Adrian JamesReader in Police Studies at Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies
Is Reader in Police Studies at the Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies and a former Scotland Yard detective. Awarded his doctorate by the London School of Economics for a study into the origins and development of intelligence-led policing. Adrian has published extensively on investigative policy and practice. His publications include a research monograph on the UK’s National Intelligence Model, which is commonly viewed as the template for intelligence-led policing models that have emerged around the world. Other publications include the books Examining Intelligence-Led Policing (2013) and Understanding Police Intelligence Work (2016). He maintains strong links with the policing institution through his research and consultancy work and recently completed a study for the UK’s College of Policing into ‘what works’ in police intelligence practice.