Chapter 10: Challenges for the future. The future. “Intelligence-led policing is crime fighting that is guided by effective intelligence gathering and analysis—and it has the potential to be the most important law enforcement innovation of the twenty-first century”
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Department of the Interior
Department of Justice
Department of Transportation
Department of the Treasury
Director of National Intelligence
Federal Bureau of Investigation
National Counterterrorism Center
Office of Management of Budget
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