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The police must do more to minimise harm when using their stop and search powers and to better understand the effectiveness of these powers.

Publication  —  Super-complaint  — 

HMICFRS, the College of Policing and the Independent Office for Police Conduct have published a report in response to the super-complaint  from the Criminal Justice Alliance Section. This super-complaint is about the police’s use of section 60 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, and the scrutiny of all stop and search powers.

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Today we published an annual review of our three-year policing programme and framework. 

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Police forces are still failing to record the ethnicity of victims of crimes in nearly two thirds of cases, and they should publish more data on ethnicity to help build public confidence.

Publication  —  Race, Thematic inspection  — 

In this report, we examine what published demographic data is available for a range of police criminal justice decisions. We then detail the policy context that exists for these, before setting out the findings from the fieldwork that we carried out.

Publication  —  Race, Thematic inspection  — 

This inspection considers the effectiveness of the national leadership and governance arrangements that relate to race and policing.

Publication  —  Homicide, Joint inspection  — 

This inspection examined how effectively the police understood, and contributed to the prevention of, homicides.

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Most police forces effectively identify patterns and causes of homicide, and allocate the right resources to prevent it, but there is still too much inconsistency in how policing tackles homicide prevention.

Publication  —  Firearms  — 

In this inspection we examined how effective police forces are in the deployment of firearms, including specialist munitions.

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Police forces are effective in deploying firearms, and officers discharged weapons at only 0.02 per cent of armed operations in 2021-22.