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Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) independently assesses the effectiveness and efficiency of police forces and fire & rescue services – in the public interest.
You can access the reports carried out by HMICFRS in relation to Norfolk Constabulary below along with the Police and Crime Commissioners response to the Home Secretary in relation to these reports and their findings.
HMICFRS – Norfolk Constabulary Crime Data Integrity inspection 2019 – published January 2020
HMICFRS - Cyber: Keep the light on - An inspection of the police response to cyber-dependent crime – published October 2019
- PCC Response to Cyber: Keep the light on - An inspection of the police response to cyber-dependent crime
HMICFRS - The Poor Relation - The police response to crimes against older people – published July 2019
- PCC response to PEEL: Police effectiveness, efficieny and legitimacy 2018/19 for Norfolk Constabulary
Fraud: Time to Choose - An inspection of the police response to fraud – published April 2019
The police response to domestic abuse - An update report – published February 2019
- PCC response to The police response to domestic abuse (PDF, 420 KB)
Understanding the difference: The initial police response to hate crime – published July 2018
- PCC response to Understanding the difference - The initial police response to hate crime (PDF, 180 KB)
PEEL: Police Effectiveness 2017 – An inspection of Norfolk Constabulary – published March 2018
PEEL: Police Legitimacy (including leadership) 2017 – An inspection of Norfolk Constabulary – published December 2017
PEEL: Police Efficiency (including leadership) 2017 – An inspection of Norfolk Constabulary – published November 2017