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Publication  —  Annual reports  — 

The Police Act 1996 requires Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary to report each year on his assessment of the efficiency and effectiveness of policing in England and Wales. The assessment covers the full breadth of policing work inspected by HMIC, and an overview of police forces in England and Wales.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, PEEL  — 

As part of its annual inspections into police effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy (PEEL), HMIC’s effectiveness programme assessed how effective the force is at keeping people safe and reducing crime and anti-social behaviour. This inspection focused on four aspects of policing: preventing crime and anti-social behaviour; investigating crime and managing offenders; protecting vulnerable people and supporting victims; and tackling serious and organised crime.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, PEEL  — 

The primary role of the police is to prevent crime and anti-social behaviour, and to protect individuals, communities and victims – especially those who are vulnerable. This report sets out findings from an inspection of how effectively the 43 police forces in England and Wales are meeting these objectives.

News article  — 

HMIC has graded every police force on its overall effectiveness in reducing crime and keeping people safe. This is based on an assessment of how well forces prevent crime and anti-social behaviour; investigate crime and manage offenders; protect vulnerable people and support victims; and tackle serious and organised crime.

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The majority of police forces in England and Wales were found to be treating people fairly and ethically in a report by HMIC, published today. However, HMIC found that this was a mixed picture overall when the use of stop and search and the way black, Asian and minority ethnic officers and staff were treated in disciplinary matters were taken into account.

Publication  —  Legitimacy, PEEL  — 

As part of its annual inspections into police effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy (PEEL), HMIC’s legitimacy programme assessed how legitimate the force is at keeping people safe and reducing crime. The inspection focused on whether a force was consistently behaving in a way that is fair, reasonable, effective and lawful, and if it has the consent of the public.

Publication  —  Legitimacy, PEEL  — 

As part of its annual inspections into police effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy (PEEL), HMIC’s legitimacy programme assessed how legitimate is the force at keeping people safe and reducing crime. The inspection focused on whether a force was consistently behaving in a way that is fair, reasonable, effective and lawful, and if it has the consent of the public. HMIC assessed legitimacy at a force level, as well as drawing out overarching themes on a national level which are set out in the national overview.

News article  — 

The findings from this inspection (published today in the national thematic report, Increasingly everyone’s business) show that the police service has acted on the messages of HMIC’s previous report, and now sees tackling domestic abuse as an important priority.

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The extent to which a police force is successful at identifying, protecting and supporting those who are vulnerable is a core indicator of its overall effectiveness. In recognition of this, as part of its annual PEEL effectiveness inspection programme HMIC graded all 43 police forces in England and Wales on how effectively they protect vulnerable people from harm and support victims.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, PEEL, Vulnerability  — 

HMIC’s vulnerability inspection examined the overall question, ‘How effective are forces at protecting from harm those who are vulnerable, and supporting victims?’. We have considered in depth how forces respond to and support missing and absent children and victims of domestic abuse, and assessed how well prepared forces are to respond to and safeguard children at risk of sexual exploitation.