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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  —  Child protection, Thematic inspection, Vulnerability  — 

In early 2014, we began a national programme of child protection inspections. We examine the effectiveness of the decisions made by the police at each stage of their interactions with or for children, from initial contact through to the investigation of offences against them. We also scrutinise the treatment of children in custody, and assess how forces are structured, led and governed, in relation to their child protection services.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, Revisit, Vulnerability  — 

As part of PEEL 2016, HMICFRS’ effectiveness programme inspected how well forces keep people safe and reduce crime. This included an assessment of how effectively forces protect vulnerable people from harm, and support victims. This report sets out the findings from the revisit inspection of Humberside Police.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, Revisit, Vulnerability  — 

As part of PEEL 2016, HMICFRS’ effectiveness programme inspected how well forces keep people safe and reduce crime. This included an assessment of how effectively forces protect vulnerable people from harm, and support victims. This report sets out the findings from the revisit inspection of Bedfordshire Police.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, Revisit, Vulnerability  — 

As part of PEEL 2016, HMICFRS’ effectiveness programme inspected how well forces keep people safe and reduce crime. This included an assessment of how effectively forces protect vulnerable people from harm, and support victims. This report sets out the findings from the revisit inspection of Hertfordshire Constabulary.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, Revisit, Vulnerability  — 

As part of PEEL 2016, HMICFRS’ effectiveness programme inspected how well forces keep people safe and reduce crime. This included an assessment of how effectively forces protect vulnerable people from harm, and support victims. This report sets out the findings from the revisit inspection of Nottinghamshire Police.

Publication  —  Efficiency, PEEL, Vulnerability  — 

HMIC’s efficiency inspection of the Police Service of Northern Ireland assessed how a force makes the best use of its available resources with the overall question ‘How efficient is the force at keeping people safe and reducing crime?’

Publication  —  Effectiveness, PEEL, Vulnerability  — 

In this inspection of effectiveness (vulnerability) in the PSNI, HMIC examined the overall question ‘How effective is the PSNI at protecting from harm those who are vulnerable, and supporting victims?’ This question considered how the service responds to and supports missing children and victims of domestic abuse, and assessed how well prepared the service is to respond to and safeguard children at risk of sexual exploitation.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, Revisit, Vulnerability  — 

As part of HMIC’s effectiveness programme inspected how well forces keep people safe and reduce crime. This included an assessment of how effectively forces protect vulnerable people from harm, and support victims. This report sets out the findings from the revisit inspection of Surrey Police.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, Revisit, Vulnerability  — 

As part of HMIC’s effectiveness programme inspected how well forces keep people safe and reduce crime. This included an assessment of how effectively forces protect vulnerable people from harm, and support victims. This report sets out the findings from the revisit inspection of Staffordshire Police.