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Victims and resolutions

The police service is just one element of the wider criminal justice system. HMICFRS works with other inspectorates in order to provide a fuller picture of victims’ journeys through the criminal justice system.

Our Work  —  Large-scale policing, Protecting people online, Victims and resolutions

Fraud is a unique type of crime. There is more of it than there is of other crimes, it is often complex and it has no respect for jurisdictional boundaries. Victims and offenders are often remote from one another, as are the agencies that tackle fraud. Unlike other crimes, there is a national process for

Our Work  —  Protecting people from violence and abuse, Victims and resolutions

The Rape Monitoring Group (RMG) is a multi-agency group in England and Wales, which HMICFRS co-ordinates. The RMG was established in 2007 to promote improvements in response to rape across the criminal justice system. This page sets out: RMG publications; RMG data; and useful information and links for understanding the data. Publications Every year, the

Our Work  —  Behind the frontline, International and specialist agencies, Victims and resolutions

Building on experience from the police custody suite inspections, HMICFRS and HM Inspectorate of Prisons (HMIP), introduced Terrorism Act (TACT) custody facilities inspection in England.

Our Work  —  Behind the frontline, Protecting people from violence and abuse, Victims and resolutions

Please note: In July 2017 HMIC took on responsibility for fire & rescue service inspections and was renamed HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS). Inspections carried out before July 2017 may continue to refer to HMIC. The welfare of vulnerable people in police custody In January 2014, the Home Secretary commissioned

Our Work  —  Victims and resolutions

Youth offending teams (YOTs) are provided by local councils to work with young people that are arrested or in trouble with the police; are sentenced with a crime and have to go to court; or are convicted of a crime and sentenced. Although YOTs are separate from the police and the courts, they work closely