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Publication  —  National Crime Agency  — 

HMICFRS is required by the Crime and Courts Act 2013 to inspect the National Crime Agency. Following an inspection we must report to the Home Secretary on the efficiency and effectiveness of the NCA.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, Efficiency, National Crime Agency, PEEL  — 

HMICFRS inspected the National Crime Agency as part of our PEEL inspections. See our recommendations.

Publication  —  National Crime Agency  — 

In HMICFRS’ sixth inspection of the National Crime Agency, we examine its criminal intelligence function.

Publication  —  Joint inspection, National Crime Agency  — 

This reports sets out the findings of our joint inspection, carried out with Her Majesty’s Crwon Prosecution Service Inspectorate (HMCPSI).

Publication  —  National Crime Agency  — 

HMICFRS’s fourth inspection of the National Crime Agency, looking at the national tasking, coordination and governance of the response to serious and organised crime.

Publication  —  National Crime Agency  — 

HMICFRS’ third inspection of the National Crime Agency, looking at the support provided to law enforcement in respect of serious crime investigations.

Publication  —  National Crime Agency  — 

The National Crime Agency was created in 2013 to lead the UK’s fight against serious and organised crime. In 2014, HMIC published An inspection of the NCA, which examined how efficient and effective it was in undertaking the statutory requirement of the criminal intelligence function with regard to information. This report sets out the findings of a progress inspection.

Publication  —  National Crime Agency  — 

This report sets out findings of an inspection into whether risks are identified and mitigated in a timely and prioritised manner, and how efficient and effective the International Crime Bureau is.

Publication  —  National Crime Agency  — 

Summary The Crime and Courts Act 2013, requires Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) to inspect the efficiency and effectiveness of the National Crime Agency (NCA). The Secretary of State can also request that HMIC inspects the NCA in respect of a particular matter. The NCA became operational in October 2013 and this is the

Publication  —  National Crime Agency  — 

This report lays out the findings of the first HMIC inspection into the efficiency and effectiveness of the National Crime Agency in leading the UK’s fight against serious and organised crime.