Performance improvement processes in Humberside – review

Part of: Behind the frontline Police ethics and accountability Specific reviews

In December 2006 HMIC inspected Humberside Police and produced a report which considered how the force could improve its performance. The inspection focused on the processes, systems and enablers that are essential for the delivery of effective performance improvement including corporate governance, partnerships, performance management, human resources, finance and strategic issues. As part of the overall approach and cognisant of its role, Humberside Police Authority agreed for HMIC to review aspects of its governance arrangements and a separate management report has been prepared for the Authority.

Read ‘An inspection of Humberside Police: Performance improvement processes’ – December 2006

An inspection of Humberside Police: Performance improvement processes – Revisit

The initial report above made ten recommendations, all of which were accepted by the force. As part of the inspection process, the Chief Constable agreed that HMIC would monitor whether Humberside Police was implementing the recommendations contained within the report. Monitoring would take place at regular intervals, until such time that all recommendations were implemented. This report sets out the findings of the first revisit on 25 and 26 July 2007.

Read ‘An inspection of Humberside Police: Performance improvement processes – Revisit’ – August 2007

Please note: In July 2017 HMIC took on responsibility for fire & rescue service inspections and was renamed HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS). Inspections carried out before July 2017 may continue to refer to HMIC.