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
Following Irene Curtis's review on the use of targets in policing, the NPCC has welcomed a departure from a purely target driven culture. We will continue to look at ourselves to ensure we are managing performance effectively.
The National Police Chiefs’ Council Lead on Performance Management, Chief Constable Steve Finnigan, has responded to today’s (October 20th) report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary into police efficiency.
This quarter's crime statistics have trialled questions to the public on the scale of cyber-crime and fraud experienced. It shows 5.1 million incidents fraud with 3.8 million adult victims and 2.5 million incidents of crime falling under the Computer Misuse Act.
National Police Chiefs Council Lead on Firearms Licensing, Chief Constable Andy Marsh, has responded to today’s (Tuesday) report from Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary – ‘Targeting the Risk’ – on the issue of firearms licensing.