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Practice Advice: Introduction To Intelligence-Led Policing

Association of Chief Police Officers, 2007


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Resource IDacpo2007
Resource titlePractice Advice: Introduction To Intelligence-Led Policing
Author(s)Centrex
Publication/ sourceAssociation of Chief Police Officers
Date published 2007
Summary text/ abstractThe concept of intelligence-led policing underpins all aspects of policing, from neighbourhood policing and partnership work to the investigation of serious and organised crime and terrorism. Within the framework of the National Intelligence Model, the effective and efficient collection, recording, dissemination and retention of information allows for the identification of material which can be assessed for intelligence value and enables decision-making about priorities and tactical options.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Hacktivism, UK Government
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