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#027/2010 – Working with children to prevent crime needs better evaluation, say inspectors The work to turn children away from crime needs to be more focused and to be evaluated better, said independent inspectors who have today published a joint report on youth crime prevention. Many adults in the criminal justice system began offending in

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#026/2010 – Cleveland Police Authority is ‘performing well’ Cleveland Police Authority is ‘performing well’, according to an independent new report released today by the Audit Commission and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC). On a scale from one to four the joint inspection team assessed the Authority’s performance as ‘three’, which represents good performance. The

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#025/2010 – Salford Basic Command Unit is ‘fair’ and improving Policing in Salford is fair and is getting better, according to a report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary. The inspection of Salford Basic Command Unit (BCU), part of Greater Manchester Police, found that it requires improvement but has strengths in making places safe and

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#024/2010 – Trafford Basic Command Unit is ‘fair’ and improving Policing in Trafford is fair and is getting better, according to a report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary. The inspection of Trafford Basic Command Unit (BCU), part of Greater Manchester Police, found that it requires improvement but has strengths in making places safe and

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#023/2010 – Hertfordshire Police Authority is ‘performing well’ Hertfordshire Police Authority is ‘performing well’, according to an independent new report released today by the Audit Commission and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC). On a scale from one to four the joint inspection team assessed the Authority’s performance as ‘three’, which represents good performance. Inspectors

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#022/2010 – Police Custody in Bexley – generally positive Police custody in Bexley was generally positive, but some improvements could be made, said Sir Denis O’Connor, Chief Inspector of Constabulary, and Nigel Newcomen, Deputy Chief Inspector of Prisons, publishing the report of a joint inspection into custody suites in the London Borough of Bexley. The

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#021/2010 – Police Custody in Kingston Upon Thames – generally positive Police custody in Kingston was generally positive, but there were some issues about monitoring the use of force and health services, said Sir Denis O’Connor, Chief Inspector of Constabulary, and Nigel Newcomen, Deputy Chief Inspector of Prisons, publishing the report of a joint inspection

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#020/2010 – Police Custody in Merton – generally positive Police custody in Merton was generally positive, but there were some issues about staffing, health services and support for vulnerable detainees, said Sir Denis O’Connor, Chief Inspector of Constabulary, and Nigel Newcomen, Deputy Chief Inspector of Prisons, publishing the report of a joint inspection into custody

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#019/2010 – Watchdogs find police could save up to £1 billion Three national watchdogs, the Audit Commission, HMIC and the Wales Audit Office, have found that the police in England and Wales could save up to £1 billion (12% of central government funding) without reducing police availability. In two reports they outline where savings can

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#018/2010 – Police buried under a blizzard of guidance, warns Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary Police have become bogged down in a ‘snow-storm’ of guidance at the expense of their availability to the public the Chief Inspector of Constabulary, Sir Denis O’Connor, warned today. Addressing senior members of police forces and police authorities, Sir

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