HMICS Review of Police Call Handling in Scotland

Closed 23 Aug 2015

Opened 19 Aug 2015

Results Updated 29 Feb 2016

HMICS published its final report on its Independent Assurance Review of Call Handling in Police Scotland in November 2015. You can view further details and see a copy of this report by following the link below.

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Overview

Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland (HMICS) is undertaking a review of police call handling across Scotland. This follows the tragic incident involving the deaths of John Yuill and Lamara Bell. The review will provide an independent assessment of how police Contact, Command and Control facilities are working. For further information about the review, please see the Terms of Reference on the HMICS website.

By 'Contact, Command and Control facilities', HMICS means the call centres where 101 and 999 calls are answered.

To allow members of the public, police officers, police staff, elected representatives and other interested parties to inform our review, HMICS has developed an online questionnaire about police call handling in Scotland and would welcome your views on the police 101 or 999 service. HMICS would like to hear about your experience of what is working well and what could be improved. Responses received will be used to identify themes and specific areas that may be examined in more detail during the review.

Because comments will be anonymous, no individual feedback can be provided to respondents. Please note that HMICS is unable to investigate any specific complaints you may have about call handling in Scotland and cannot comment individually on any complaint you may already have made. Should you have a complaint, then please refer to the Police Scotland website at How to make a complaint.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Local Residents

Interests

  • Customer satisfaction