Crime Prevention


Fireside Discussion | Intelligence-led Policing: From Reactive to Proactive Policing

05 Mar 2024
Theater A
Crime & Criminal Justice

In this digital era, a proactive use of intelligence and data analysis to guide operational decisions, prevent and solve crimes, and enhance overall law enforcement effectiveness is very crucial. Police officials are using ILP to deepen their understanding of criminal activities and their underlying factors.

Attendee Insights:
An important session that underscores the necessity of Intelligence-led policing to counter serious and organized crime. Skill development programs to enhance skills and competencies in strategic and operational crime intelligence analysis and technical capabilities to build databases and IT systems necessary for successful realization of ILP.

Ryan T. Young, Executive Assistant Director, Intelligence Branch - Federal Bureau of Investigation
Rachel Carson, Vice-President of Membership - International Association of Crime Analysts