Responding to the report, National Police Chiefs’ Council lead for the Homicide Working Group, Chief Constable David Crompton, said:
Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary’s report on domestic abuse shows that the crime is increasingly becoming ‘everyone’s business’ following improvements to the service provided to victims. NPCC says there’s further to go and that police will act on HMIC’s recommendations
We were asked for NPCC views about various aspects of ANPRs, including how the police use the data. NPCC lead on Automated Number Plate Recognition, Assistant Chief Constable Paul Kennedy, said:
Greater levels of coordinated proactive working between police forces and the NCA has identified nearly 700 potential online child abuse image offenders in recent months.
The UK Missing Persons Bureau's annual data reports for missing episodes offer forces preliminary analysis into the scale of missing people within the UK.
NPCC response to Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) report “The Depths of dishonour: Hidden Voices and shameful crimes”.
The NPCC welcomes the consultation on new measures to better protect victims of stalking launched by the Government.
A National Police Chiefs’ Council profile of commercial cannabis cultivation in the UK shows the illicit industry has maintained its links to organised crime with vulnerable people being exploited.
As Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) releases an assessment of Regional Organised Crime Units, the NPCC is starting a programme to develop specialist capabilities on a shared basis and next week we be holding a summit work through these issues with all chiefs, Police and Crime Commissioners and the Home Secretary
National Police Chiefs' Council Lead for Child Protection and Abuse Investigation, Simon Bailey says police have been dealing with the 'tip of the iceberg'
National Police Chiefs' Council Lead for Child Protection, Chief Constable Simon Bailey responds to a report made by the IPCC following the Surrey Police investigation of the murder of Breck Bednar who was groomed online.
The Rape Monitoring Group have released the latest set of figures which now present the most up-to-date picture of how rapes are dealt with across England and Wales. They show an increase in reporting which is a strong endorsement that our victim led approach is ensuring increased victim confidence.