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National Intelligence Model

Volume 622: debated on Wednesday 21 February 2001

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asked Her Majesty's Government:Whether all police forces in England and Wales have adopted the National Intelligence Model. [HL925]

The National Intelligence Model was developed by the National Criminal Intelligence Service on behalf of the Association of Chief Police Officers and has been adopted by them. We look forward to all forces in England and Wales implementing it. The model offers the prospect of forces working to common standards and discipline in intelligence-led policing which will benefit them locally and also provide benefits in tackling crime at regional and national levels. The use of intelligence to inform operational decisions is necessary if forces are to make the most effective use of their resources and to respond to changing forms of crime. We are making up to £10.6 million available in 2001–02 towards the capital costs of implementation of the model.