HMIC Responses

Surrey PCC response to HMICFRS report: HMICFRS’s Joint Thematic Inspection of the Police and Crown Prosecution Service’s Response to Rape – Phase two: Post charge

I welcome this HMICFRS report. Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls and supporting victims are right at the heart of my Police and Crime Plan.  We must do better as a policing service and this report, along with the Phase One report, will help shape what the police and CPS need to deliver in order [...]

By |2022-04-26T09:32:51+01:00April 26th, 2022|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC response to HMICFRS report: HMICFRS’s Joint Thematic Inspection of the Police and Crown Prosecution Service’s Response to Rape – Phase two: Post charge

Surrey PCC response to HMICFRS report: The Annual Assessment of Policing in England and Wales 2021

I welcome this HMICFRS Annual Assessment of Policing in England and Wales 2021. I would in particular like to echo the comments around the hard work of our police officers and staff. I have asked the Chief Constable’s views on the report.  His response is as follows:  Surrey Chief Constable Response I welcome the publication [...]

By |2022-04-25T11:49:37+01:00April 25th, 2022|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC response to HMICFRS report: The Annual Assessment of Policing in England and Wales 2021

Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS Report: Report on an unannounced visit to police custody suites in Surrey – October 2021

I welcome this HMICFRS report.  My office has an active and effective Independent Custody Visiting Scheme and we take great interest in the welfare of detainees.  I have asked for a response from the Chief Constable, including on the recommendations made.   His response is as follows: Surrey Chief Constable Response The HMICFRS ‘Report on an [...]

By |2022-04-04T14:16:27+01:00April 4th, 2022|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS Report: Report on an unannounced visit to police custody suites in Surrey – October 2021

Surrey PCC response to HMICFRS Report: Joint thematic inspection of the criminal justice journey for individuals with mental health needs and disorders

I welcome this HMICFRS report.   As the service improves its understanding it is useful to have national and force level recommendations to improve training and processes to enable the service to meet the diverse requirements of individuals with mental health needs. As Commissioner I have the privilege of seeing different parts of our criminal justice [...]

By |2022-01-07T18:19:31+00:00January 7th, 2022|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC response to HMICFRS Report: Joint thematic inspection of the criminal justice journey for individuals with mental health needs and disorders

Surrey PCC response to HMICFRS report: ‘Police Engagement with Women and Girls: Final Inspection Report’

I welcome Surrey Police’s involvement as one of the four forces included in this inspection.   I am encouraged by the force’s strategy to tackle Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG), which recognises impact of coercive and controlling behaviour and the importance of ensuring policy and practice is informed by those with lived experience.   Surrey’s partnership [...]

By |2021-10-26T08:23:55+01:00October 26th, 2021|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC response to HMICFRS report: ‘Police Engagement with Women and Girls: Final Inspection Report’

Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS Report: ‘A shared confidence: sensitive intelligence – a summary of how law enforcement agencies use sensitive intelligence’

Sensitive Intelligence is clearly an important area of policing, but one which PCC’s have less oversight.   I therefore welcome HMICFRS looking into this area to provide PCC’s with assurance on how sensitive intelligence is used.   I have asked the Chief Constable to comment on this report.  His response was as follows: I welcome the HMICFRS’s [...]

By |2021-10-06T10:04:27+01:00October 6th, 2021|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS Report: ‘A shared confidence: sensitive intelligence – a summary of how law enforcement agencies use sensitive intelligence’

Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS report: ‘A Review of Fraud: Time to Choose’

Fraud and the impact on victims has been raised a number of times by residents since I took office and this report is timely as I finalise my Police and Crime Plan.   Surrey is one of the areas most affected by fraud.  I agree with HMICFRS that there needs to be more resources put into [...]

By |2021-09-30T14:19:56+01:00September 30th, 2021|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS report: ‘A Review of Fraud: Time to Choose’

Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS Report: “A joint thematic inspection of the police and Crown Prosecution Service’s response to rape – Phase one: From report to police or CPS decision to take no further action”

Read the response by the Police and Crime Commissioner. 

By |2021-09-13T14:27:19+01:00September 13th, 2021|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS Report: “A joint thematic inspection of the police and Crown Prosecution Service’s response to rape – Phase one: From report to police or CPS decision to take no further action”

Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS Report: Neurodiversity in the Criminal Justice System

I welcome this report on Neurodiversity in the Criminal Justice System.  There is clearly more to be done on a national level and the recommendations within the report will help improve the experience of going through the CJS for neurodivergent people.   Surrey Police has recognised the need to improve awareness of neurodiversity for both its [...]

By |2021-09-08T14:45:31+01:00September 8th, 2021|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC Response to HMICFRS Report: Neurodiversity in the Criminal Justice System

Surrey PCC response to HMICFRS report: ‘Police Engagement with Women and Girls’

I welcome Surrey Police’s involvement as one of the four forces included in this inspection. I am encouraged by the force’s strategy to tackle Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG), which recognises impact of coercive and controlling behaviour and the importance of ensuring policy and practice is informed by those with lived experience.   Surrey’s partnership [...]

By |2021-08-26T14:34:14+01:00August 26th, 2021|HMIC Responses, HMIC Responses Archive|Comments Off on Surrey PCC response to HMICFRS report: ‘Police Engagement with Women and Girls’
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