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In July 2020 HM Inspector Phil Gormley wrote to the chief constable of Greater Manchester Police (GMP) to inform the force of HMICFRS’s intention to carry out a Victim Service Assessment.

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The Home Secretary commissioned HMICFRS to review the governance and progress of London Fire Brigade’s action plan to implement the recommendations from the Grenfell Tower Inquiry report.

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In October 2020, the Home Secretary commissioned HMICFRS to inspect how effectively the police manage protests.

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Terms of reference for the HMIC thematic inspection of the Royal Military Police 2016, titled ‘An inspection of investigations into deaths overseas’.

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Summary In our June 2013 report A review of progress made against the recommendations in HMIC’s 2012 report on the national police units which provide intelligence on criminality associated with protest, we noted that: As a result of the HMIC 2012 report, there is now much tighter governance of domestic extremism undercover policing. But this

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Summary In 2012 HMIC was commissioned to carry out an inspection into the use of stop and search legislation by police forces in England and Wales. Get the document Stop and search inspection – terms of reference (PDF, 69KB, new window) (PDF document) Get the free PDF Reader from Adobe (external link)

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Summary In July 2012 the Home Office published the Strategic Policing Requirement (SPR), setting out the threats that require a national policing capability to ensure they are are tackled effectively. The threats are: Terrorism Civil emergencies Organised crime Threats to public order A large-scale cyber incident The document also states that HMIC will provide assurance

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Summary HMIC has been commissioned by Kent Police and Crime Commissioner, Ann Barnes, to carry out an inspection to determine whether the people of Kent can have confidence in Kent police’s crime figures. Get the document Kent Police crime figures commission – Terms of reference (PDF, 53KB, new window) (PDF document) Get the free PDF

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Summary On 20 July 2011 HMIC was formally commissioned by the Home Secretary to consider instances of undue influence, inappropriate contractual arrangements and other abuses of power in police relationships with the media and other parties and to make recommendations about what needs to be done. Get the document Police Service Integrity Review: Terms of

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NPOIU Review, terms of reference (PDF, 44KB, new window) (PDF document) Get the free PDF Reader from Adobe (external link)