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DISCUSSION: Fully explained Intelligence-led policing and total criminal intelligence. (Provide in-text citations connected to listed source references.)   Reaction Paper: Reading: Chapter 14: An Int

DISCUSSION: Fully explained Intelligence-led policing and total criminal intelligence. (Provide in-text citations connected to listed source references.)

Reaction Paper: Reading: Chapter 14: 

An Introduction to Homeland Security.

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