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Publication  —  Death investigation, Inspection, Specialist inspection, Terms of reference  — 

Sophie Linden, Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime requested that HMICFRS conduct an inspection following the East London inquests touching the deaths of Anthony Walgate, Gabriel Kovari, Daniel Whitworth and Jack Taylor, victims of Stephen Port.

Publication  —  Domestic abuse, Inspection, Rape  — 

This inspection focused on how well the Royal Navy Police prevents domestic abuse and rape and serious sexual offences (RASSO), and how well it investigates these incidents.

Publication  —  Domestic abuse, Inspection, Rape  — 

This inspection focused on how well the Royal Military Police prevents domestic abuse and rape and serious sexual offences, and how well it investigates these incidents.

Publication  —  Domestic abuse, Inspection, Rape  — 

This inspection focused on how well the Royal Air Force Police prevents domestic abuse and rape and serious sexual offences, and how well it investigates these incidents.

Publication  —  Inspection  — 

In 2019, His Excellency, The Governor of St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha invited HMICFRS to inspect the St Helena Police Service.

Publication  —  Inspection  — 

This inspection focused on the strategic leadership and direction of the Royal Navy Police, oversight to ensure investigations are kept free from improper interference, and how well the Royal Navy Police uses the National Intelligence Model.

Publication  —  Inspection  — 

Summary In Northern Ireland when a person dies in unexplained or suspicious circumstances, a post-mortem examination is carried out by a pathologist to establish the cause of death. During the post-mortem examination, samples of human tissue are taken and retained. In October 2012, the Minister of Justice for Northern Ireland, Mr David Ford MLA, commissioned

Publication  —  Inspection  — 

Summary HMIC has been commissioned by the Department of Justice for Northern Ireland to carry out an inspection of the policies and procedures of the Historical Enquiries Team (HET). HMIC is currently conducting this inspection and will report its findings to the Department of Justice in 2013. Get the document Historical Enquiries Team Inspection – terms of reference (PDF, 106KB, new window)

Publication  —  Inspection  — 

This inspection was commissioned by His Excellency, Sir Richard Gozney, KCMG CVO, Governor and Commander-in-Chief and Michael DeSilva, CPM FCMI, Commissioner of Police.

Publication  —  Inspection  — 

Public order policing review – terms of reference (PDF, 148KB, new window) (PDF document) Get the free PDF Reader from Adobe (external link)