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Domestic abuse  — 

In September 2013, HMIC was commissioned by the Home Secretary to inspect the police response to domestic violence and abuse. This report found that, while most forces and police and crime commissioners said domestic abuse is a priority, this isn’t being translated into an operational reality.

Data, Rape Monitoring Group  — 

On behalf of the Rape Monitoring Group, HMIC has published 43 force reports showing police data on how many rapes were recorded by the police in each force, and the outcomes.

Value for money  — 

Summary The Value for money (VfM) profiles provide comparative data on a wide range of policing activities. For instance: does your force spend more or less than other similar forces? Does it receive fewer or more 999 calls? How does the crime rate differ from other force areas? It is important to note that the

Speech  — 

Summary Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary, Tom Winsor’s key note speech to the Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales Conference 2013. Read the speech Police Superintendents’ Association Conference 2013 – Tom Winsor speech (PDF, 205KB, new window) (PDF document) Please note: this may differ from delivery. Get the free PDF Reader from Adobe

Value for money inspection  — 

Summary In October 2010, the Government announced that central funding to the Police Service in England and Wales would reduce by 20% in the four years between March 2011 and March 2015. HMIC’s Valuing the Police Programme has tracked how forces are planning to make savings to meet this budget demand each year since summer

Value for money inspection  — 

Summary In the October 2010 spending review, the Government announced that central funding to the police service in England and Wales would be reduced in real terms by 20% in the four years between March 2011 and March 2015. HMIC’s Valuing the Police Programme has tracked how forces have planned to make savings to meet

Speech  — 

Summary In a lecture given on 11 July 2013, in the Draper’s Hall, City of London, HMCIC Tom Winsor discussed the importance of chief constable operational independence; the heavy responsibilities of Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs); and the proper and lawful use of section 38 of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act, under which

Stop and search  — 

Summary The summer riots of 2011 once again focused attention on the way police use stop and search powers. As a result of this renewed concern, in December 2011 the Home Secretary commissioned HMIC to carry out an inspection into the use of stop and search legislation by police forces in England and Wales. In

Speech  — 

Summary Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary Tom Winsor’s speech to the Police Federation Conference 2013. Read the speech View of the future – Tom Winsor speech (PDF, 169KB, new window) (PDF document) Please note: this may differ from delivery. Get the free PDF Reader from Adobe (external link)

Speech  — 

Summary Tom Winsor’s first major speech as HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary explains his approach to the job, and how HMIC may be expected to operate in the new policing landscape. The Chief Inspector, who spoke at the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI), discussed the model of British policing; the