Inspectorate (1)

An Inspectorate is either a civil or military institution that is entrusted with the task of undergoing investigation and subsequently report its findings from such investigations conducted over institutions which fall under its jurisdiction. An inspectorate’s jurisdiction is defined based on its area of specialisation and the resources at its command to conduct efficient criminal investigations.

In US government for instance there are about 73 standard inspectorates, the scope of whose role to conduct investigations includes carrying out investigation into the actions of institutions such as government agency, military organisation or contractor.

Dedicated Inspectorates exist in UK on social care, border and immigration functions (including immigration service detention centres), territorial forces, tax collection, legal matters, employment relations, prison services (including young offenders institutions, police cells) and probation services among others.

National Security Inspectorate

Sentinel House
5 Reform Road
Maidenhead, Berkshire
United Kingdom

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The National Security Inspectorate (NSI), is the most widely recognised UKAS accredited Certification Body in the security and fire sectors.  Over 1800 organisations across the UK and Republic of Ireland are approved by NSI, ranging from...

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