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Rejection of the reactive focus on crime of community

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rejection of the "reactive" focus on crime of community policing, with calls for police to spend more time employing informants and surveillance to combat criminal offenders. (Champion, D. J. (2007). Crime prevention in America) Intelligence- Driven permits police departments to apply data and information to better assess crime trends and issues, therefore allowing top decision makers to proficiently and effectively apply resources and develop crime fighting strategies. This could also be considered “Predictive Policing”. By taking the information gathered and applying it to situations before a problem occurs is huge in crime prevention. Derived from Intelligence-driven policing, came Law Enforcement Agencies Data System otherwise known as LEADS. LEADS is a system that allows law enforcement officers to gather information in real time to know more about who and what exactly they are dealing with. This extra information could be life saving for officers in the field. Today almost every major police department uses one or several computer systems. Many of these systems have a central
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computer shared by numerous departments. LEADS is an example of a shared computer into
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  • Winter '16
  • Kevin White
  • illinois state police, Community Policing and Law Enforcement

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