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ACPO and the NCPE would like to express their thanks to all those involved in the drafting of thisdocument, to members of the ACPO NIM Project Board in producing the original manual and tomembers of the ACPO NIM Working Group who gave their advice. All of the responses duringthe consultation phase of this project were appreciated and contributed to the final document.© Association of Chief Police Officers (2005)© Centrex (2005)All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, modified, amended, stored inany retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior writtenpermission of Centrex and ACPO or their duly authorised representative.GUIDANCE ON THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE MODELThis document has been produced by the National Centre for Policing Excellence (NCPE) on behalfof the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO).The NCPE was established by the Police Reform Act 2002. As part of its remit the NCPE is requiredto develop policing doctrine, including guidance, in consultation with ACPO, the Home Office andthe Police Service. Guidance produced by the NCPE should be used by chief officers to shapepolice responses to ensure consistent levels of service. The implementation of all guidancewillrequire operational choices to be made at a local level in order to achieve the appropriatepolice response.This guidance underpins the NIM Code of Practice which is the statutory code for all police forces.NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED Guidance on The National Intelligence Model © ACPO Centrex 2005