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Our Work  —  Specific reviews

Super-complaints provide a voice for designated bodies to raise concerns on behalf of the public about patterns or trends in policing that are, or appear to be, significantly harming the interests of the public. On 31 May 2019 we received a super-complaint  from Hestia. This super-complaint is about the policies and practices of the police forces in

Publication  —  Modern slavery, Super-complaint  — 

On 31 May 2019 Hestia made a super-complaint to HMICFRS. This super-complaint is about the policies and practices of all police forces in England and Wales with respect to the standard of support that victims of modern slavery receive. 

Publication  —  Modern slavery  — 

On 28 July 2016, the Home Secretary commissioned Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services to inspect the police’s response to the implementation of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 in England and Wales. This report sets out the findings from our inspection and recommendations for improvement.

Publication  —  Modern slavery, Super-complaint  — 

Today the responses from bodies subject to recommendations and actions from ‘The hidden victims: Report on Hestia’s super-complaint’ have been published on GOV.UK.

News article  — 

Despite the number of modern slavery and human trafficking cases increasing, police forces are failing to recognise these crimes and protect victims adequately, as set out in a report published today by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services.

News article  — 

The police response to modern slavery may be causing significant harm to the public interest, a new report has found.

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Today we published the responses to the recommendations from ‘The hidden victims: Report on Hestia’s super-complaint on the police response to victims of modern slavery’.

Publication  —  Child protection, Joint inspection  — 

Ofsted, the Care Quality Commission, HMICFRS and HMI Probation, examined the multi-agency response to older child exploitation and children missing from home, care or education. This builds on findings from the 2016 report, ‘Time to listen’ – a joined up response to child sexual exploitation and missing children’.

Our Work  —  Police engagement with women and girls, Protecting people from violence and abuse, Victims and resolutions

On 26 March 2021, the Home Secretary commissioned HMICFRS to inspect how the police work with female victims, offenders and witnesses. The report was published in two sections. We published our interim report in July 2021. We published our final report in September 2021.

Our Work  —  Behind the frontline, Police ethics and accountability, Policing on the beat

The process for determining overall graded judgments for the crime data integrity (CDI) programme consists of three stages. These were updated in 2017 to marginally reduce, and broaden, the recording rates needed to enable each judgment to be applied. We also separated the 16 judgment criteria of this inspection into three core questions for which