An inspection of vetting, misconduct, and misogyny in the police service
HMICFRS describes this inspection as follows:
"Following the murder of Sarah Everard by a serving police officer, the then Home Secretary commissioned HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) under section 54(2B) of the Police Act 1996 to assess current vetting and counter-corruption capacity and capability in policing across England and Wales. This was to include forces’ ability to detect and deal with misogynistic and predatory behaviour.
We were asked to consider current vetting (and re-vetting), arrangements for transferees, whistleblowing arrangements, the work of counter-corruption units and, where relevant, wider Professional Standards Departments."
Read the 'Inspection of vetting, misconduct, and misogyny in the police service' report here
Read the PCCs response to the 'Inspection of vetting, misconduct, and misogyny in the police service report' here