Intelligence is used daily by law enforcement personnel across
the world in operations to combat terrorism and drugs and to assist
in investigating serious and organized crime. Managing
Intelligence: A Guide for Law Enforcement Professionals is designed
to assist practitioners and agencies build an efficient system to
gather and manage intelligence effectively and lawfully in line
with the principles of intelligence-led policing.
Research for this book draws from discussions with hundreds of
officers in different agencies, roles, and ranks from the UK,
United States, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. Highlighting
common misunderstandings in law enforcement about intelligence, the
book discusses the origins of these misunderstandings and puts
intelligence in context with other policing models. It looks at
human rights and ethical considerations as well as some of the
psychological factors that inhibit effective intelligence
With practical tips about problems likely to be encountered and
their solutions, the book describes the how to of building an
intelligence management system. It discusses analysis and the
various methods of collecting information for intelligence purposes
and concludes with a discussion of future issues for intelligence
in law enforcement.
Written by a practitioner with more than 30 years experience
working in intelligence and law enforcement, the book helps
professionals determine if what they are doing is working and gives
them practical tips on how to improve. Based upon real-world
empirical research, the book addresses gaps in current law
enforcement procedures and integrates theory with practice to
provide an optimum learning experience exploring the benefits of
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