1.Defining Intelligence Analysis and Understanding Its Role in Policing- Past, Present and Future 2.Understanding the Value and Danger of Intelligence Sources 3.Improving the Intelligence Process: A Managerial Perspective 4.Improving Intelligence Process: An Analyst Perspective 5.Intelligence Sources and Techniques for Crime Reduction 6.Intelligence Sources and Techniques for the Investigation of Crime 7.The Multi-Agency Partnership Environment 8.The Increasing Influence of Data in Intelligence Analysis 9.Improving Intelligence Analysis- Meeting Future Challenges
Stuart Kirby previously served as a Lancashire Police Officer (UK). As a Detective Chief Superintendent (Specialist Crime and Operations Division), he had responsibility for Intelligence, Forensic, Major Crime, Organised Crime and Counter Terrorism. On retirement he started a second career in academia, becoming a Professor of Policing. As current Director of Crimeinsights Ltd. he acts as a policing consultant to national and international public sector agencies. Scott Keay is a senior lecturer in Policing at Edge Hill University (UK). He worked for the Lancashire Constabulary for almost 20 years, in various analytical roles from criminal intelligence through to community safety and partnership intelligence. He is currently conducting a PhD, exploring how the police define, identify and respond to vulnerability.