Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Second Edition of Law Enforcement Intelligence: A Guide for State Local and Tribal Law Enforcement Agencies Released

The Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, U.S. Department of Justice, has just released the the Second Edition of "Law Enforcement Intelligence: A Guide for State Local and Tribal Law Enforcement Agencies" by Dr. David L. Carter of Michigan State University. The nearly 500 page document reflects the most current issues and initiatives related to law enforcement intelligence at the state, local and tribal levels.

This second edition captures the vast changes that have occurred in the 4 years since the first edition of the guide was published in 2004 after the watershed events of September 11, 2001. In fact, nearly 85 percent of the material in this second edition is new. This Guide serves as a road map to understanding criminal intelligence and its related methodology, standards, processes, management, and resources.

The new edition describes these and many more changes in the philosophy, national standards, and practice of law enforcement intelligence while maintaining the core goal of being a primer on “all things intelligence” for the law enforcement community. It is a ‘must read’ for all intelligence practitioners in the United States and those wishing to understand the intelligence system here.



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My principal areas of expertise are: (1) Intelligence, (2) Training and Development, (3) Knowledge Management, and (4) Administration/Supervision.

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