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  • Police and Crime Commissioners  Inquiry announced 10 February 2016

    Home Affairs Committee one-off evidence session on Police and Crime Commissioners

  • The work of the Immigration Directorates (Q3 2015)  Inquiry announced 04 February 2016

    Home Affairs Committee inquiry into the work of the Immigration Directorates (Q3 2015)

  • Proceeds of crime  Inquiry announced 19 January 2016

    Hme Affairs Committee inquiry into proceeds of crime

  • College of Policing   Inquiry announced 09 March 2016

    Home Affairs Committee inquiry into the College of Policing

  • English language testing  Inquiry announced 12 April 2016

    Home Affairs Committee inquiry into the English language testing

  • The rise of anti-Semitism  Inquiry announced 12 April 2016

    Home Affairs Committee inquiry into the rise of anti-Semitism

  • Police diversity  Inquiry announced 02 April 2016

    Home Affairs Committee inquiry into police diversity

  • The work of the Home Office  Inquiry announced 08 July 2015

    Home Affairs Committee's regular scrutiny of the Home Office's expenditure and administration

  • The work of the Home Secretary  Inquiry announced 13 July 2015

    Home Affairs Committee holds regular oral evidence sessions with the Home Secretary

  • Migration crisis  Inquiry announced 01 September 2015

    Home Affairs Committee inquiry into Europe's migration crisis

  • Countering extremism  Inquiry announced 27 August 2015

    Home Affairs Committee inquiry into countering extremism

  • Asylum accommodation  Inquiry announced 20 January 2016

    Home Affairs Committee topical evidence session on asylum accommodation

  • Prostitution  Inquiry announced 12 January 2016

    Home Affairs Committee inquiry on prostitution

  • Reform of the Police Funding Formula  Inquiry announced 18 September 2015

    The Home Affairs Committee inquiry into the reform of the Police Funding Formula

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