Statutory responses

This page includes responses that the Commissioner is required to make in relation to the performance of Surrey Police, and on topics on national policing.

HMICFRS reports

His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS) publishes regular inspection reports and other data about police forces in England and Wales. They include Police Efficiency, Effectiveness and Legitimacy (PEEL) Inspections that rate Forces across different areas including preventing crime, responding to the public and use of resources.

Complaints data and super-complaints

This page also contains responses to complaints data published quarterly by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC), and the response to Police Super Complaints that are handled by HMICFRS and/or the IOPC and College of Policing.

Latest responses

Use this page to search and view all responses made by your Commissioner or read the PEEL inspection report (2021) for the latest overall update on Surrey Police performance.

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Narrative – IOPC Complaints Information Bulletin Q1 2022/23

Commissioner’s response to HMICFRS Report: ‘The police response to burglary, robbery and other acquisitive crime – Finding time for crime’

Commissioner’s response to Police Super-Complaint about police perpetrated domestic abuse

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

Commissioner’s response to HMICFRS report: The Annual Assessment of Policing in England and Wales 2021

Commissioner’s response to HMICFRS report: Report on an unannounced visit to police custody suites in Surrey – October 2021

Commissioner’s response to HMICFRS report: Joint thematic inspection of the criminal justice journey for individuals with mental health needs and disorders

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