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In March 2020 we suspended all inspection work requiring appreciable contributions from police forces and fire and rescue services, to enable them to focus on the COVID-19 response. We resumed inspections in September.

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Chief Inspector of Constabulary: 43-force model needs reform; police need secure investment conditions to get ahead of crime; Home office hands-on policy necessary for efficiency

Publication  —  Annual reports  — 

This is Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary’s report to the Secretary of State under section 54(4A) of the Police Act 1996. It contains his assessment of the efficiency and effectiveness of policing in England and Wales based on the inspections we carried out between May 2019 and March 2020.

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In April 2018, HMICFRS was commissioned by the Minister of State for Transport to inspect British Transport Police and assess the force’s ability to work with the rail industry to minimise disruption on the network. This report sets out the findings from this inspection.

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Today HM Inspectorate of Prison and HMICFRS have published a report looking at the British Transport Police’s custody facilities.

Publication  —  British Transport Police, Custody suites  — 

This report describes the findings following an inspection of British Transport Police custody facilities. The inspection was conducted jointly by HM Inspectorate of Prisons and HMICFRS between 6 and 16 January 2020, as part of a programme of inspections covering every police custody suite in England and Wales.

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HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services has today published an inspection report on the police’s contribution to the government’s Prevent programme.

Publication  —  Counter-terrorism  — 

Prevent is one of four strands of CONTEST, the UK Government’s strategy for countering terrorism. It aims to tackle the causes of radicalisation, and support and safeguard those at risk of becoming radicalised. As such, the police have a critical role identifying people who are vulnerable to radicalisation and referring them for appropriate support.

Publication  —  County lines  — 

HMICFRS inspected how county lines drug trafficking is dealt with at local, regional and national levels. We concentrated on how the police and National Crime Agency identify and treat children and other vulnerable people involved in county lines offending.

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Police forces and the National Crime Agency have successfully improved their understanding of ‘county lines’ drug offending, according to a new report. However, current policing models are too disjointed to allow for the most effective response.