Gang Intelligence Manual

Autore: Bill Valentine
Editore:
ISBN: 9780873648448
Grandezza: 80,58 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 1048
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Marauding gangs have become a fact of life in the U.S., but where did these violent groups come from, and why are they so appealing to so many youths today? This comprehensive guide provides answers to these questions and more. It will open your eyes to a world few of us know, but most of us fear.

U S Army Human Intelligence Collector Field Manual

Autore: Department of the Army
Editore: Lyons Press
ISBN: 9781493006533
Grandezza: 26,79 MB
Formato: PDF, Kindle
Vista: 5474
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Issued by the Department of the Army, this manual gives instructions on the structure, planning and management of human intelligence operations, the debriefing of soldiers, and the analysis of known relationships and map data. The largest and most updated section of the document details procedures for the screening and interrogation of prisoners of war and unlawful combatants—all of which was revised after the water-boarding controversy.

Army Alpha Intelligence Examination Manual

Autore: Henry E. Schrammel
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 33,48 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
Vista: 7312
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Basic Elements Of Intelligence

Autore: Don R. Harris
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 59,72 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 1205
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This manual presents guidelines for organizing and operating an effective police intelligence unit. Emphasis is placed on the problems involved in combating organized crime, which includes much that is now being called 'white-collar' crime. It attempts to define the concept of intelligence and its role in the criminal justice system while at the same time providing a practical handbook for the law enforcement intelligence unit. In particular, the intent is to assist intelligence units, large or small, in their efforts against major crime in their jurisdiction, whatever its form. An introductory chapter outlines briefly the history and growth of organized crime in the United States as well as the infiltration of organized criminal elements into legitimate business and government, the social and economic impacts of this crime, and its implications for the criminal justice system. It defines the meaning of 'intelligence' as it applies to law enforcement agencies as a tool for fighting organized and white-collar crime. Finally, it discusses the growing public concern over the right-to-privacy issue and its legal implications for law enforcement intelligence units. Each subsequent chapter deals with a specific element of the intelligence function. An outline of the various sources and methods for gathering the kinds of information necessary to produce sound intelligence is followed by a discussion of the organization of the filing system for storing, protecting, and disseminating intelligence information. A fourth chapter provides techniques for developing hypotheses from raw intelligence data to produce and disseminate intelligence for strategic and tactical operations. Also considered are the staffing and training of the intelligence unit and its overall organization and management. Extensive appendices supplement the manual where more detailed discussions in particular aspects of the intelligence function are required.

Field Manual On Intelligence Interrogations

Autore: Barry Leonard
Editore: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1437932460
Grandezza: 50,47 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 1251
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Contents of this U.S. Army Field Manual: (1) Military Intelligence Missions and Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield; (2) Composition and Structure; (3) The Interrogation Process; (4) Processing and Exploiting Captured Enemy Documents. Appendices: (A): Uniform Code of Military Justice Extract; (B) Questioning Guides; (C) S2 Tactical Questioning Guide and Battlefield Exploitation of Captured Enemy Documents and Equipment; (D) Protected Persons Rights Versus Security Needs; (E) Reports; (F) Command Language Program; (G) Individual and Collective Training. Glossary. Charts and tables.

Haggerty Intelligence Examination

Autore: Melvin Everett Haggerty
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 35,81 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 7923
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U S Army Human Intelligence Collector Field Manual

Autore: Department of the Army
Editore: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493016229
Grandezza: 36,94 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 9925
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Among the most crucial roles of the United States military in the global War on Terror is the collection of human intelligence from prisoners of war, unlawful combatants, and others. On the heels of controversy over some of the techniques used to extract information—such as waterboarding—the Department of the Army completely revised its interrogation guidelines. The result is this book, the United States Army’s human intelligence collection playbook, which gives instructions on the structure, planning and management of human intelligence operations, the debriefing of soldiers, and the analysis of known relationships and map data. The largest and most newsworthy section of the book details procedures for screening and interrogation, which permits a specific number of interrogation techniques, described in Chapter 8 as “approach techniques.” These techniques, described in great detail, carry such names as Emotional Love, Mutt and Jeff, False Flag, and even Separation. A must-read for today’s military buffs, U.S. Army Human Intelligence Collector Field Manual is also a valuable resource for anyone seeking strategies to employ in the gathering of information.

Manual Of Military Intelligence In The Field

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ISBN:
Grandezza: 37,97 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
Vista: 6350
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Creating Brain Like Intelligence

Autore: Bernhard Sendhoff
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 3642006167
Grandezza: 51,47 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Docs
Vista: 9145
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TheInternationalSymposiumCreatingBrain-LikeIntelligencewasheldinFeb- ary 2007 in Germany. The symposium brought together notable scientists from di?erent backgrounds and with di?erent expertise related to the emerging ?eld of brain-like intelligence. Our understanding of the principles behind brain-like intelligence is still limited. After all, we have had to acknowledge that after tremendous advances in areas like neural networks, computational and arti?cial intelligence (a ?eld that had just celebrated its 50 year anniversary) and fuzzy systems, we are still not able to mimic even the lower-level sensory capabilities of humans or animals. We asked what the biggest obstacles are and how we could gain ground toward a scienti?c understanding of the autonomy, ?exibility, and robustness of intelligent biological systems as they strive to survive. New principles are usually found at the interfaces between existing disciplines, and traditional boundaries between disciplines have to be broken down to see how complex systems become simple and how the puzzle can be assembled. During the symposium we could identify some recurring themes that p- vaded many of the talks and discussions. The triad of structure, dynamics and environment,theroleoftheenvironmentasanactivepartnerinshapingsystems, adaptivity on all scales (learning, development, evolution) and the amalga- tion of an internal and external world in brain-like intelligence rate high among them. Each of us is rooted in a certain community which we have to serve with the results of our research. Looking beyond our ?elds and working at the interfaces between established areas of research requires e?ort and an active process.