Corporate report

Report into the pay of HMCIC, Chief Fire & Rescue Inspector, HMI and IFRAE

This is a report into the pay of HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary (HMCIC), Chief Fire & Rescue Inspector, HM Inspectors of Constabulary (HMI) and Inspectors of Fire & Rescue Authorities in England (IFRAE).

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Report into the pay of HMCIC, Chief Fire & Rescue Inspector, HMI and IFRAE

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Details

The pay of HM Inspectors is a decision for the Secretary of State in consultation with HM Treasury, as set out in the Police Act 1996 and the Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004.

In December 2019 the Home Secretary, with the support of the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, implemented a new approach to setting the remuneration of HM Inspectors of Constabulary and Inspectors of Fire & Rescue Inspectors in England.

This new approach was informed by an independent review of HM Inspector remuneration, carried out by David Lebrecht. David is a former Chair of the Police and NCA Remuneration Review Bodies, and a former member of the Senior Salaries Review Body.

His full report is published here, including his 6 recommendations, which were accepted in full.

Published 20 March 2020