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Fusing the four corners : integrating intelligence-led policing within New Mexico's rural and tribal communities / by Robert Vasquez.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

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1 online resource (xvi, 63 pages)

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M.A. Naval Postgraduate School 2018.

Summary

This thesis examines how New Mexico’s state fusion center can develop a robust intelligence-led policing and all-hazards model for New Mexico and its rural and tribal communities. The research examines the principles behind intelligence-led policing and identifies best practices established by other local and state law enforcement organizations, focusing on how these practices are followed by fusion centers. Then, it conducts a close analysis of the New Mexico fusion center to determine, in light of best practices, how policies and procedures might be changed to better address rural and tribal concerns. A redefined intelligence and all-hazards mission, as described in this thesis, will provide all participating agencies with a universal definition of intelligence-led policing, will maintain and enhance community-policing efforts, and will establish a platform for contribution to the domestic intelligence cycle—fusing New Mexico’s four-corner region, which is essential for leveraging resources to detect and disrupt organized criminal organizations and terrorism.

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