Work in a group to analyse a live crime problem. Generate hypotheses, test them, prepare a report and present to a command team. Work to the 3i model: interpret the criminal environment, influence decision makers and impact the criminal environment.
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This subject is designed to consolidate the knowledge gained in the previous degrees by analysing a live crime problem. Students working as a group will generate hypotheses, apply various analytic techniques to test these, prepare a report to be presented to the relevant command team.
This subject will focus on a managerial model used by police and other enforcement agencies known as Intelligence Led Policing. The core concepts of of the 3i model (interpreting the criminal environment, influencing decision makers and impacting the criminal environment) underpin the learning objective and the assessment.