PEEL: police legitimacy 2017 - Greater Manchester Police

Summary

As in PEEL legitimacy 2016, this inspection looked at the extent to which:

  • forces treat people with fairness and respect;
  • they ensure their workforces act ethically and lawfully; and
  • those workforces feel they have been treated with fairness and respect by the forces.

After the terrorist attack in Manchester on 22 May 2017, HMICFRS agreed with Greater Manchester Police that we would not undertake a full inspection. The report below sets out the findings of our limited inspection of the force, but no graded judgment has been made.

HMICFRS also assessed legitimacy on a national level, drawing out overarching themes which are set out in the national overview.

The legitimacy reports will be followed by effectiveness reports in early 2018. These, together with efficiency reports published in November 2017, make up the three pillars of the annual PEEL assessment.

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PEEL: police legitimacy 2017 – Greater Manchester Police

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PEEL: police legitimacy 2017 – a national overview

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PEEL: police legitimacy 2017 – force press releases

Forces working hard to improve their legitimacy but stop and search disparities remain a concern

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