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Developing Street Sources: Tips for Patrol Officers: A Reprint from “FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin”
Robert Botsch (au)
The most effective police officer is one who is an expert in developing information and then actively pursuing that information, not passively waiting for things to come to him or her. Information gethering, whether done consciously or unconsciously, is a regular part of a police officer’s daily responsibilities. On patrol, officers interact with law enforcement’s largest source of information -- people. Although taking advantage of these opportunities proves important, officers often feel that they do not have the time to talk to citizens. The rapport possibly built during these brief contacts, however, is essential to gaining trust and cooperation, two key factors when recruiting and developing street sources or informants. This essay provides information on “data mining” the streets, developing sources, staying committed, and operating recommendations. Illus.
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