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As the law enforcement profession moves in a direction that some are now identifying as the “information-led policing era,” calls for data sharing escalate, and fusion centers are developed to address terrorism and cross-jurisdictional crime concerns, raising public expectations. Crime analysis, crime mapping, and the ability to operate in an informationsharing environment are becoming critical functions for the 21st-century law enforcement community. Computer map image courtesy of ESRI; bar graph courtesy of the Danvers, Massachusetts, Police Department.
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IACP Foundation: Scholarship Awards for Professional Development
Year of Preventing Identity Crime: IACP/Bank of America Partnership: Enhancing Law Enforcement Response to Identity Crime
New NIJ Standard for CBRN Protective Equipment: A Time to Speak Up
Crime Mapping and Analysis
Making Smarter Decisions: Connecting Crime Analysis with City Officials
Closing the Gap between Analysis and Response
Finding Out What You Don't Know: Tips on Using Crime Analysts
Beyond Arrest: Using Crime Analysis to Prevent Crime
Candidates for 2008 IACP Office Scott Knight
Candidates for 2008 IACP Office Craig T. Steckler
Candidates for 2008 IACP Office Gary L. Vest
Candidates for 2008 IACP Office Carl R. Wolf
History of San Diego Law Enforcement
Today's Instruments for Truth Testing
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