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The Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration (ICIBI) is conducting a survey to gather views on how it can better target inspections and how its engagement with stakeholders could be improved.
Stakeholders who have previously engaged with the ICIBI through forums, interviews or by submitting evidence for an inspection are invited to participate in the survey. The Independent Chief Inspector (ICI) says he is grateful for the support he receives from stakeholders and recognises the valuable contributions they make in driving the inspection programme, as well as providing evidence to support inspections.
The survey will ask questions relating to your experiences of the ICIBI and seeks to identify ways in which these experiences could be improved. It will also ask questions about how you use ICIBI reports, and the value of the recommendations. It should take no longer than 20 minutes to complete.
The results will be analysed and shared with the ICI to shape how he engages with stakeholders in the future to ensure inspection work is fully informed by a diverse range of viewpoints. The results will also assist the ICI and his inspection teams to ensure that future inspections are targeted and can add most value to the areas they inspect, driving improvements for Home Office teams and those using their services.
If you have any questions or you have any difficulty completing this survey, contact the ICIBI’s outreach team: firstname.lastname@example.org
The survey will not ask you for any personal details.
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