Independent Chief Inspector of UKBI
The Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration (ICIBI) provides independent scrutiny of the UK’s border and immigration functions. They are required to report annually to the Home Secretary and all reports are presented before Parliament.
The ICIUKBI is concerned with the effectiveness and efficiency of every aspect of borders and immigration. Recent reports have assessed everything from the Home Office’s handling of the cases of people who have over-stayed visas, to the management of asylum claims and Border Force operations at UK airports. Find out more at the ICIUKBI website
"We were disturbed to find cases where there was a failure to consider evidence of post-traumatic stress and mental disorder in case reviews"
ICIBI and HMIP 2012
Here you will find a selection of the most relevant reports.
- An Inspection of Home Office Outsourced Contracts for Escorted and Non-Escorted Removals and Cedars Pre-Departure Accommodation
The effectiveness and impact of immigration detention casework (jointly with HMIP)