Stop and search powers 2: are the police using them effectively and fairly?

Summary

This report sets out the findings of an inspection into the progress made by forces since HMIC’s 2013 report, Stop and Search Powers: Are the police using them effectively and fairly? It also addresses the Home Secretary’s new commission for HMIC to examine the way the police use powers to stop motor vehicles and strip search people.

You can find current stop and search data broken down to individual force level here on police.uk

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Stop and search powers 2: are the police using them effectively and fairly?

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Stop and search 2 force reports

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Police forces failing to understand the impact of stop and search

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Dorset police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’

Greater Manchester police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’

Hertfordshire police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’

Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’

Merseyside police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’

Northumbria police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’

Nottinghamshire police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’

Staffordshire police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’

Sussex police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’

Thames Valley police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’

West Mercia police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’ (please refer to page 34)

West Midlands police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’

West Yorkshire police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Stop and search powers 2’

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