Intelligence Led Policing

Intelligence Led Policing

Topics covered in this book include: • The origins and aims of intelligence-led policing • A comparison of intelligence-led policing with other conceptual models of policing • An exploration of analysis concepts and the role of ...

Author: Jerry H. Ratcliffe

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317510406

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Page: 222

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What is intelligence-led policing? Who came up with the idea? Where did it come from? How does it relate to other policing paradigms? What distinguishes an intelligence-led approach to crime reduction? How is it designed to have an impact on crime? Does it prevent crime? These are just a few of the questions that this book seeks to answer. This revised and updated second edition includes new case studies and viewpoints, a revised crime funnel based on new data, and a new chapter examining the expanding role of technology and big data in intelligence-led policing. Most importantly, the author builds upon an updated definition of intelligence-led policing as it has evolved into a framework capable of encompassing more operational police activity than simply organized crime and recidivist offenders. Topics covered in this book include: • The origins and aims of intelligence-led policing • A comparison of intelligence-led policing with other conceptual models of policing • An exploration of analysis concepts and the role of analysis in target-selection • Evaluations of intelligence-led policing as a crime-control strategy Written by an expert in the field, this book offers a comprehensive and engaging introduction to intelligence-led policing for students, practitioners and scholars of policing, criminal intelligence and crime analysis. This book will be of particular interest to professionals within the law enforcement environment; senior officers, middle management, analysts and operational staff. A companion website offers a range of resources for students and instructors, including slides, chapter headings with supporting notes, key terms and names, critical-thinking questions, and quizzes.
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Intelligence Led Policing

Intelligence Led Policing

For example, even though the development of intelligence-led policing was a repudiation of the focus of the community policing movement, there are still claims that there is a strong connection between intelligence-led policing and ...

Author: Jerry H. Ratcliffe

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317510390

Category: Social Science

Page: 234

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What is intelligence-led policing? Who came up with the idea? Where did it come from? How does it relate to other policing paradigms? What distinguishes an intelligence-led approach to crime reduction? How is it designed to have an impact on crime? Does it prevent crime? These are just a few of the questions that this book seeks to answer. This revised and updated second edition includes new case studies and viewpoints, a revised crime funnel based on new data, and a new chapter examining the expanding role of technology and big data in intelligence-led policing. Most importantly, the author builds upon an updated definition of intelligence-led policing as it has evolved into a framework capable of encompassing more operational police activity than simply organized crime and recidivist offenders. Topics covered in this book include: • The origins and aims of intelligence-led policing • A comparison of intelligence-led policing with other conceptual models of policing • An exploration of analysis concepts and the role of analysis in target-selection • Evaluations of intelligence-led policing as a crime-control strategy Written by an expert in the field, this book offers a comprehensive and engaging introduction to intelligence-led policing for students, practitioners and scholars of policing, criminal intelligence and crime analysis. This book will be of particular interest to professionals within the law enforcement environment; senior officers, middle management, analysts and operational staff. A companion website offers a range of resources for students and instructors, including slides, chapter headings with supporting notes, key terms and names, critical-thinking questions, and quizzes.
Categories: Social Science

Intelligence led Policing

Intelligence led Policing

Bureau of Justice Assistance : Solutions for Safer Communities , Intelligence - Led Policing : ( http://www.ojp.gov/BJA/topic/ilp.html ) . 4. Joseph R. Fuentes , et al . , and New Jersey State Police : Practical Guide to Intelligence ...

Author: Thomas E. Baker

Publisher: Looseleaf Law Publications

ISBN: 193277775X

Category: Political Science

Page: 374

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Essential for Career Advancement! Intelligence-Led Policing (ILP) is a management system and leadership philosophy that effectively coordinates the sharing of criminal information and maximizes strategic leadership and decision-making. Learn: about the new ILP police architecture, crime-fighting strategies that can enhance your career journey; ILP critical thinking skills that help you interpret and leverage criminal information from the field; career-building information that improves strategic and tactical decision making during critical events; ILP strategies that will allow you to evaluate threat levels and wisely allocate personnel and logistical resources; and methods that will assist you in serving your community, protecting your officers and optimizing your performance. Includes a Wealth of Helpful Visuals! INCREASE YOUR RETENTION WITH THE COMPANION BOOK - Test-Preparation and Instructional Strategies Guide.
Categories: Political Science

Examining Intelligence Led Policing

Examining Intelligence Led Policing

These documented intelligence assessments should enable communities toassess theability of the police to tackle policing problems in their areas. That istosay, iftheintelligence picture remainsunchanged thenthequality of the ...

Author: A. James

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137307378

Category: Social Science

Page: 227

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This book provides a critical analysis of the employment of intelligence-led policing (ILP) strategies. It aims to convey a better understanding of some of the realities of the police investigative and criminal intelligence worlds, and to examine what the story of intelligence-led policing tells us about policing and the police organization.
Categories: Social Science

Moral Issues in Intelligence led Policing

Moral Issues in Intelligence led Policing

Phythian, M. (2012) 'Policing uncertainty: Intelligence, security and risk', Intelligence and National Security, 27(2): 187–205. ... Ratcliffe, J. H. (2016) Intelligence-led Policing, Abingdon and New York: Routledge.

Author: Helene Oppen Gundhus

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351864503

Category: Social Science

Page: 312

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The core baseline of Intelligence-led Policing is the aim of increasing efficiency and quality of police work, with a focus on crime analysis and intelligence methods as tools for informed and objective decisions both when conducting targeted, specialized operations and when setting strategic priorities. This book critically addresses the proliferation of intelligence logics within policing from a wide array of scholarly perspectives. It considers questions such as: How are precautionary logics becoming increasingly central in the dominant policing strategies? What kind of challenges will this move entail? What does the criminalization of preparatory acts mean for previous distinctions between crime prevention and crime detection? What are the predominant rationales behind the proactive use of covert cohesive measures in order to prevent attacks on national security? How are new technological measures, increased private partnerships and international cooperation challenging the core nature of police services as the main providers of public safety and security? This book offers new insights by exploring dilemmas, legal issues and questions raised by the use of new policing methods and the blurred and confrontational lines that can be observed between prevention, intelligence and investigation in police work.
Categories: Social Science

Policing Terrorism

Policing Terrorism

In many cases, they share this basic intelligence with other members of their agency.” Intelligence-led policing is the attempt to capitalize on this routine work, not for its traditional purpose of solving crimes, but proactively, ...

Author: Graeme R. Newman

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 9781437934809

Category: Emergency management

Page: 134

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This manual is designed to help police executives and other senior executives meet the new challenges involved in countering the threat of terrorism by summarizing writings on the essential components of a counterterrorism plan. The first three parts of the manual address the preparatory steps of the executives preparing themselves and their agencies for the efforts to follow, understanding the threat, and development of a plan and a support network. The last three parts of the manual cover in more depth the three essential components of a counterterrorism plan: developing intelligence on possible terrorists; identifying and protecting major targets; and expanding disaster-response capabilities to encompass the response to a terrorist attack. Illus.
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The SAGE Dictionary of Policing

The SAGE Dictionary of Policing

In the last few years, the interpretation of 'intelligence-led policing' appears to be broadening in scope. While still retaining the central notion that police should avoid getting bogged down in reactive, individual, ...

Author: Alison Wakefield

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd

ISBN: 9781446245811

Category: Political Science

Page: 360

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The SAGE Dictionary of Policing is the definitive reference tool for students, academics and practitioners in police studies. The Dictionary delivers a complete guide to policing in a comprehensive, easy-to-use format. Contributions by 110 of the world's leading academics and practitioners based in 14 countries map out all the key concepts and topics in the field. Each entry includes: " a concise definition " distinctive features of the concept " a critical evaluation " associated concepts, directing readers to linked entries " key readings, enabling readers to take their knowledge further. In addition, The SAGE Dictionary of Policing offers online resources, including free access to key articles and links to useful websites. This is a must-have for students, lecturers, researchers and professionals in police studies, criminology and criminal justice. It is the ideal companion to the SAGE Dictionary of Criminology: together the two books provide the most authoritative and comprehensive guide available. Alison Wakefield is Senior Lecturer in Criminology at the University of New South Wales. She was previously based at City University, London. Jenny Fleming is Professor at the Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies, University of Tasmania.
Categories: Political Science

The Handbook of Knowledge Based Policing

The Handbook of Knowledge Based Policing

Intelligence led policing, managerialism and community engagement: Competing priorities and the role of the National Intelligence Model in the UK. Policing and Society, 16, 67–85. Mayne, S.R. (1829). Instructions and Orders.

Author: Tom Williamson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470319771

Category: Psychology

Page: 448

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Recent trends within community policing suggest that the next generation of community policing will be more "knowledge-based", involving a shift toward a problem-oriented and strategic use of information as a basis for management and better use of police resources. The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Policing examines how knowledge-based policing can improve the effectiveness, equity and efficiency of community policing. With contributions from a mix of academics and practitioners, this volume: Critically evaluates the effectiveness of community policing in seven countries. Discusses intelligence-led policing and the emergence of knowledge-based policing. Examines the impact knowledge-based policing will have on policing initiatives. Discussions are set firmly within the context of current debates on risk and the risk society, the broadening or narrowing of the police role, the importance of networks and governance and regulation. This comprehensive collection identifies the factors that will shape the next generation of Community Policing. It is a must-have resource for researchers and students of policing, policy makers and police officers. It will also be of interest to the growing number of people actively involved in crime and disorder partnerships.
Categories: Psychology

Europol

Europol

CHAPTER 4 : WORKING METHODS Intelligence - led policing 66. Intelligence - led policing has spawned an array of acronyms of which even the police can be proud , but the concept itself is simple : using today's knowledge to shape ...

Author: House of Lords European Union Committee

Publisher: The Stationery Office

ISBN: 0104013702

Category: Law

Page: 285

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This is the 29th report of the European Union Committee from the 2007-08 session (HLP 183, ISBN 9780104013700) and looks at Europol (the European Police Office) and its efforts in coordinating the fight against serious and organised crime. Europol began in 1999 and will, by 2010 be established as an agency of the EU. The Council Decision bringing about this change in its constitution has made some amendments to its powers, working methods and governance, but in the Committee's view represents a missed opportunity. The Committee finds it is a matter of concern that four-fifths of the information exchanged by national liaison officers stationed at Europol is exchanged without actually going through Europol and is therefore not added to Europol's database. Member States are reluctant to share sensitive information. The Committee believes that Member States should station at Europol only officers and officials with a high security clearance. A success for Europol has been the analysis of information to help investigate particular caregories of crime and following the UK's influence in focusing on organised crime in particular. The Committee believes that other Member States need to be persuaded on the importance of planning for future threats. The Committee also believes that the existing structure for the governance and management of Europol could be enhanced by clarifying the respective duties of the Director and Management Board. Further, the Committee states that if the Treaty of Lisbon came into force, accountability of Europol to the European Parliament and national parliaments would improve.
Categories: Law

Intelligence Led Policing

Intelligence Led Policing

Intelligence-led policing is the emerging philosophy by which law enforcement can actively engage in information sharing to prevent or mitigate threats.

Author: Jeremy G. Carter

Publisher: LFB Scholarly Publishing

ISBN: 1593326270

Category: Social Science

Page: 234

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After the attacks of September 11, 2001, American law enforcement was confronted with the reality that the mechanisms utilized by federal, state, and local police to share information across jurisdictions were inadequate. Intelligence-led policing is the emerging philosophy by which law enforcement can actively engage in information sharing to prevent or mitigate threats. There exists little empirical evidence as to how police organizations are implementing this new philosophy. Carter explores the innovative adoption of intelligence-led policing among American law enforcement and operationalizes what being "intelligence-led" actually constitutes. Recommendations for improving the adoption of intelligence-led policing by state and local police are provided.
Categories: Social Science