SAGE Journal Articles
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For each article, write a sentence outlining one of the arguments the author makes. There will be more than one argument in the article, but choose one that you think is most relevant to crime analysis in general and/or the corresponding chapter. After the sentence, briefly describe the author’s argument and then cite the evidence the author puts forth to support the argument. Note that an argument is not a statement of fact but is a line of reasoning asserted by the author that is supported by theory, research results, or both.
McGarrell, E.F., Freilich, J.D., & Chermak, S. (2007). Intelligence-Led Policing as a framework for responding to terrorism. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 23, 2, 142-158.
Critical thinking questions:
- Using the methodology for identifying risk using mapping discussed in this chapter, how could it be expanded or improved upon through the concepts discussed in this article?
- How would the mapping technique be using in the context of ILP and problem solving?