Introduction to artificial networks and law enforcement analytics
Intelligence, in itself, does not make up part of the specific attributes of crime, but when it is present, it increases danger immeasurably and causes it to become organized crime. This phrase appears in the book both as an affirmation of the difficulty of the problem as well as a point of departure for finding solutions because what is intelligent is not causal, and what is not causal is foreseeable. Since intelligence must be fought with intelligence, the forces of order require a good dose of civil intelligence to fight the uncivil intelligence of criminals.
Intelligent Data Mining in Law Enforcement Analytics: New Neural Networks Applied to Real Problems
Tastle, William J., "Introduction to artificial networks and law enforcement analytics" (2014). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 851.