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'''Law enforcement intelligence''' ('''LAWINT''') is
   
{{Quote|[t]he end product (output) of an analytic process that [[data collection|collects]] and [[assess]]es [[information]] about crimes and/or criminal enterprises with the purpose of making judgments and inferences about community conditions, potential problems, and criminal activity with the intent to pursue criminal prosecution, project crime trends, or support informed decision making by management.
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{{Quote|[t]he end product (output) of an analytic process that [[data collection|collects]] and [[assess]]es [[information]] about crimes and/or criminal enterprises with the purpose of making judgments and inferences about community conditions, potential problems, and criminal activity with the intent to pursue criminal prosecution, project crime trends, or support informed decision making by management.<ref>[[Privacy, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties Compliance Verification for the Intelligence Enterprise]], App. B, at 41.</ref>}}
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Latest revision as of 15:06, 26 June 2013

Definition[]

Law enforcement intelligence (LAWINT) is

[t]he end product (output) of an analytic process that collects and assesses information about crimes and/or criminal enterprises with the purpose of making judgments and inferences about community conditions, potential problems, and criminal activity with the intent to pursue criminal prosecution, project crime trends, or support informed decision making by management.[1]

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