Information management in law enforcement: The case of police intelligence strategy implementation

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Bell, Peter
Dean, Geoff
Gottschalk, Petter
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2010
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Strategy implementation is important because failure to carry out strategy can cause lost opportunities and leave police officers reluctant to do strategic planning. Lack of implementation creates problems in maintaining priorities and reaching organizational goals. The strategy execution task is commonly the most complicated and time-consuming part of strategic, management. Yet, strategy implementation suffers from a general lack of academic attention. This research paper makes a contribution to police strategy implementation literature by developing a, research model to study the extent of intelligence strategy implementation.

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International Journal of Information Management

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30

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Distributed computing and systems software

Information systems

Library and information studies

Police administration, procedures and practice

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