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Police forces are unable to keep pace with technology when it comes to digital forensics – and there is a backlog of more than 25,000 devices waiting to be examined.

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Today we published the responses to the recommendations from ‘Police perpetrated domestic abuse: Report on the Centre for Women’s Justice super complaint’.

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Today we published reports on the effectiveness of vetting arrangements in 12 police forces.

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Police vetting standards are not high enough and it is too easy for the wrong people to both join and stay in the police.   

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Today we published the terms of reference for HMICFRS’s inspection of how effectively the criminal justice system meets the needs of victims.

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The police response to burglary, robbery and theft is not consistently good enough – and victims face a postcode lottery when it comes to how thoroughly officers might investigate crimes.

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Today we published South Wales Police’s latest PEEL report. PEEL is HMICFRS’s assessment of police forces in England and Wales. PEEL stands for police effectiveness, efficiency, and legitimacy.

Heddiw cyhoeddwyd adroddiad PEEL diweddaraf Heddlu De Cymru. PEEL yw asesiad HMICFRS o heddluoedd yng Nghymru a Lloegr. Ystyr PEEL yw effeithiolrwydd, effeithlonrwydd a chyfreithlondeb yr heddlu. 

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Today, we have published our policing inspection programme and framework for the three years from April 2022.

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Today, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Probation published a joint report conducted with Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services, and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons. This report looked at whether prisons, police and probation, along with other agencies, had achieved delivering MAPPA.

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There are ‘systemic deficiencies’ in the way some police forces in England and Wales deal with allegations of domestic abuse against their own officers and staff.