrating effectively how they are improving outcomes for children and young people in Wales. The joint inspection report published today by five inspectorates (Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales, Healthcare Inspectorate Wales, Estyn, Her Majesty’s

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#018/2011 Police custody in Cambridgeshire – much improved Police custody provision in Cambridgeshire had improved significantly, said Nick Hardwick, Chief Inspector of Prisons, and Dru Sharpling, HM Inspector of Constabulary, publishing the report of a follow-up inspection into custody suites in Cambridgeshire. The inspection was a follow-up to a previous critical inspection in 2008, and

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#017/2011 Police custody in Cleveland – generally positive Police custody provision in Cleveland was well managed, said Nick Hardwick, Chief Inspector of Prisons, and Dru Sharpling, HM Inspector of Constabulary, publishing the report of a joint unannounced inspection into custody suites in Cleveland. The inspection was part of a national programme of joint inspections of

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