Inspection Reports

Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) conduct detailed examinations of those areas of policing organisation and practice judged to be central to the efficient and effective discharge of the policing function

There are a number of different inspections conducted by the HMIC in respect of Humberside Police and these are listed below.

  • Baseline Inspection Reports
  • Basic Command Unit (BSU) Inspection Reports
  • An inspection of Humberside Police: Performance Improvement Processes
  • Join Inspection of police custody facilities (May 2012) [link
  • Review of police crime and incident reports – 2012 [link]
  • Value for money profile (Aug 2011)  [link]
  • Value for money profile – most similar group (July 2011) [link]
  • Valuing the Police preparedness inspection (July 2011) [link]
  • Anti-Social Behaviour Inspection (Sept. 2010) [link]
  • Ipsos MORI Anti-social behaviour research results (Sept. 2010) [link]
  • HMIC Thematic inspection (Policing Pledge): Delivering the Policing Pledge [link]
  • HMIC Thematic inspection (Policing Pledge): Delivering the Policing Pledge (Early Findings) [link]
  • HMIC Thematic inspection (Policing Pledge): Responsive Policing - Delivering the Policing Pledge (Strategic Overview) [link]
  • HMIC Inspection Report - Neighbourhood Policing - Developing Citizen Focus Policing (2008) [link]
  • Inspection Phase 1 PVP Lessons Learned Report (2007) [link]
  • Major Crime [link]
  • Inspection of Humberside Police - Professional Standards (2005) [link]
  • Police National Computer compliance audit (2005) [link]

Copies of all of these reports can also be found on the HMIC  website