PEEL: police legitimacy 2016 - Norfolk Constabulary

Published on: 8 December 2016

Publication types: Legitimacy and PEEL

Police Forces: Norfolk


As in PEEL legitimacy 2015, this inspection looked at:

  • the extent to which forces treat people with fairness and respect;
  • the extent to which they ensure their workforces act ethically and lawfully; and
  • the extent to which those workforces themselves feel they have been treated with fairness and respect by the forces.

This report sets out the findings for Norfolk Constabulary.

HMIC also assessed legitimacy on a national level, drawing out overarching themes which are set out in the national overview.

The legitimacy reports will be followed by reports on effectiveness in early 2017. These, together with efficiency reports published in November 2016, make up the three pillars of the annual PEEL assessment.

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PEEL: police legitimacy 2016 – Norfolk Constabulary (PDF document)

Revisit report

In our 2016 national overview of police legitimacy, we recommended that all forces should have started to implement a plan to achieve the capability and capacity required to seek intelligence on potential abuse of position for sexual gain. In 2017, we reviewed of the plans put in place by all forces to in response to this recommendation.

Abuse of position assessment – Norfolk Constabulary

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PEEL: police legitimacy 2016

Get the press releases

Norfolk’s PEEL legitimacy 2016 press release (PDF document)

National press release: Forces good at treating people fairly, but they have to take urgent action to root out sexual exploitation of victims

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