Specific reviews

Our Work  —  Police engagement with women and girls, Specific reviews

Super-complaints provide a voice for designated bodies to raise concerns on behalf of the public about patterns or trends in policing that are, or appear to be, significantly harming the interests of the public. On 19 March 2019 we received a super-complaint from the Centre for Women’s Justice. This super-complaint is about the police use of

Our Work  —  International and specialist agencies, Specific reviews

This inspection has been carried out at the request of the British Transport Police Authority and was conducted by HM Inspector Mr Bernard Hogan-Howe QPM, MBA, MA (Oxon), CCMI.

Our Work  —  Behind the frontline, Police ethics and accountability, Policing on the beat, Specific reviews

The police and crime commissioner for Kent commissioned an inspection to determine whether the people of Kent can have confidence in Kent Police’s crime figures.

Our Work  —  Police engagement with women and girls, Protecting people from violence and abuse, Specific reviews

At the request of the Chief Constable (and with the agreement of the police and crime commissioner), we examined whether risks to victims of domestic abuse are now being well managed in Essex. The inspection also examined whether our concerns that the significant resources Essex Police invested in tackling domestic abuse had a detrimental effect

Our Work  —  Specific reviews

In 2019, HMICFRS was commissioned by the Mayor’s Office of Greater Manchester Combined Authority to inspect the implementation of their new integrated ICT system, at the request of Greater Manchester Police’s chief constable.

Our Work  —  Protecting people from violence and abuse, Specific reviews

HMICFRS inspection following the East London Inquests of the deaths of the victims of Stephen Port.

Our Work  —  Specific reviews

In 2017, the Mayor of London’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) asked HMICFRS to inspect a Metropolitan Police Service operation into alleged criminal offences arising from the 2014 mayoral election in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, which involved the outgoing mayor, Lutfur Rahman of the Tower Hamlets First party. HMICFRS accepted the commission

Our Work  —  Police ethics and accountability, Specific reviews

In August 2021, the Home Secretary commissioned HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire &  Rescue Services to undertake a thematic inspection of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) following the independent panel review of the MPS’s handling of the investigation into Daniel Morgan’s murder.

Our Work  —  Police engagement with women and girls, Specific reviews

In March 2021, the Home Secretary and the Mayor of London commissioned HMICFRS to inspect how the Metropolitan Police Service handled the policing of the vigil in memory of Sarah Everard held on Clapham Common on Saturday 13 March 2021.

Our Work  —  Specific reviews

In November 2008, the government announced that police authorities would be jointly inspected by HMIC and the Audit Commission across the full range of their activities. These inspections were discontinued in 2010 following the announcement that PCCs would take over from police authorities. Reports Between September 2009 and July 2010 HMIC, the Audit Commission and