Policy paper

The work of the Independent Police Complaints Commission: response to 11th report of the Home Affairs Committee

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

The government response to the 11th report from the Home Affairs Committee (session 2009 to 2010, HC 366).

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The work of the Independent Police Complaints Commission: government response to 11th report of the Home Affairs Committee

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The House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee (HASC) published the report of its inquiry into the work of the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) on 7 April 2010. The inquiry considered aspects of the IPCC’s performance, management structure, independence, complainant focus and suggestions for further reform of the police complaints system. This command paper sets out the government response to the conclusions and recommendations in the committee’s report.