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No . 248 Intelligence-led Policing

@inproceedings{Ratcliffe2003No2,
  title={No . 248 Intelligence-led Policing},
  author={Jerry H. Ratcliffe},
  year={2003}
}
For a complete list and the full text of the papers in the Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice series, visit the AIC web site at: This paper is timely, given that policing is currently going through a period of significant change in both operational tactics and organisational structures. New ideas in crime reduction and changes to short-and long-term policing strategies are underway. Intelligence-led policing represents a recent approach and is one of the more prevalent of the… 

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