Scrap police and crime commissioners and protect neighbourhood policing
New commissioner on domestic and sexual abuse
Establish a victims' law
Overhaul the Prevent programme aimed at stopping more people getting drawn towards violent extremism
Labour said that of 16,300 complaints of rape made to the police in England and Wales in 2012-13, 5,400 were passed to the CPS.
The party said a decision to drop a case when a suspect had been identified would follow the process used by the CPS, of local resolution followed by independent review.
Under the plans, the decision to drop the case would be first be checked by a prosecutor who has not been involved with the case previously.
Labour said it would ensure victims were provided with a clear and detailed explanation of the decision and the local resolution would normally be completed within 10 days of the receipt of a request for review.
If the victim were not satisfied with the local resolution, the decision would be independently reviewed by another prosecutor.
Former Thames Valley Chief Constable and head of the National Policing Improvement Agency, Peter Neyroud, said: "It is critical that victims have a right to review decisions all the way from the duty to record and allegation, through to decisions on whether to pursue a prosecution.
"Not only does this put the spotlight of accountability on the police, but it also gives the victim an important additional opportunity to influence their case and understand the decisions.
"Sometimes this will encourage a fresh angle to the case; sometimes there will be no new avenues. But there should always be a full and frank explanation of the steps taken to bring an offender to justice and the rationale for police decision."