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Despite efforts to rebuild public trust, the police are still failing to meet the public’s expectations and are letting down too many victims of crime.

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Responses to the recommendations from the super-complaint report: ‘Report on the Criminal Justice Alliance’s super-complaint – Section 60 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 and independent community scrutiny of stop and search’.

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The National Police Chiefs’ Council have issued an updated response to the recommendations from the super-complaint report: ‘How the police respond to victims of sexual abuse when the victim is from an ethnic minority background and may be at risk of honour-based abuse’.

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Today Ofsted published a letter with findings from a joint targeted area inspection of the multi-agency response to identification of initial need and risk in Buckinghamshire.

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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.

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Thames Valley Police communicates well with the public, but it needs to do more to protect vulnerable people.

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Thames Valley Police works well with other organisations but must improve the consistency of its service to ensure all children are protected.

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Thames Valley Police lost opportunities to take stricter action against a police officer who went on to commit a child sexual offence, but it could not have reasonably anticipated he would commit this crime.

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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.