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Inspection and Performance

Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary & Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS)

HMICFRS is the body that independently assesses the effectiveness and efficiency of police forces and fire and rescue services. The Commissioner has a duty to respond to HMICFRS reports concerning South Wales Police and to national reports where relevant.

Responses to HMIC inspections

Recent reports and the Commissioner’s associated responses can be found below:

Date Report Commissioner's Response
November 2019

Police Effectiveness, Efficiency & Legitimacy Report 

Response to PEEL inspection 
November 2019

Abuse of power for sexual purpose 

Response to abuse of power report 
May 2019 

The Police and CPS Response to Crimes Against Older People

Response to Crimes Against Older People
April 2019

Fraud: Time to Choose

Response to Fraud Report 
February 2019

Police Response to Domestic Abuse: An Update Report

Response to Domestic Abuse Report 
 November 2018

Mental Health and Policing Report 2018

Response to Mental Health and Policing
 March 2018

PEEL Effectiveness Report 2018

Response to PEEL Effectiveness


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