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The police and crime commissioner for Sussex asked us to carry out a further detailed inspection of the Sussex Police response to stalking and harassment.

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In June 2014, the East Midlands PCCs asked HMIC to inspect the effectiveness and efficiency of the single counter-terrorism grant arrangement at the East Midlands Special Operations Unit. The East Midlands region comprises the police forces of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire. HMIC previously inspected the wider collaboration arrangements for these forces in 2013.

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At the request of the South Yorkshire police and crime commissioner, HMIC assessed the effectiveness of the force’s approach to protecting children from sexual exploitation, and made recommendations in our November 2013 report. Following a revist carried out in May 2014, HMIC provided this feedback.

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Cheshire Constabulary – review of burglary dwelling investigations Summary A report by HM Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC), which reviewed burglary dwelling investigations by Cheshire Constabulary, has found clear evidence that staff at all ranks are committed to tackling burglary dwelling. The review, which was commissioned by the police and crime commissioner (PCC) for Cheshire, found

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Summary In July 2013, the Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) for the East Midlands region (Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire) commissioned Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary to conduct a review of the arrangements for collaboration between the five forces in the region. The purpose of the commission was “to provide [the PCCs] with high-level

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Summary This leaflet summarises for police and crime commissioners: how we plan to share our expertise and information in a timely, targeted and useful way; our proposed mix of scheduled meetings and as-required updates; and the ways we will ask for your views on how we can best work together in the future. Get the

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Summary On 22 November, police and crime commissioners will take office in 41 police force areas in England and Wales. HMIC visited all 41 police authorities to test the progress they are making in planning for future budgets and governance. This report summarises what we found. A letter was sent to each police authority, providing

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Summary On 15 November 2012 the first elections outside London for police and crime commissioners (PCCs) will be held across England and Wales. During early summer 2012, we assessed how police authorities are preparing for the change to PCCs, and we examined their transition plans. This report shows our findings for Dyfed-Powys. Get the report

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Summary On 15 November 2012 the first elections outside London for police and crime commissioners (PCCs) will be held across England and Wales. During early summer 2012, we assessed how police authorities are preparing for the change to PCCs, and we examined their transition plans. This report shows our findings for Hampshire. Get the report

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Summary On 15 November 2012 the first elections outside London for police and crime commissioners (PCCs) will be held across England and Wales. During early summer 2012, we assessed how police authorities are preparing for the change to PCCs, and we examined their transition plans. This report shows our findings for Gwent. Get the report