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Knowledge-managed policing framework for Communication Tnterception Technologies (CIT) in criminal justice system

Dean, Geoff, Bell, Peter, & Congram , M (2010) Knowledge-managed policing framework for Communication Tnterception Technologies (CIT) in criminal justice system. Pakistan Journal of Criminology, 2(4), pp. 25-41.

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Abstract

This is a conceptual paper on Communication Interception Technologies (CIT) within the criminal justice system because little substantive research exits, outside of the military/defence and national security domains, on several methodological issues surrounding the use of CIT particularly in a policing context. The paper proposes the adoption of an organising framework based on a Knowledge-Managed Policing (KMP) approach to the use of CIT to effectively address methodological concerns. The paper initially overviews what is characteristically involved in a Knowledge-Managed Policing perspective. It concentrates of three key dimensions that of police practitioners' knowledge as the basis of a KMP system; the technological processes which support a KMP system; and the organisational context of police work from a KMP perspective. Then the conceptual dimensions of CIT are briefly outlined and discussed with reference to adopting a KMP framework. The paper concludes with some speculative comments on the suitability of KMP as a regulatory framework for CIT.

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ID Code: 46935
Item Type: Journal Article
Keywords: communication interception technologies, police knowledge, knowledge management, criminal justice system, knowledge-managed policing
ISSN: 2074-2738
Divisions: Current > Schools > School of Cultural & Professional Learning
Current > Schools > School of Curriculum
Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Faculty of Law
Current > Schools > School of Justice
Copyright Owner: Copyright 2010 Pakistan Journal of Criminology
Deposited On: 10 Nov 2011 14:57
Last Modified: 25 Mar 2013 18:23

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