The police super-complaints system allows designated organisations to raise issues on behalf of the public about harmful patterns or trends in policing.
When a super-complaint is submitted it will be assessed, and if suitable, investigated by the Independent Office for Police Conduct, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services, and the College of Policing.
Once the complaint has been investigated a report is published which will contain recommendations. These recommendations may be for national bodies, Chief Constables, or PCCs.
Each person or organisation should respond to these recommendations in the way determined by the report. Below you will find the reports and the PCC response to the recommendations on behalf of himself and the Chief Constable.
View Safe to share? Report on Liberty and Southall Black Sisters’ super-complaint on policing and immigration status on the GOV.uk website.
Read the response from the PCC to the report (PDF).