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the capacity of a prospective agent to obtain the desired information for the inteligence organization or to perform intelligence collection mission area

access

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this means the probable truth of the information.

accuracy

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what are the evaluation guides for the accuracy of information (acronym: CProPDIT)

confirmed by other sources
probably true
possibly true
doubtfully true
improbable
truth cannot be judged

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a type of counter intelligence which seek to actively block information from the enemies' effort to gain information or engage in espionage, subversion, and sabotage

active measures (offensive)

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an information desired in casing on all organs of every security system whose task is to prevent intelligence activity in a given area

active opposition

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it is the authority to direct agent to carry out task or the requirements on behalf of the cladestine organization in acceptable manner and security

agent control

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it is a report rendered by a document agent who answers an intelligence requirement

agent's report

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one who has been recruited by an intelligence service within a highly sensitive target and who is just beginning his career or have been long outsider or insider

agent in place

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shifting and isolating those elements that have significance to the mission or objectives

analysis

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a device in the conduct of elicitation which involves the process of setting people to start talking

approach

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an information desired in casing on the description of the locality as whether the place is residentential, commercial, highly urbanized or rural

area condition

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a listing of names of all persons authorized access to sensitive information

bigot list

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also known as "made". it is a state when subject under surveillance becomes aware that he is under observation and identifies the observer

burnout

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it literally means putting a thing, or place in a case. as used in intelligence operation, it is the continuous monitoring of a place or area at a given period of time

casing

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an intelligence operation which is done by opening letters secretly to and from the subject of investigation without their knowledge that information was breach

censorship

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it is a secret action undertaken by an intelligence/counter - intelligence organization in behalf of the government or other friendly forces

clandestine operation

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a type of procurement that utilizes human being to gather information

classical intelligence

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information in any form which, in the interest of national security. must be safeguarded in the manned and to extent required by importance

classified matters

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also known as "tight tailing" a moving surveilance where subject is kept constantly within view

close tailing

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a cryptographic security that uses words

code

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it covers the activity denoted and destroying the effectiveness of hostile foreign activities to the protection of information against espionage, subversion, and sabotage

counter intelligence

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organization of raw data and information into usable form; grouping similar items of information so that they will be readily accessible

collation

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any person, unit. or activity that collects and processes information by research, suveillance, or exploits sources

collection agency

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organization of raw data and information into usable form; grouping similar items of information so that they will be readily accessible

collection

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it manipulates one, two. or three characters at the same time

cipher

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an accomplice or associate of the subject

convoy

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also known as negative intelligence

counter intelligence

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it describes the fighting quality and effectiveness of an enemy unit as a whole

combat efficiency

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any device utilized by person, organization to insure that one who deas not have the right to know must be aware of the real purpose of the mission

cover

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an intelligence operation wherein coded messages are analyed by experts

crypt analysis

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the end product resulting from the collection, evaluation, analysis, integration, and interpretation of all available information which may have immediate or potential significance to the development and execution of plan, policies and programs of the user

intelligence

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the end product resulting from the collection, evaluation, analysis, integration, and interpretation of all available information regarding the activities of criminals and other law violateors for the purpose of affecting their arrest, obtaining evience, and forestalling plan to commit crimes.

police intelligence

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all evaluated materials of every description including those derived from observation, reports, rumors, imagery and other sources from which intelligence is produced

information

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2 general classifications of sources of information

open sources
close sources

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99% of the information collected coming from the

OPEN SOURCES
1. enemy activities
2. POW
3. captured documents
4. map
5. wheter forecast, studies, reports
6. agencies

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1% of the information collected coming from the

CLOSE SOURCES
1. surveillance
2. casing
3. elicitation
4. surreptitious entry
5. employment of technical means
- bugging and tapping devices
6. tactical interrogation
7. observation and description

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functional classification of the police intelligence

criminal intelligence
internal security intelligence
public safety intelligence

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refers to the knowledge essential to ensure the protection of lives and property

public safety intelligence

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refers to the knowledge essential to the maintenance of peace and order

internal security intelligence

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refers to the knowledge essential to the prevention of crimes and the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminal offenders

criminal intelligence

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principles of intelligence

1. intelligence and operation are interdependent
2. intelligence requires continuous security measuers
3. intelligence must be useful
4. intelligence must be timely
5. intelligence must be flexible
6. intelligence requires imagination and foresight

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integrated product of intelligence developed by all government departments concerning the broad aspect of national policy and national security

national intelligence

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specific courses of action achiece the national objectives

national policy

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this relate to the protection and preservation of military economic and productive strength of a country including the security of the government and domestics and foreign affairs against espionage, sabotage and subversion

national security

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the intelligence required by the government to execute its mission and discharge its responsibilites

department of intelligence

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used in the preparation and execution of tactical plans

military intelligence

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knowledge pertaining to the capabilities and vulnerabiities of a foreign nation, which is required by the national planners for the formulation of an adequate national defense in peace and forms the basis for, projected military operations in time of war.

tactical intelligence

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is the intelligence required by the commander to provide for planning and conduct of tactical operation

line intelligence

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components of tactical intelligence

political intelligence
economic intelligence
transportation and telecommunication intelligence
sociological intelligence
biographical intelligence
armed forces intelligence
geographical intelligence
scientific intelligence

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deals with the natural as well as man made features of the physical environment of man considered from the pont in view of military operations.
1. location - military and economic importance
2. size - measurement of which a nation can exchange space or time during war
3. shape
4. wheather and climate

geographical intelligence

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deals with the progress of the research and development as it effects the economic and military potential of a nation

scientific intelligence

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deals with domestic and foreign affain and relation of government operation;
1. basic principles of the government
2. government structures
3. public orfer and safety
4. subversion
5. intelligence and security organization

political intelligence

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concerned with the operations and facilities not only the military but also the civilians

transportation and telecommunications intelligence

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deals with the extent and utilization of natural and human resources to the industrial potential of the nations.

economic intelligence

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deals with the armed forces of nation

armed forces intelligence

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deals with individual personalities who have actual possession of power

biographical intelligence

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deals with the demographic and psychological aspects of groups ad manpower
1. population and manpower
2. characteristic of the people
3. public opnion
4. education

sociological intelligence

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phase of intelligence covering the activity devoted in destroying the effectiveness of hostile foreign activities and the protection of information against espionage, subversion and sabotage

counter intelligence

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3 activities of counter intelligence

protection of information against espionage
protection of personnel against subversion
protection of installations and materials against sabotage

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2 general types of counter intelligence

passive measures
active measures