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The benefits of implementing ILP in the ports cocaine trafficking investigations and crime prevention in Brazil [Recurso eletrónico] / Fábio Alceu Mertens
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Policiais, Brasília, Vol. 12, n. 4 (Jan/Abr 2021), p. 101-121
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COMBATE À DROGA, ROTA DE DROGA, POLÍTICA POLICIAL, TRÁFICO DE COCAÍNA, BRASIL
Intelligence-led Policing (ILP) is a doctrinal and governmental agenda that has been present in global debates about the efficient and effective repression of crime since the late nineties. Its foundations have already been applied in different ways by countless law enforcement agencies in different countries. On the other hand, Brazil’s position as a major cocaine export corridor to Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, as well as the successful results that have been produced by the Brazilian Federal Police, together with national and international partners, to prevent and suppress this crime, have had wide worldwide repercussion. Within this context, this article aims at discussing the main doctrinal characteristics of ILP, analyzing whether it has been somehow employed in the Brazilian Federal Police’ actions in the area of prevention and repression of cocaine trafficking by sea and, otherwise, the benefits of such use and the its potential in terms of qualified and effective police actions, mainly taking into account the formal and functional intelligence structures present in the institution.