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- is a government agency responsible for the collection,analysis or exploitation of information and intelligence in support of law enforcement,national security,defense and foreign policy objectives.

Intelligence Agency

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- is a person employed by an organization to collect,compile and analyze information which is used to that organization.

Intelligence Officer

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- refers to effort made by intelligence organizations to prevent hostile or enemy intelligence organization from successfully gathering and collecting intelligence against them.

Counter Intelligence

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Human Intelligence - category of intelligence derived from information collected and provided by human sources.

Human Intelligence

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- is a method of espionage trade craft used to pass items between 2 individuals using a secret location and thus not require to meet directly.

Dead Drop/Dead Letter Box

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- 2 persons meet to exchange items or information.

Live Drop

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- is a concealment device used to hide money,maps,documents,microfilm and other items.

Dead Drop Spike

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- is a mutually trusted intermediary,method or channel of communication,facilitating the exchange of information between agents.

Cut-Out

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- involves a government or individual obtaining information that is considered secret of confidential without the permission of the holder of the information.

Espionage/Spying

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- is the management of agents,principal agents and agent networks by intelligence officers typically known as case officers.

Agent Handling

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- is an intelligence officer who is trained specialist in the management of agents and agent network.

Case Officer

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- acts on behalf of another whether individual,organization or foreign government, works under the direction of a principal agent or case officer.

Agent

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- is the practice and study of techniques for secure communication in the presence of third parties called adversaries.

Cryptography

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- Is the act of secretly listening to the private conversation of others without their consent.

Eaves Dropping

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- is a form of communication that is aimed at influencing the attitude of a community toward some cause or position.

Propaganda

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- apprehended criminals who turn informants

Flip

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- jailhouse informants.

Snitches

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Means of Information Gathering

1.Overt
2.Covert

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- is the process of developing unrefined data into polished intelligence for the use of policy makers.

Intelligence Cycle

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Intelligence Cycle

1. Direction
2. Collection
3. Processing
4. Analysis
5. Dissemination
6. Feedback

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- intelligence requirements are determined by a decision maker to meet his/her objective.

1. Direction

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- is the gathering of raw information based on requirements.

2. Collection

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- converting the vast amount of information collected into a form usable by analyst.

3. Processing

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- conversion of raw information into intelligence.

4. Analysis

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Analysis, includes...

(1) integrating
(2) evaluating
(3) analyzing data and preparing intelligence product.

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- is the distribution of raw or finished intelligence to the consumer whose needs initiated the intelligence requirement.

5. Dissemination

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- is received from the decision maker and revised requirement issued.

6. Feedback

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- systematic determination of merit, worth and significance of something or someone using criteria against a set of standards.

Evaluation

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- is the assembly of written information into a standard order.

Collation

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Crime Triangle

1. the offender
2. the victim
3. the location