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Eleazer D Hunt; Jerry H. I ntelligence-Led P olicingPolicing: Having been a police officer for many years, he understands the needs of the street officer and the police organization in order to affect crime control.
This knowledge, applied research, and practical approaches towards understanding crime and the institution of policing have facilitated the adoption of many of his ideas, concepts, and methods across professional policing.
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