PCCs are required to publish the most recent HMICFRS force-level report on the effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy of the police force (also known as PEEL reports).
We are also required to publish the summary assessment of the performance of our police force.
The PCC has responded to both HMICFRS reports on Thames Valley Police and on other national reports where these are relevant. The HMICFRS reports are linked within the PCC Response.
|28.04.22||Thames Valley Peel Inspection 2021/22||PCC media response (April 2022) |
PAM response (May 2022)
|25.02.22||A Joint Thematic Inspection of the Police & Crown Prosecution Service’s Response to the Rape Phase 2: Post Charge||PCC Response (March 2022)|
TVP Report Thematic Inspection
|03.12.21||Safe to share? Liberty and Southall Black Sisters’ super-complaint on policing and immigration status (Update)||Joint Chief Constable & PCC Response (December 2021)|
|17.11.21||A Joint Thematic Inspection of the Criminal Justice journey for individuals with mental health needs||PCC Response (November 2021)|
|17.09.21||Police response to violence against women and girls final inspection report||PCC Response (November 2021)|
|24.08.21||A duty to protect use of protective measures in cases involving violence against women and girls||PCC Response (November 2021)|
|23.06.21||Review of policing domestic abuse during the pandemic||PCC Response (June 2021)|
|26.05.21||Report on Hestia’s super-complaint on the police response to victims of modern slavery||PCC Response (June 2021)|
You can find previous HMICFRS responses in our archive