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Joint inspection, Mental health  — 

Between April and May 2021, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Probation – supported by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services, Her Majesty’s Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate, Care Quality Commission, Healthcare Inspectorate Wales and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons – carried out a joint thematic inspection.

Business Plans, Consultations  — 

We recently ran a consultation on our proposed programme of policing inspections for 2021/22. The purpose of this consultation was to make sure that we continue to focus our inspection work on what matters most to the public.

Coercive and controlling behaviour, Domestic abuse, Female genital mutilation, Forced marriage, Harassment and stalking, Honour-based violence, Rape, VAWG  — 

This report sets out findings from our inspection of how effectively the police respond to violence against women and girls (VAWG) offences.

Letter, Revisit  — 

During our PEEL inspection of Cleveland, between 20 and 31 May 2019,  we identified six causes of concern. One of them was about the efficiency of the force in understanding its demand and its strategic planning. 

Letter, Revisit  — 

During our PEEL inspection of Cleveland, between 20 and 31 May 2019,  we identified six causes of concern. One of them was about engaging with the public and external scrutiny of the force.

Super-complaint  — 

On 19 March 2019, the Centre for Women’s Justice made a super-complaint to HMICFRS.  This super-complaint is about the police’s alleged failure to use protective measures to safeguard women and girls.  It sets out concerns about four tools the police can use/are involved in:  Pre-charge bail  Non-Molestation Orders  Domestic Violence Protection Notices and Orders  Restraining Orders  The CWJ is concerned the

Letter, Revisit  — 

During our PEEL inspection of Cleveland, between 20 and 31 May 2019,  we identified six causes of concern. One of them was about preventing crime and tackling anti-social behaviour.

Letter, Revisit  — 

During our PEEL inspection of Cleveland, between 20 and 31 May 2019,  we identified six causes of concern. One of them was about ethics and culture.

Custody suites  — 

This report describes our findings following an inspection of Cleveland Police custody facilities. The inspection was conducted jointly by HMICFRS and HM Inspectorate of Prisons (HMIP) in May 2021. It is part of our programme of inspections covering every police custody suite in England and Wales

Fraud, Spotlight  — 

In 2018, the Home Secretary commissioned HMICFRS to carry out a thematic inspection of fraud. This report sets out the findings of our revisit of the 2018 inspection.