Brief bites: crime intelligence and reporting
- 10 January, 2017
- 10:00 AM
to 11:00 AM
- Committee Room 1
Tackling organised crime in the Thames Valley: a joint approach to intervention
The police have a robust process for collecting and storing information and intelligence which is then used to identify crime and disorder patterns and to identify individuals who may be offending or are likely to be victims.
Thames Valley Police have developed a reporting mechanism for local authorities to report intelligence and information directly to the local Intelligence Teams. It should not be used for the day-to-day communications we enjoy locally, but for information that may be sensitive or confidential (this could include suspected involvement in organised criminality, child sexual exploitation, other forms of exploitation such as modern slavery, drug supply etc).
Members of the Wycombe Intelligence Team will be running a Brief Bites session on Tuesday 10 January between 10 and 11am in Committee Room 1 to go through the reporting mechanism and the types of information they would like to receive.
If you are interested in attending, please book your place via Empower. If you have any questions about this, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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