Findings of the Codisp Project - Concept and Tools for the Development of Intelligence-Led Policing
CODISP was a research project which aimed at developing tools and concepts designed to implement intelligence-led policing in France. We conducted an in-depth qualitative study of what skills and tools the police possess to make sense of their environment and how these can be improved to address security concerns more effectively. We carried out numerous site visits in police and gendarmerie services of 11 French departments, along with about 500 interviews with personnel engaged in intelligence collection, transmission and analysis, as well as with middleand high-ranking police officials who use row information and intelligence products to take tactical or strategic decisions.
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