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Publication  —  Terms of reference  — 

HMICFRS will carry out an inspection of the law enforcement and criminal justice agencies of the British Virgin Islands.

Publication  —  Child protection, Terms of reference  — 

HMICFRS will carry out an inspection of the Metropolitan Police Service’s handling of child sexual exploitation and child criminal exploitation.

Publication  —  Ethics and accountability, Terms of reference  — 

We will carry out a review of Thames Valley Police’s handling of information and intelligence relating to a serving officer arrested for sexual offences.

Publication  —  Ethics and accountability, Fire & rescue services, Integrity and corruption, Professional standards, Terms of reference, Thematic inspection  — 

His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services will carry out an inspection of the handling of misconduct in fire and rescue services in England.

Publication  —  Integrity and corruption, Terms of reference  — 

HMICFRS will carry out an urgent review of the police service’s progress on vetting, misconduct and counter-corruption.

Publication  —  Fire & rescue services, Spotlight, Terms of reference  — 

HMICFRS will produce a spotlight report on values and culture in all 44 fire and rescue services in England, based on our existing evidence.

Publication  —  Child protection, Terms of reference  — 

We will carry out a thematic inspection of how the police respond to child sexual exploitation in England and Wales. 

Publication  —  Death investigation, Inspection, Specialist inspection, Terms of reference  — 

Sophie Linden, Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime requested that HMICFRS conduct an inspection following the East London inquests touching the deaths of Anthony Walgate, Gabriel Kovari, Daniel Whitworth and Jack Taylor, victims of Stephen Port.

Publication  —  Terms of reference  — 

HMICFRS will carry out a thematic inspection of how well police address serious youth violence to reduce violent crime involving young people (particularly between the ages of 16 to 24 years).

Publication  —  Ethics and accountability, Terms of reference  — 

Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services will carry out a thematic inspection of police vetting and counter-corruption arrangements in England and Wales.