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Predictive policing: perception of its risks and benefits by police officers and citizens

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This article present an original study from the research team Louis Josserand regarding the acceptability of predictive policing from citizens, mayors and police officers and how this new technology will impact them. This project was supported by the French ministry of Interior and was never studied before.
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hal-02078050 , version 1 (25-03-2019)

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Cyril Piotrowicz. Predictive policing: perception of its risks and benefits by police officers and citizens. European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin, 2019, Innovations in Law Enforcement - Implications for practice, education, and civil society, 4, pp.107-111. ⟨hal-02078050⟩
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