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Amerika Birlesik Devletleri’nde Polis Örgütlerinin Suçla Mücadelesinde Kurumlar Arası Müdahale Agları


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Interorganizational networks are increasingly used by local law enforcement agencies in response to crime in United States and elsewhere. Interorganizational networks help law enforcement to cope with the uncertainty of complex response operations in the local area by sharing information with other law enforcement agencies. While it is a developing field, its root in criminal justice is different from other public organizations. The study reviews the literature on networks (network theory) and implementation of the theory in law enforcement and interoperability issues were discussed. Florida Integrated Network for Data Exchange and Retrieval (FINDER) model was used as a case study for network model and information sharing in fight against crime.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Kurumlar arası ag Amerika Birlesik Devletleri’ndeki yerel polis birimleri tarafından suçla mücadelede yaygınlasarak kullanılan bir yöntemdir. Yerel polis birimlerinin birbirleriyle bilgi paylasımıyla kurulan kurumlar arası ag, polisin karsılastıgı yetersiz bilgilenmeyi azaltmak amacıyla kullanılmaktadır. Gelisen bir alan olmasının yanında polis uygulaması ile diger kamu kurumlarının uygulaması farklılıklar göstermektedir. Bu çalısmada, teorinin gelisimi, polis tarafından uygulanması ve teorinin uygulanabilirligi konuları tartısılmaktadır. Florida Dahili Bilgi Paylasımı Agı (FINDER) modeli ise teorinin uygulanısına bir örnek olarak incelenmistir.



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