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Publication  —  Crime recording  — 

In 2017, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) conducted a crime data integrity inspection of Kent Police. HMICFRS published the report of this inspection in June 2017 and concluded that the crime-recording arrangements in the force were not acceptable. The 2017 report made a series of recommendations and areas for improvement aimed at improving crime-recording in Kent. This re-inspection assessed the progress made since that report.

Publication  —  Crime recording  — 

In November 2015, HMIC announced that it would inspect forces’ crime-recording practices in a rolling programme of every force in England and Wales. This rolling programme will be completed over a period of several years and will report on the progress made by forces since the 2014 crime data integrity inspection. This report sets out the findings of an inspection of Kent Police.

Publication  —  Crime recording  — 

Summary In its 2013/14 inspection programme, approved by the Home Secretary under section 54 of the Police Act 1996, HMIC committed to carry out an inspection into the way the 43 police forces in England and Wales record crime data. HMIC examined and assessed the integrity of crime data in each force. We focused our

Publication  —  Crime recording  — 

Summary In its 2013/14 inspection programme, approved by the Home Secretary under section 54 of the Police Act 1996, HMIC committed to carry out an inspection into the way the 43 police forces in England and Wales record crime data. This inspection, carried out between February and August 2014, was the most extensive of its

Publication  —  Crime recording, Data quality  — 

Summary In February 2013, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent commissioned HMIC to conduct an inspection to determine whether the people of Kent can have confidence in the force’s crime figures. HMIC reviewed key stages of Kent Police’s crime recording process – from initial calls from the public, through to the final resolution of