Intelligence and Secret Service Definition of Terms
2 Methods Of Collecting Information
3 Defined Objectives Of Police Intelligence
Briefs – the form in which the finished product of intelligence is presented to the commander in the police department.
Bugging – the placement of a hidden microphone in a particular room to obtain information.
Burned – the agent was identified and known.
CIA – established in 1946.
Ciples – are fundamental guides to action, broad statement of truth from which others are derived.
Classification/Types Of Police Intelligence
Collate – to bring together and compare the truthfulness of the information.
Collection – to accumulate knowledge on a subject or area of interest.
Cooperative Members of the Community - a rich source of information on criminals, criminal activities and even subversive groups.
Criminal Syndicate – it is a stable business with violence applied and directed at unwelcome competitors.
Criminal World – the social organization of criminals having its own social classes.
Cryptoanalysis – is the process of putting the plain text message to codes and cipher.
Cryptograph – the art and science of making, devising, inventing, or protecting codes and cipher.
Counter Intelligence – type of intelligence activity which deals with defending the organization againsts it criminal activities.
Counter Intelligence Security Measures
Covert Operation – if the information is obtained without the knowledge of the person against whom the information or document may be used or if the method or procurement is done not in an open manner.
Detection of Criminal – the primary purpose of police counter intelligence.
Decipher – to reconvert the cipher into plain text message.
Documentary Security Classifications
Evaluation – it is the critical appraisal of information as a basis for its subsequent interpretation which includes determining the pertinence of information and the reliability of the source.
- to judge the information as to its truthfulness or importance.
Financial Gain – the most common reason why an informer is giving information.
Frederick The Great – father of organized military espionage.
Information – are knowledge, data, news, opinion or the like transmitted from one person to another.
Integrate – to make the entire or all the information the subject matter.
Interpret – to explain the meaning or to expand the information from the unknown to known.
Intelligence – product resulting from the collecting information concerning an actual and potential situation and condition relating to foreign activities and to foreign or enemy held areas.
- product resulting from collection, evaluation, analysis, integration, and interpretation of available information concerning area of interest.
Interpretation – determining the significance of the information with respect to what is already known and it draws conclusions as to the probable meaning of the evaluated information.
Kinds Of Surveillance
Method of Casing
Need To Know Principle – in intelligence dissemination, even a ranking law enforcer who has no business on the classified information is not furnished the report.
OB File – identification, location, and knowing the intents of criminal syndicates, notorious characters and even people with subversive desires must be made available for use.
Order Of Battle – an intelligence document describing the identity, strength, command structure and disposition of the enemy/criminals.
Organized crime – it is the combination of two or more persons for the purpose of establishing criminal activity.
Overt Operation – if the information or document are procured openly with out regard as to whether the subject of the investigation becomes knowledgeable of the purpose for which it is being gathered.
Parker – internal affairs is my defense and intelligence is my offensive arm.
Police Counter Intelligence – it is the detection, prevention, or neutralization of any activity inimical to the harmony and best interest of the police organization.
Police Intelligence – an evaluated and interpreted information concerning organized crime and other major police problems.
Reconnaissance – to gather specific or detailed information at a particular time and place.
Roping – undercover assignment, form of investigation in which the investigator assume a different and unofficial identity/cover story in order to obtain information.
Safe House – a clandestine place where the intelligence agent and his superior meet.
Schulmoister – Napoleon's secret military agent.
Security Inspection – conducted in order to determine degree of compliance with established security policies and procedures.
Stool Pidgeon – an individual who sells information to different groups of law enforcers.
Strategic Intelligence – intelligence which is primarily long range in nature with little or no immediate practical value.
Sun Tzu – he was the writer of the book “Art of War”.
Surveillance – to gather general information over a wide area and takes a longer time frame.
Tactical Interrogation – a process or method to obtain information from a captured enemy.
Walshingham – protector of queen Elizabeth.
Wilhelm Von Stieber – a CIA intelligence officer who spied for soviet union from 1985 – 1994, he had perpetrated the costliest breach of security in the agency's history.
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