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#004/2010 – You don’t have to be a detective to find out about your police Families now have access to more information than ever before about their risk from crime and anti-social behaviour, the performance of their local police force and how much it costs them, with a new assessment launched by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate

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#002/2010 – Policing Pledge: HMIC publishes progress reports Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of the Constabulary today publishes progress reports on how well four forces are delivering the Policing Pledge – the ten minimum standards that the police service has promised to meet. Details of how Cambridgeshire Constabulary, City of London Police, Hertfordshire Constabulary and Lincolnshire Police

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#001/2010 – Inspection on Police Custody Suites in Leicestershire Constabulary Today, the Chief Inspectors of Prisons and Constabulary publish the report of a joint inspection of police custody suites in Leicestershire. This is part of a regular programme of police custody inspections. Overall, the inspection revealed a positive picture, with much good practice. Inspectors found:

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#010/2009 – The British model of policing must be nurtured It is time to reassert the principles of the traditional British model of approachable, impartial and accountable policing based on minimum force for major public order events, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary says today. Introducing the second part of HMIC’s review of policing protest,

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#007/2009 – Forces must ensure accurate recording of violence Most violence is being recorded correctly by police but some victims may have been denied the service they deserve because their allegations were not recorded as crimes, according to Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary. Overall, a review of 43 police forces in England and Wales found

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#006/2009 – Lessons must be learnt from the arrest of Damian Green MP The police should only investigate the most serious leaks and leave the remainder for government departments to pursue, an HMIC review into the inquiry and arrest of MP Damian Green recommends. HM Chief Inspector Denis O’Connor said while the police must continue

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Inspections of police custody suites in Cambridgeshire exposed poor conditions and a lack of strategic management, according to a report jointly published by HM Inspectorate of Prisons and HMIC. Inspectors were disappointed by a lack of effective strategic attention to custodial issues and found

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