OSCE Launched Guidebook on Intelligence-Led Policing


The evolution of transnational threats and criminal patterns and increased public demand for police services and their financial efficiency have highlighted the need to share and analyze data and information from all levels. Intelligence-led policing (ILP) represents a step toward addressing these challenges since terrorist attacks and other forms of transnational crime cannot be dealt with in a traditional reactive way.

A new Guidebook on intelligence-led policing has been launched on July 3, 2017, at the headquarters of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Vienna. This guidebook presents an innovative law enforcement model and focuses on systematic intelligence gathering and evaluation and combines it with analysis which serves as a ground for informed decision-making.

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