Police chief pleased with leadership report
AS part of the HMIC 2016 inspection into Leadership, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) has assessed the leadership of Warwickshire Police to be good.
The inspection, which was carried out earlier this year, assesses the leadership of police forces across England and Wales recognising that leadership is crucial in enabling a force to be effective, efficient and legitimate.
Chief Constable for Warwickshire Police Martin Jelley said: "Leadership expectations form an integral part of Warwickshire Police's vision and values, and are widely understood by all members of our workforce. All of my officers and staff are required to lead in their roles and this good report reflects leadership at all levels throughout the organisation
"I am proud of the great strides we have taken to produce more diverse and highly skilled leadership teams within Warwickshire Police and this work is not yet done. We are continuously looking for ways to improve and the recommendations suggested in the HMIC report will be added to our own assessments of our leadership capability. This will help to ensure that our communities receive an extremely professional service overseen by highly capable leaders dedicated to protecting them from harm."