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Correspondence, Integrity and corruption, Letter —
The Home Secretary commissioned HMICFRS to carry out an urgent review of progress on vetting and counter-corruption in England and Wales. This letter and annex set out our findings.
Coercive and controlling behaviour, Ethics and accountability, Honour-based violence, Super-complaint —
A report on the Tees Valley Inclusion Project super-complaint, about the police response to victims of sexual abuse from ethnic minority backgrounds who may be at risk of honour-based abuse
Effectiveness, Efficiency, Legitimacy, PEEL —
PEEL is HMICFRS’s assessment of police forces in England and Wales. PEEL stands for police effectiveness, efficiency, and legitimacy. This report sets out the findings for the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Constabulary.
Research, Thematic inspection —
We examined how well police address serious youth violence to reduce violent crime involving young people.
We commissioned User Voice to conduct research on the lived experience of those who have committed, and been on the receiving end, of serious youth violence.
Integrity and corruption, Terms of reference —
HMICFRS will carry out an urgent review of the police service’s progress on vetting, misconduct and counter-corruption.
Effectiveness, Efficiency, Legitimacy, PEEL, PEEL methodology —
This is our assessment framework for our police effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy (PEEL) programme for 2023-2025. We assess each police force in England and Wales, giving graded judgments across several core questions set out in this framework.
Second National Police Chiefs' Council response to Police perpetrated domestic abuse: Report on the Centre for Women’s Justice super-complaint
Domestic abuse, Ethics and accountability, Integrity and corruption, Super-complaint —
Today the second responses from the National Police Chiefs’ Council to the Police perpetrated domestic abuse super complaint have been published on GOV.UK.
How the police respond to victims of sexual abuse when the victim is from an ethnic minority background and may be at risk of honour-based abuse
HMICFRS, the College of Policing and the Independent Office for Police Conduct have published a report in response to the super-complaint from the Tees Valley Inclusion Project about how the police respond to victims of sexual abuse when the victim is from an ethnic minority background and may be at risk of honour-based abuse.
HMICFRS will carry out a thematic inspection of homicide prevention, jointly supported by the National Police Chiefs’ Council, the College of Policing and the Independent Office for Police Conduct.