intelligence-led policing (ILP)
The mission of policing was described by the author as covering six key areas: enforcing the law, apprehending offenders, preventing crime, predicting crime, preserving the peace, and providing services. With the advent of various forms of terrorism and transnational crime, the police mission has expanded beyond the traditional borders of burglaries and domestic disputes.
discuss the use of intelligence-led policing (ILP) and the development of fusion centers to equip law enforcement for their expanded mission. Finally, integrate within your discussion the impact of a Judeo-Christian viewpoint on ILP and the development of fusion centers.