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Impact assessments

We need to ensure that the way we deliver our services and carry out our functions does not adversely affect particular groups of people.

We do this by:

  • Putting monitoring systems in place where this is feasible and regularly analysing the information produced
  • Reviewing in detail the way we carry out each key function at least once every three years
  • Involving our Independent Advisory Group members (members of the community) and staff network representatives in those reviews.
  • Publishing outcomes of the reviews and actions to be addressed

The reviews are overseen by our Diversity Unit and summaries of the outcomes and are published as PDF documents below.

Acting at a higher rank
Adoption leave
Anti Social Behaviour
Attendance Policy
Business Against Crime
Call Handling
Cannabis reclassification
Cannabis Simple Possession
CRB Vetting
Crime Recording
Dignity at work policy
Domestic Abuse
Dress code
Exit questionnaire/interviews
Faith policy
Family Liaison
Fixed Penalty Notice
Flexible Working Policy
Grievance policy
Hate Crime Procedure
Honararium scheme
Information Sharing
Interpreters and Translators
Local Policing Plan
Missing persons
Police Bonus Payments
Police promotion
Police recruitment
Police Staff Capability
Police Staff recruitment
Police Staff Discipline Policy
Policing of Public Sex Environments
Police Officers career break
Police posts specialist selection
Postal requisitions
Potentially dangerous people
Public complaints
Recruitment of Special Constables
Repeat Victim Policy
Reprimands and warnings
Road Policing
Special leave
Special priority payments
Special Constable Recruitment
Staff satisfaction surveys
Street Intervention Policy
Summons and Warrants
Use of force
Unsatisfactory performance
Victim and Witness Support

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