A new crime statistics framework which will better reflect how the police respond to reports of crime will be launched in the New Year.
The government is responsible for securing the UK's borders. We will deliver an improved migration system that commands public confidence and serves our economic interests. We believe that improving migration processes to reduce abuse and limiting non-EU economic migrancy will better serve Britain's interests and deliver a fair system. Read more
The legal system must uphold fairness in society: both in business and for individuals. We want to ensure justice for victims of crime and better rehabilitation for criminals, with a reduction in the rate of reoffending. The justice system must punish the guilty, protect our liberties and rehabilitate offenders. We will ensure that more criminals make amends to victims and communities for the harm they have caused and help them break the destructive cycle of crime. Read more
How the government is supporting victims of domestic violence and abuse and making sure perpetrators are brought to justice.
The Home Office is responsible for preventing crime and making sure people feel safe in their homes and communities.
Making sure the London 2012 Games continue to benefit the whole country for many years.
Director General, Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism
Director General of Immigration Enforcement
Director General, Legal
Director General, Crime and Policing Group
Chief Operating Officer, Home Office
Director of Strategy and Delivery
Interim Director General, UK Visas and Immigration
Director General of Operational Systems Transformation
Director General, Human Resources
Director General, Strategy, Immigration and International Group
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