By Eugene de Silva, Asanga Abeyagoonesekera

« Multidisciplinary research is steadily revolutionizing traditional education, scientific approaches, and activities related to security matters. Therefore, the knowledge generated through multidisciplinary research into the field of application of scientific inquiry could be utilized to protect critical and vital assets of a country. The field of security requires focus on the assessment and resolution of complex systems. Consequently, the dynamics of the intelligence field leads to the necessity of raising awareness and placing priority on improved ideas using scientific inquiry. Intelligence and Law Enforcement in the 21st Century provides personnel directly working in the fields of intelligence and law enforcement with an opportunity to deeply delve into to the challenges, choices, and complications in finding, applying, and presenting the gathered intelligence through various methods and then presenting them through available policies and procedures in the arena of law and order. The book also addresses how law enforcement is critically assessed in the 21st century when implementing the rule of law and order. Covering topics such as counterterrorism, cybersecurity, biological and chemical weapons, and scientific inquiry, this is an essential text for law enforcement, intelligence specialists, analysts, cybersecurity professionals, government officials, students, teachers, professors, practitioners, and researchers in fields that include terrorism and national security. »

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