Decision Making in Policing: Operations and Management

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EPFL Press, 2011 - Police - 204 pages
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"Decision making in the police environment must take advantage of the latest advances in business and military management, but at the same time remain aware of the challenges associated with maintaining and restoring order on a day-to-day basis. The framework proposed in this book has been elaborated form the diverse experiences of the authors as managers, police officers and crime analysts; and shows how to effectively use intelligence for making decisions, which rules to respect when deploying resources and how to assess and monitor the impact of measures taken."--Publisher.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter
2
Chapter
3
Chapter
9
the operational
19
5
25
Sustained analysis
35
18
40
30
55
Integration of information in the decisionmaking process
77
Definitions
110
Use of assessments
119
command in operations
175
training
189
list oftables and Figures
201
Copyright

26
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