10 steps to effective intelligence led policing (ILP)

10 steps to effective intelligence led policing (ILP)
Policing in the 21st Century with Cole Zercoe
11-14 minutes

By following these 10 steps, your police department can get ahead of crime trends in your community

One of the most important law enforcement philosophies to effectively fight crime is intelligence-led policing. Popularized in the U.S. after the 9/11 attacks, ILP was originally viewed as an effective counterterrorism strategy, but is now applied to a broad number of issues police agencies deal with on a daily basis.

What ILP boils down to, according to Dr. Jeremy Carter, the author of “Intelligence-Led Policing: A Policing Innovation” and associate professor and director of criminal justice at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, is a policing philosophy that’s driven by collecting information from a variety of sources and analyzing it in order to predict and understand threats in your community.  Read More.

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