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Integrated Law Enforcement: A Holistic Approach to Solving Crime



Published on 23 June 2014

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ISBN-10: 0738453889
ISBN-13: 9780738453880
IBM Form #: REDP-5116-00

Authors: Stephen Dalzell and Barbara Kennedy

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    IBM® i2® Integrated Law Enforcement is a single solution that supports three primary types of user communities with three major logical components:

    • Intelligent Operations, serving the command and operational community
    • Intelligence Analysis, serving the analyst and investigative community
    • Integrated Policing, serving the front line officer community

    i2 Integrated Law Enforcement offers a modular design and flexible deployment options. Agencies can choose to deploy the entire preconfigured law enforcement solution or they can gradually deploy modules prioritizing their most pressing business needs – allowing ROI to be established at the early stages of a project. Its modular design allows i2 Integrated Law Enforcement to integrate with any part of an organization's information structure.

    This IBM Redguide™ publication describes the IBM i2 Integrated Law Enforcement business value and the solution capabilities, which include a modular design that enables organizations to deploy the solution in phases according to their most pressing needs. This guide is intended as an introduction for law enforcement executives and individuals evaluating advanced law enforcement software solutions for their organizations.

    Table of Contents

    Executive overview

    Business value

    Modular design: Integrated modules - one solution

    Integrated Operations: Serving the command and operational community

    Intelligence Analysis: Serving the analyst and investigative community

    Integrated Policing: Serving the front line officer community

    Integrated law enforcement: Extending the value of integration


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