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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

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HMICFRS has suspended all inspection work requiring contributions from police forces and fire and rescue services, to enable them to focus on their vital work during the Coronavirus epidemic.

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HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services has today published an inspection report on the police’s contribution to the government’s Prevent programme.

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HMICFRS has launched a consultation which welcomes views on our proposed police inspection programme and framework for the coming year. The consultation is open until Friday 3 April 2020. For more information, and to respond, please read the consultation

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A programme originally set up to tackle persistent offenders has “lost its way” and better leadership is needed to get it back on track, according to inspectors.

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In a report published today, HMICFRS is calling for police and partner agencies to improve how they work together to protect children.

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The public receives inconsistent service from their local police forces, HMICFRS has said in a report published today.

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Children sexually abused by family members are going unseen and unheard in too many cases, while abusers evade justice, according to a new report.

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A joint report published by Her Majesty’s Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate and HMICFRS has concluded that the handling of evidence led domestic abuse prosecutions requires improvement.

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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.