HMIC Responses Archive

Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS Report: “Policing in the pandemic – The police response to the coronavirus pandemic during 2020” and the supplementary report “Custody Services in a Covid-19 Environment”

Read the PCC's response here.

By |2021-06-15T12:05:42+01:00June 15th, 2021|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS Report: “Policing in the pandemic – The police response to the coronavirus pandemic during 2020” and the supplementary report “Custody Services in a Covid-19 Environment”

Surrey PCC response to HMICFRS Report: ‘Safe to share?’ report on Liberty and Southall Black Sisters super-complaint on policing and immigration status

Read the PCC's response here. Read the original report by HMICFRS.

By |2021-03-08T09:56:34+00:00March 8th, 2021|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC response to HMICFRS Report: ‘Safe to share?’ report on Liberty and Southall Black Sisters super-complaint on policing and immigration status

Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS Report: The Hard Yards – Police to Police Collaboration

I have asked the Chief Constable to comment on the report and to provide a full response on how Surrey Police is addressing the Area for Improvement for Chief Constables identified in the report. The Chief Constables response was: “I welcome the October 2019 HMICFRS report, The Hard Yards: Police-to-police collaboration, which focussed on the [...]

By |2020-10-29T10:03:56+00:00October 29th, 2020|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS Report: The Hard Yards – Police to Police Collaboration

Surrey PCC’s Response to HMICFRS Report: Both sides of the coin: An inspection of how the police and National Crime Agency consider vulnerable people who are both victims and offenders in ‘county lines’ drug offending

I welcome the HMICFRS’s focus on Countylines and the recommendations that emphasise a need to improve our response to vulnerable people especially children. I am pleased the inspection highlights that joint working is improving but agree more could be done both locally and nationally to protect our most at risk people and communities from the [...]

By |2020-09-30T13:52:50+01:00September 30th, 2020|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC’s Response to HMICFRS Report: Both sides of the coin: An inspection of how the police and National Crime Agency consider vulnerable people who are both victims and offenders in ‘county lines’ drug offending

Surrey PCC Response to the HMICFRS Report: Counter-terrorism policing – An inspection of the police’s contribution to the government’s Prevent programme  

I am pleased to see that HMICFRS have found that most forces have a good and improving capability to the multi-agency approach towards Prevent.   I welcome the recommendations made for the NPCC to give further clarity, guidance and support to forces. Locally we have made great improvements over the last few years in working with [...]

By |2020-09-30T13:53:34+01:00September 30th, 2020|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC Response to the HMICFRS Report: Counter-terrorism policing – An inspection of the police’s contribution to the government’s Prevent programme  

Surrey PCC Response to the Joint Inspection Report: The multi-agency response to child sexual abuse in the family environment

I wholeheartedly agree that everyone needs to play their part in identifying, preventing and tackling child sexual abuse in the family environment. Lives are destroyed when this type of abhorrent abuse is not identified. Having a thorough knowledge of the early warning signs and the confidence to be professionally curious and challenge is fundamental to [...]

By |2020-09-22T09:44:16+01:00September 22nd, 2020|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC Response to the Joint Inspection Report: The multi-agency response to child sexual abuse in the family environment
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