Strategic Thinking in Criminal Intelligence

Strategic Thinking in Criminal Intelligence

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This new edition of the best selling Strategic Thinking in Criminal Intelligence is designed to complement the drive for more strategic planning in law enforcement crime prevention and detection. The criminal environment is one of rapid and significant change and to be effective, law enforcement is now required to make long-term predictions, anticipate broadly, and think strategically beyond tactical investigations and operational outcomes. Expanded by three chapters, this new edition emphasises intelligence products, risk and threat assessments, and the unfolding complications of intelligence sharing. Expert authors drawn from intelligence agencies around the world provide a unique insight into the philosophy and practice of leading strategic criminal intelligence specialists It is a vital resource for intelligence practitioners, crime analysts, law enforcement managers and advanced students of more

Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 152 x 240 x 20mm | 458.13g
  • Federation Press
  • Annandale, NSW, Australia
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 1862877343
  • 9781862877344
  • 200,536

Table of contents

The structure of strategic thinking Jerry Ratcliffe Developments in Australian strategic criminal intelligence Kevin Rogers Developments in UK criminal intelligence John Grieve Strategic aspects of the UK National Intelligence Model Brian Flood and Roger Gaspar Task definition Jonathan Nicholl The theory and practice of intelligence collection Oliver Higgins Intelligence research Jerry Ratcliffe Exploratory intelligence tools Corey E Heldon Threat and risk assessments Natasha Tusikov and Robert Fahlman Futures work in strategic criminal intelligence Neil Quarmby Influencing decision-makers with intelligence and analytical products R Mark Evans Project management Patrick F Walsh Collaborative intelligence production Ray Guidetti A practitioner's perspective of UK strategic intelligence Steve Christopher and Nina Cope Setting the strategic agenda Jerry Ratcliffe and James Sheptyckishow more

Review quote

With contributions from both Australia and the United Kingdom, this is an interesting and well written study that should appeal to anyone involved in intelligence gathering and analysis within police circles. - Thames View, No 30, December 2005show more