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Business Plans, Consultations, Corporate documents, Inspection programmes —
We recently consulted on our proposed programme for policing inspections for the 3 years from April 2022. The purpose of this consultation was to make sure we continue to focus our inspection work on what matters most to the public.
Business Plans, Inspection programmes —
This document is HMICFRS’s inspection programme and framework for policing commencing April 2022.
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 effectiveness and efficiency of policing in England and Wales based on the inspections we carried out between April and November 2021.
This document provides details of our proposed programme of policing inspections commencing April 2022. It asks for your views on whether we cover the right themes and areas of policing.
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.
Between September and December 2013, HMIC undertook a revisit to assess how well HMRC had implemented 15 recommendations in the 2011 report into its performance in addressing the recovery of the proceeds of crime from tax evasion and benefit fraud.
HMIC is empowered under the Commissioners for Revenue and Customs Act 2005 to inspect the actions and omissions of Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in preventing, detecting, investigating or prosecuting criminal offences.
Between December 2011 and April 2012, HMIC conducted an inspection of the way in which Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) identifies and deals with the risk that it faces from internal fraud and corruption. The report highlights strengths, work in progress and areas for improvement, and makes nine recommendations.
HMRC’s use of information and intelligence to counter fraud in the tax credits system (PDF, 468KB, new window) (PDF document) Get the free PDF Reader from Adobe (external link)
An inspection of HMRC‟s performance in addressing the recovery of the proceeds of crime from tax and duty evasion and benefit fraud (PDF, 836KB, new window) (PDF document) Get the free PDF Reader from Adobe (external link)