Eleazer D Hunt, Jerry H. Having been a police officer for many years, he understands the needs of the street officer and the police organization in order to affect crime control. This knowledge, applied research, and practical approaches towards understanding crime and the institution of policing have facilitated the adoption of many of his ideas, concepts, and methods across professional policing. The second edition of Intelligence-Led Policing improves upon the first edition by clarifying the history of ILP, refines the definition, strengthens the argument for adoption by law enforcement, provides case examples by practitioners, and adds a new chapter on big data
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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? What is crime disruption? Is intelligence-led policing just for the police? These are questions asked by many police professionals, including senior officers, analysts and operational staff.
Similar questions are also posed by students of policing who have witnessed the rapid emergence of intelligence-led policing from its British origins to a worldwide movement. These questions are also relevant to crime prevention practitioners and policymakers seeking long-term crime benefits. The answers to these questions are the subject of this book. This book brings the concepts, processes and practice of intelligence-led policing into focus, so that students, practitioners and scholars of policing, criminal intelligence and crime analysis can better understand the evolving theoretical and empirical dynamics of this rapidly growing paradigm.
The first book of its kind, enhanced by viewpoint contributions from intelligence experts and case studies of police operations, provides a much-needed and timely in-depth synopsis of this emerging movement in a practical and accessible style.
Intelligence-led Policing. Jerry Ratcliffe. Intelligence-Led Policing Jerry H. Intelligence-led Policing Jerry H.
Intelligence-led policing ILP is a policing model built around the assessment and management of risk. Calls for intelligence-led policing originated in the s, both in Britain and in the United States. In the U. It is now advocated by the leading police associations in North America and the UK.
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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?