Governing Science

This National Institute of Justice paper discusses the importance of understanding the particular and limited contributions that social science research methods can make to operational policing, and embracing a substantially broader range of investigative, analytic, inquiry, and intelligence techniques more generally suited to the operational demands of the profession. (NCJ 232179)

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