Theft Southampton
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Theft Newcastle
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Theft London
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Theft Liverpool
Theft liverpool
Theft England
Theft england
Burglary Southampton
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Burglary Newcastle
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Burglary London
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Burglary Liverpool
Burglary liverpool
Burglary England
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Robbery Southampton
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Robbery Newcastle
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Robbery England
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Drug Crime Southampton
Drug Crime southampton
Drug Crime Newcastle
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Drug Crime London
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Drug Crime Liverpool
Drug Crime liverpool
Drug Crime England
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Vehicle Crime Southampton
Vehicle Crime southampton
Vehicle Crime Newcastle
Vehicle Crime newcastle
Vehicle Crime London
Vehicle Crime london
Vehicle Crime Liverpool
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Vehicle Crime England
vehicle crime england
Arson Southampton
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Arson Newcastle
Arson newcastle
Arson London
Arson london
Arson Liverpool
Arson liverpool
Arson England
Arson england
Sexcrime Southampton
Sexcrime southampton
Sexcrime Newcastle
Sexcrime newcastle
Sexcrime London
Sexcrime london
Sexcrime Liverpool
Sexcrime liverpool
Sexcrime England
Sexcrime england

There are varying roles available in law enforcement within the UK, from police forces to the Serious Organised Crime Agency to Her Majesty's Customs and Revenue (HMCR) to related roles in private companies such as insurance and telecoms providers. There is an increasing role for analysis within what is referred to as 'partners' within the police, including council authorities. This has particularly been the case since the Crime and Disorder Act (CDA) Review and the subsequent Crime and Disorder (Formulation and Implementation of Strategy) Regulations 2007, which included a requirement for the annual provision of a partnership Strategic Assessment, including analysis in relation to problems of crime and disorder and substance misuse. Analysts support policing through the provision and support of four key 'Intelligence Products', these being the Strategic Assessment, the Tactical Assessment, the Problem Profile and the Subject Profile (formerly referred to as the 'Target Profile') and ten 'analytical tools & techniques'. The key skills of an analyst within UK law enforcement must to be identify patterns and trends, make inferences in relation to these patterns, provide recommendations to support action and provide products and briefings that deliver this information and interpretation clearly and in an appropriate format for the audience. This article uses material from the Wikipedia article "Crime_analysis", which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.