Last year the ICIBI undertook a survey to find out how it, and more importantly its work, is seen by its stakeholders. The results led to a number of changes in the way the Inspectorate does things.
Today, the Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration has launched his 2013 annual survey to further gauge the views of stakeholders and members of the public on the work of the Inspectorate over the last year.
The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete and asks for feedback on a number of critical areas of the ICIBI’s work over the last 12 months:
- Our values and principles
- Our inspection reports
- Our inspection methodology
- Our communication channels, such as our website
- Our engagement with stakeholders
The survey is open until Friday 20th September.
Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, John Vine, CBE QPM, said:
“The ICIBI is dedicated to working closely with its stakeholders in raising awareness of our inspection reports and wider work. We aim to use the results from this survey to improve the way we work and wherever possible ensure we are addressing the needs of our stakeholders.
I would like to invite people to spare 10 minutes of their time to complete this survey and express my thanks in advance for doing so.”
Please click here to start the survey.
You can stop before the end and come back later by clicking the ‘Exit the Survey’ button. To start again from the last question you answered, just click on the link again.
If you have any questions or experience difficulties with the on-line survey, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3513 0448.