Views on PEEL Assessments: Consulting with the public and frontline police

Published on: 17 December 2015

Publication types: Consultations and PEEL


HMIC commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct research with frontline police officers and police staff and the public about our approach to inspecting police forces.

Ipsos MORI interviewed a nationally representative sample of 1,804 members of the general public in England and Wales using a face-to-face general public omnibus survey, and these findings provide an overview of the public’s immediate response to the proposals. Victims of certain types of crime were also interviewed separately to gain their views on the service they received from the police. Interviews with police officers and staff were also conducted across five police forces in order to hear the views of those working on the frontline.

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