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PCC encouraged by HMIC report into crime recording in Essex


Recording crime accurately and ethically is crucial if we are to use our policing resources effectively and efficiently to protect and support victims, to free our police officers truly to tackle harm in our society and bring criminals to justice.    Read more.


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PCC encouraged by HMIC report into crime recording in Essex

It is crucial that crime is recorded correctly and ethically by our police forces.  This is a matter of police integrity, of treating victims with respect and of ensuring that officers have accurate information as they work both to prevent crime and bring criminals to justice.