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The current rapid development in both computing power and the ability to present and mine complex data sets in useful ways provides the backdrop to Intelligence Management: Knowledge Driven Frameworks for Combating Terrorism and Organized Crime.
This book address the link between law enforcement, the uses of and developments in information and communication technologies (ICTs) and key ideas about the management of information, intelligence and knowledge.
Table of Contents
Introduction.-The Odyssey Project-Understanding and Implementing User Needs in the Context of Ballistic Crime Data Exchange.-Secure Architecture.-Interoperability-A Requirement for Tackling Gun Crime.-How Complexity Theory is Changing the Role of Analysis in Law Enforcement and National Security.-Technolgoies for Strategic Intelligence Management.-Data Management Techniques for Criminal Investigations.-Fast 3D Recognition for Forensicsc and Counter-Terrorism Applications.-Simulations for Crisis Management-PANDORA's Box.-Choices and Voices-A Serious Game for Preventing Violent Extremism.-Social, organisational and policy aspects of ICT and strategic intelligence management.-Strategic Intelligence Management for Combating Crime and Terrorism.-Human Trafficking-The Importance of Knowledge Information Exchange.-Cybercrime Profiling and Trend Analysis.-Up Close and Personal - The Interplay between Information Technology and Human Agency in the Policing of the 2011 Sheffield Anti-Lib Dem Protest.-Police Learning Strategies.-Conclusions - technolog, society and law enforcement agencies.
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