Intelligence-Led Policing: A Policing Innovation

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Acknowledgements

I would like to thank Edmund McGarrell, Steve Chermak, John Hudzik, and Michael Rip for their professional and personal support in the preparation of this book. Your insights were truly invaluable.

To my mother Karen, father David, and sisters Hilary and Lauren, words cannot fully convey how thankful I am to have you all and everything you have done for me - I love you all. My parents instilled in me an honest work ethic, personal pride, and respect for everyone principles that guide me every day. Special thanks go out to my father for not only being the best in that role, but for also walking the fine line between parent and friend. I would never be where I am today without the love, guidance, and knowledge you have given me.

Finally, to my loving and patient wife Robyn… I do not even know where to begin. At times you were a widow to my doctoral degree, sacrificing in order to give me the best chance of success and making life easier for me, but not necessarily for yourself. You took on extra responsibilities so that I could focus on my work. You settled for some not-so-fun Friday and Saturday nights, all with a smile on your face. I look forward to spending the next many years making up for those lost nights together. I cannot say “thank you” or “I love you” enough to begin to convey how sincerely I mean them both.

To everyone… thank you.

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