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Today we published a report into the National Crime Agency’s (NCA) relationship with the regional organised crime unit (ROCU) network.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, Efficiency, National Crime Agency, PEEL  — 

HMICFRS inspected the National Crime Agency as part of our PEEL inspections. See our recommendations.

Publication  —  National Crime Agency  — 

In HMICFRS’ sixth inspection of the National Crime Agency, we examine its criminal intelligence function.

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Today we published the findings of our inspection of the National Crime Agency’s criminal intelligence function.

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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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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.

Publication  —  Cyber  — 

HMICFRS inspected how the police and the National Crime Agency deal with the threat presented by cyber-dependent crime and the wide range of criminals that commit it.

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Police forces and the National Crime Agency are generally effective at tackling cyber-dependent crime, according to a new report. However, there are too many local variations in the response to a national threat.

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Profound and far-reaching aspects of police reform are needed, or services face unacceptable compromises in quality of service levels of public safety, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary has warned.