This is the first textbook to offer a comprehensive and up-to-date
account of police intelligence work based on current research, and
to assess how intelligence may be used ethically to influence
policing policy and practice. The author critically examines the
development of intelligence structures and governance of
contemporary intelligence collection. He goes on to assess the
threats and opportunities to policing in the digital age, including
the widespread use of social media and the emergence of `Big Data'.
Part of Key themes in policing, a textbook series designed to fill
a growing need for research-informed policing within Higher
Education curriculums and in practice, edited by Megan O'Neill,
Marisa Silvestri & Stephen Tong, this much-needed textbook
encourages reflexivity in practice.
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