The intent of this paper is to contribute to our understanding of Intelligence Led Model of Policing (ILP). Specifically, we consider the origins of the move to ILP and provide examples of promising practices in policing that we believe highlight the promise of the ILP model. The paper concludes by advocating for a broad conceptualization of ILP that views ILP as an overarching framework for law enforcement that embraces community policing, problem solving policing, a continuous improvement managerial philosophy, and an 'all-crimes' focus.
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