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Publication  —  Coercive and controlling behaviour, Domestic abuse, Female genital mutilation, Forced marriage, Harassment and stalking, Honour-based violence, Rape, VAWG  — 

This report sets out findings from our inspection of how effectively the police respond to violence against women and girls (VAWG) offences.

Publication  —  Coercive and controlling behaviour, Domestic abuse, Effectiveness, Female genital mutilation, Force management statement, Harassment and stalking, Honour-based violence, Joint inspection, Rape  — 

This is the first of two inspection reports that will consider the response, decision-making and effectiveness of the police and Crown Prosecution Service at every stage of a rape case – from first report through to finalisation of the case.

Publication  —  Coercive and controlling behaviour, Domestic abuse, Female genital mutilation, Forced marriage, Harassment and stalking, Honour-based violence, Rape, VAWG  — 

In March 2021, the Home Secretary commissioned Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) to inspect the effectiveness of police engagement with women and girls. Our final report will be published in September 2021.

Publication  —  COVID-19, Domestic abuse  — 

This review looks at how the police responded to the unique challenges the COVID-19 pandemic placed on preventing and responding to domestic abuse.

Publication  —  Domestic abuse, Modern slavery, Super-complaint, Vulnerability  — 

Summary On 18 December 2018, Liberty and Southall Black Sisters made a super-complaint to HMICFRS. This super-complaint concerns migrant victims in vulnerable circumstances. They usually arise from crimes of domestic abuse or modern slavery and human trafficking. The super-complaint put forward by Liberty and Southall Black Sisters is about the treatment of victims of crime

Publication  —  Domestic abuse, Joint inspection  — 

Her Majesty’s Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate (HMCPSI) and HMICFRS conducted an inspection to find out whether the guidance and policy on evidence led prosecutions is widely understood by both police officers and prosecutors; and whether they seek to build viable evidence led prosecutions where appropriate.

Publication  —  Domestic abuse, Effectiveness, PEEL  — 

This report is the fourth in a series of thematic reports, which consider the response the police service provides to victims of domestic abuse.

Publication  —  Domestic abuse  — 

Summary This report is the third in a series of thematic reports which consider the response provided to victims of domestic abuse by the police service. We published our first report in this series in March 2014. Since that time the service provided by the police to victims of domestic abuse has improved markedly. Victims

Publication  —  Domestic abuse  — 

Summary In March 2014, HMIC published Everyone’s business: Improving the police response to domestic abuse. This report found significant weaknesses in the service provided to victims of domestic abuse, and made a series of recommendations aimed at helping forces to improve. Between June and August 2015, as part of its PEEL: Effectiveness inspection programme, HMIC

Publication  —  Domestic abuse  — 

In September 2013, HMIC was commissioned by the Home Secretary to inspect the police response to domestic violence and abuse. This report found that, while most forces and police and crime commissioners said domestic abuse is a priority, this isn’t being translated into an operational reality.