Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

E-policing in police services : definitions, issues and current experiences / Marcel-Eugène LeBeuf.

This page has been archived on the Web

Information identified as archived is provided for reference, research or recordkeeping purposes. It is not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards and has not been altered or updated since it was archived. Please contact us to request a format other than those available.

Location

Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

Resource

e-Books

Alternate Title

La police en ligne dans les services de police : définitions, enjeux et expériences récentes.

Authors

Publishers

Bibliography

Includes bibliographical references.

Description

1 online resource (48, [2] pages)

Note

"Research and Evaluation Branch Report, Community, Contract and Aboriginal Policing Services Directorate."
"Ottawa 2006."
Issued also in French under title: La police en ligne dans les services de police : définitions, enjeux et expériences récentes.

Summary

E-policing is the transaction of services and information between the police and citizens via the Internet. A recent review of police service models and call management suggested that use of the Internet to report calls for service was an emerging trend. This study, carried out by Research and Evaluation and Urban Policing, CCAPS, addressed these questions pertaining to e-policing: What does e-policing mean from an organizational perspective; How it is used and where; What are the challenges and obstacles to successful implementation and their impact on police services, citizens and police activities.

Subject

Online Access

Contents

Foreword -- Executive summary -- Introduction -- The research project -- E-policing - The state of knowledge -- Electronic transactions in Canada -- Online crime reporting case studies -- Conclusion.

Date modified: