Working in step? A joint inspection of local criminal justice partnerships by HMIC, HMCPSI and HMI Probation

Summary

Local multi-agency partnerships have been established in a number of complex areas of public policy, such as crime reduction and public health, in order to determine and work towards shared local priorities; oversee services which are provided jointly; and manage the risks and interdependencies between work carried out on a single agency basis. This report presents the findings of an inspection of how these partnerships work.

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Limited evidence that local criminal justice partnerships are making a positive difference – CJJI report

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Hampshire police and crime commissioner’s response to ‘Working in step?’

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