Intelligence-led policing (ILP)
Suicide by cop
Concerns both criminal and civil caseloads for the courts
Both police and civil libertarians oppose this, but for different ideological reasons.
Parties agree to negotiate with the aid of an impartial person who facilitates the settlement negotiations.
Helps foster an open, professional relationship between the police and the media in which both sides know and understand their responsibilities
Creates an inaccurate expectation in the minds of jurors regarding the power and use of forensic evidence.
A means of unifying agencies and achieving cost savings.
An alternative dispute resolution similar to a trial but less formal.
Rests on the proposition that a law enforcement error, no matter how technical, can be used to throw an entire case out of court.
Focuses on the jury predictability, case development, and other fieldwork.
Coordinates all response and counter-terrorism elements within a community or metropolitan area
Provides a continuous process for leadership development and organizational change.
Represents a burgeoning area of use of force and violence both against and by the police.
Assumes that a relatively small number of people were responsible for a comparatively large percentage of crimes
Employing security procedures with the understanding of the current situation and types and targets of violence.
Gunfire that spreads among officers who believe that they, or their colleagues, are facing a threat.