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IACA 2008 Presentation(Version2)

  1. 1. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Making Law Enforcement Intelligence Work: Sharing Resources - Combating Crime David Jimenez Faculty Jimenez, American Military University
  2. 2. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Background: Faculty with AMU – Intelligence and Criminal Justice programs y g pg Intelligence Specialist, U.S. Border Patrol, El Paso, Texas Director of Training, Education, and Career Development – IALEIA Retired Military Intelligence, USAF, 24 years
  3. 3. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Agenda: Participative Session Intelligence Problems in Sharing – Yesterday and Today Defending the Homeland – Dr Jonathan White Dr. Suggested Resources for Law Enforcement Resources You Can Use Analyst Bookshelf
  4. 4. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Intelligence
  5. 5. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008
  6. 6. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 The common components among all categories are LAW ENFORCEMENT MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BUSINESS COMPETITIVE people, time, support, and INTELLIGENCE INTELLIGENCE resources Four to seven steps and Standard five steps includes Varies on specific product usually includes Direction, planning/direction, collection, development, specific INTELLIGENCE CYCLE Collection, Processing, processing, production, and markets; specific competitors; Production, Dissemination dissemination Identify, Gather, Analyze, Act Case specific; task force; Technical; Humint; Strategic; Immediate; Intermediate; COLLECTION PLANS organizational; target; Tactical; Regional; Imagery; Long term; dependent on geographic/terrain Sigint; Orders of Battle business function TYPES OF INTELLIGENCE Tactical; Strategic; Tactical; Strategic; Strategic; Immediate Operational Operational Save lives; arrest criminal Battlefield Dominance; Victory Make $; Save Time ($); Avoid INTELLIGENCE element; on the battlefield; minimize financial ruin/bankruptcy; first GOALS/OBJECTIVES deter/prevent/preempt crime casualties; employ tactical with idea/product; from occurring; aid in surprise; deception; acquisitions; bidding; investigations; help contribute counterattack exporting; product toward prosecution development; legislation David Jimenez, Owner/Moderator, IntelligenceIsTheFuture.com, 2006
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  8. 8. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Problems in Sharing – Yesterday and Today
  9. 9. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 2002 IACA Conference – Orlando, FL Oliver “Buck” Revell, Ret FBI and Keynote Speaker Mentioned that the most disturbing aspect of what he had seen in his career was unprecedented, that of organized criminal enterprises working with each other. Chinese Snakehead and Triad gangs, Russian Mafia, E r p n ri in l nt rpri R i n M fi European criminal enterprises, and many others, nd n th r who had little in common before, now work with each other to help facilitate criminal activity, all for the purpose of one goal... making money
  10. 10. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 From your experience, what does/doesn t experience does/doesn’t work, for sharing of information, case support material, intelligence material intelligence, and other resources? What are some of the reasons you believe (or know) why sharing doesn’t work
  11. 11. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 I’ve Got a Secret Mentality y Bread & Butter Issues Compromise of Sources Personality Politics Not Utilizing the Intelligence Process/Products
  12. 12. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Overcoming Hurdles Persistence in Sharing Feed to others for credit Not about The Credit – Adversary behind bars Bottom Line … Officer/Public Safety, money and time saved
  13. 13. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Role of Academia: A Win-Win for All -Academia (criminal justice faculty/staff/students) Academia can play a major role for law enforcement -The university gets credit, the department and faculty The credit gets credit, the student involved in the research project gets credit -The law enforcement agency gets the finished project (research, study, analysis, results) without h i to ( h d li l ) ih having contract out into the private sector
  14. 14. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Defending the Homeland – Dr. Jonathan White
  15. 15. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Defending h Homeland b D f di the H l d by J Jonathan White
  16. 16. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Defending the Homeland by Jonathan White Most state and local agencies remain d g outside the intelligence loop Reasons? The police role in national defense is often ignored
  17. 17. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Defending the Homeland by J Jonathan White States have focused on managing the consequences instead of stopping the crisis No N system exists to distribute noncriminal i di ib iil intelligence to law enforcement Law enforcement management frequently favors local issues over national issues
  18. 18. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Defending the Homeland by J Jonathan White Rivalries among agencies hamper the flow of information Police and intelligence agencies encourage internal and external secrecy Higher education has failed to instill critical thinking skills in law enforcement officers g
  19. 19. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Defending the Homeland by J Jonathan White State and federal laws often prevent police agencies from collecting noncriminal intelligence Intelligence Communities neither trust nor understand the function of law enforcement Discovery in criminal trials may reveal crucial intelligence secrets g
  20. 20. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 “Despite the police obsession for secrecy, th reasons for not sharing the f thi information crashed into the World Trade Center on September 11 2001” S b 11, Dr Jonathan White, Defending The Homeland
  21. 21. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Suggested Resources for Law Enforcement
  22. 22. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Secure Systems for Sharing RISS has been in operation for approximately 30 years providing services to support the investigative and prosecution efforts of law enforcement and criminal justice agencies. Information sharing resources Analytical services Loan of specialized investigative equipment Confidential funds Training conferences Technical assistance www.riss.net
  23. 23. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Law Enforcement Online (LEO) is an FBI Certified and Accredited information sharing system. LEO supports the FBI s ten priorities by providing cost- e ect e, time-critical at o a alerts and o at o sharing effective, t e c t ca national a e ts a d information s a g to first responders, st espo de s, law enforcement, and antiterrorism and intelligence agencies in support of the Global War on Terrorism. LEO is provided to members of the law enforcement community at no cost to their respective agencies. www.leo.gov
  24. 24. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas
  25. 25. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 (HSIN Next Generation) Provides a secure and trusted national platform for Sensitive p But Unclassified (SBU) information sharing and collaboration between federal, state, local, tribal, territorial, private sector, and international partners. partners HSIN.Helpdesk@dhs.gov p @ g
  26. 26. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Robust email dialogue between IACA members facilitates sharing between all levels of law enforcement Sample Crime Analysis Products
  27. 27. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 http://www.leanalyst.info/ p y Ideal email and networking forum with members around the world. Issues of interest include world training, law enforcement, analytical issues, intelligence, intelligence crime analysis research, training analysis, research opportunities, job vacancies
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  29. 29. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 For agencies who operate a multijurisdictional criminal intelligence system Criminal Intelligence Systems Operating Policies (28 CFR Part 23) Technical Assistance and Training www.iir.com
  30. 30. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 The National Criminal Intelligence Resource Center (NCIRC) Web site, ncirc.gov, serves as a quot;one-stop shop shopquot; for local state tribal and federal law local, state, tribal, enforcement communities to keep up with the latest developments in the field of criminal intelligence. www.iir.com/ncirc
  31. 31. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Recommendations for Certification include IACA and IALEIA (page 6) www.iir.com
  32. 32. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Analytical Investigative Techniques Free CD ROM www.mctft.com
  33. 33. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 The Midwest Counterdrug Training Center's mission is to provide the highest quality training at the lowest possible cost to all those involved in the fight aga st drug t a c g a d substa ce abuse. against d ug trafficking and substance abuse All o ou training is tuition FREE, of our t a g s tu t o , and is available for law enforcement officers, treatment and prevention professionals and community coalition members. On-site courses are conducted at Camp Dodge, Johnston, Iowa, near Des Moines. www.counterdrugtraining.com
  34. 34. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Resources You Can Use
  35. 35. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Free d nl d bl limited ft r includes p k n rd nd Fr downloadable limit d software in l d spoken words and sentences on topics such as at the hotel, at the restaurant, beverages, meeting and greeting, months, numbers, polite conversation, sample food vocabulary, sample verbs, and other topics www.byki.com/fls/
  36. 36. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 http://www.nhac.org/training/CD-HAT.htm http://www nhac org/training/CD-HAT htm
  37. 37. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 National Institute of Justice www.ncjrs.org www ncjrs org 193 pages paperback bk © 1999
  38. 38. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Free products i l d d include: -Intelligence Threat Handbook -Minimizing the Risk of Law Enforcement Mission g Failure -Terrorism Threat Handbook Videos Include: -Applying OPSEC to Criminal Investigations -Through the Eyes of the Adversary: Operations Security for Public Safety Agencies
  39. 39. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 www.ioss.gov www ioss gov
  40. 40. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 This f Thi free web-based training i b b d i i is provided as an introduction to Anacapa’s scheduled and on-site p courses in intelligence analysis. Upon completion of all three training modules you may obtain a modules, certificate of completion. Click on a link below to go to each module. Introduction to Intelligence Analysis Data Collection Tradeoffs Critical Thinking Strategies www.anacapasciences.com
  41. 41. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 www.globalincidentmap.com www globalincidentmap com
  42. 42. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 No tuition no books to buy, tuition, buy no hidden fees It's free ... all of it! Complete courses and tutorials for more than 120 different vocational and academic disciplines free-ed.net/free-ed/ free-ed net/free-ed/
  43. 43. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 The Backup Website - Free CD Training for LE Clandestine Meth Labs Effective Courtroom Testimony Community Policing Patrol Response to Active Shooters Crash Investigations C hI ti ti Crisis Negotiations Grant Writing for Law Enforcement Tactics: P T i Preventing and Responding to S h l Vi l i dR di School Violence Law Enforcement Response to Terrorism (Part 2) www.thebackup.com www thebackup com
  44. 44. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 A free and open educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners around the world ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/index.htm
  45. 45. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Law Enforcement Certificate Course in Terrorism Prevention - Law Enforcement Professionals Version www.preventivestrategies.net www preventivestrategies net
  46. 46. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Improving the Law-Enforcement- Intelligence Community Relationship www.ndic.edu/p ess/p ess.ht www.ndic.edu/press/press.htm
  47. 47. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Out of Bounds: Innovation and Change in Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysis www.ndic.edu/press/press.htm www ndic edu/press/press htm
  48. 48. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 www.inhomelandsecurity.com www inhomelandsecurity com
  49. 49. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Certificate Course in Conflict Analysis y Introductory Course on the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) www.usip.org/training/online www usip org/training/online
  50. 50. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Free instructor-led courses available 24/7 Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2003 Intermediate Microsoft Word 2003 Beginning Microsoft Excel 2003 Creating Macros in Microsoft Excel 2003 Improving Business Communications I i Bi C i ti Pendaflexlearningcenter.com P d fl l i
  51. 51. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Free F service offering access to 47 national libraries of Europe in 20 i ff i t ti l lib i fE p i languages. Provides over 150 million cataloged items (books, maps, recordings, videos, electronic documents). www.theeuropeanlibrary.org
  52. 52. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Drug Law and Analysis Drug Trends Drugs and Abuse Effective Briefing Techniques Financial Crime Flow Charting Intelligence and Analysis Link Analysis Sources of Information Telecommunications Telephone Tolls Analysis http://www.usdoj.gov/ndic/magency.htm#Tuition htt // dj / di / ht #T iti
  53. 53. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Clackamus Community College, Oregon College City, Oregon (distance learning) Accredited 1 semester hour courses on: Intro to Crime, Analysis, Statistics, Intro to Police Intelligence, Criminal Intelligence Analysis, Research Methods, Crime A l i via Link Analysis M th d C i Analysis i Li k A l i Accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges http://dl.clackamas.edu/ http://dl clackamas edu/
  54. 54. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Homeland Security Leadership Development Master's Degree Program M 'D P Executive Education for Tomorrow’s Homeland Security Leaders http://www.hsld.org/public/home.cfm http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/odp/ htt // j dj /d/ About the MA Degree The graduate education curriculum offers a Master of Arts Degree in National Security with a specialization in Homeland Defense.
  55. 55. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Author: Linda Elder and Richard Paul Publisher: F P bli h Foundation d ti for Critical Thinking Copyright: 2003 Pages: 48 Dimensions: 51/4quot; x 8quot; ISBN: 0-944583-19-9 0 944583 19 9 $6.00 http://www.criticalthinking.org/ http://www criticalthinking org/
  56. 56. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Author: Richard Paul and Linda Elder Publisher: F P bli h Foundation f d ti for Critical Thinking Copyright: 2004 Pages: 20 Dimensions: 4quot; x 51/2quot; ISBN: 0-944583-10-5 0 944583 10 5 $4.00 http://www.criticalthinking.org p // gg
  57. 57. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Author: Richard Paul and Linda Elder Publisher: F P bli h Foundation f d ti for Critical Thinking Copyright: 2004 Pages: 48 Dimensions: 51/4quot; x 8quot; ISBN: 0-944583-26-1 0 944583 26 1 $6.00 http://www.criticalthinking.org p // gg
  58. 58. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Michigan State University Master of Science in Criminal Justice An entire degree through long distance technology. Students will be able to complete their degree within two years with no-campus requirements no campus requirements. Courses are offered entirely through the Internet. jonesrad@msu.edu j d@ d http://www.msu.edu/~jonesrad/
  59. 59. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 American Public University American Military University Offers graduate and undergraduate degree and certificate programs to the various Military communities and other interested scholars. Offers Associate of Arts degree programs to students whose learning needs are best met by such programs http://www.apus.edu/APUS/home/APUS/
  60. 60. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration
  61. 61. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Master of f Criminal Justice MET CJ 631 OL - Youth Crime Problems •MET CJ 625 OL - Victimology •MET CJ 632 OL - White Collar Crime •MET CJ 702 OL - Analytical Methods •MET CJ 701 OL - Crime and Punishment •MET CJ 602 OL - Deviant Theory and Behavior •MET CJ 703 OL - Research Methods •MET CJ 650 OL - Terrorism •MET CJ 601 OL - History of Criminal Justice http://www.bu.edu/ h // b d/
  62. 62. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Master of Science in Criminal Justice (M.S.) http://www.aju.edu CJ 526 Prevention and Control of Crime CJ 541 Criminological Theory CJ 546 Criminal Investigation CJ 551 Methodology for Criminal Justice Research CJ 556 Data Analysis Methods CJ 561 Probation, Parole & Community Corrections CJ 601 Proactive Police Management CJ 606 Multicultural Law Enforcement CJ 611 Community Policing and Problem Solving CJ 626 Ethics in Crime and Justice CJ 633 Crisis Negotiations CJ 645 Delinquency in America
  63. 63. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Free Video tapes from the Miami HIDTA Assistance Center Open Source Intelligence and Threat Assessment; Money Laundering, Interrogation & I I i Interview Techniques (8 tapes); C i T hi ) Computer SSecurity, i Principles of Asset Sharing; Hazardous Devices in Contraband Concealment; Surveillance: Foot, Fixed & Aerial; Chemical Time Bombs: Hazards of Clandestine Drug Labs; Advanced Intelligence Analysis; Drug Lab Detection; Methamphetamine Manufactured By Nazi Method; Gangs and Drugs (CD ROM); Investigative Techniques; Organized Crime & Corruption; Responding to Hate Crimes HIDTA ASSISTANCE CENTER, 8401 NW 53rd Terrace, Suite 208 Miami, FL 33166 PH: 305.716.3270 www.nhac.org
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  65. 65. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Analyst Bookshelf
  66. 66. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Michael Ronczkowski 2004 ISBN 0-8493-2012-7
  67. 67. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Marilyn Peterson & LEIU ISBN 0-9706887-0-9
  68. 68. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Dr Mark Lowenthall ISBN 9-781568027593
  69. 69. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Robert Clark CQ Press 2004 ISBN 1-56802-830-X
  70. 70. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Richards Heuer 1999 ISBN 1-929667-00-0
  71. 71. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Steven G ttli b St Gottlieb, Sheldon Arenberg, and Raj Singh ISBN 0-9634773-0-7
  72. 72. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Deborah Osborne & Susan W i k S Wernicke 2003 ISBN 0-7890-1867-3
  73. 73. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Lawrence Sulc, Varro Press, 1996 ISBN 1-888644-74-5
  74. 74. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008
  75. 75. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Marilyn Peterson 1998 ISBN 0-275-96468-X
  76. 76. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Paul Andrews & Marilyn Peterson 1990 ISBN 0-912479-08-8
  77. 77. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Edited by Jerry H Ratcliffe ISBN 1862874905
  78. 78. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Mark Stallo 2004 ISBN 1-59457-134-1
  79. 79. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Walter Laqueur 1993 ISBN 1-56000-594-7
  80. 80. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Berkowitz and Goodwin G di 2000 ISBN 0-300-08011-5
  81. 81. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 Questions?
  82. 82. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008 AMU: dj245@online.apus.edu IALEIA: jimenez@ialeia.org USBP: david jimenez@dhs gov david.jimenez@dhs.gov (915-834-8628) Home: swnmia@juno.com www.IntelligenceIsTheFuture.com “Intelligence….If You’re Not Ahead Of The Threat…You’re Threat You’re Only Reacting To It”
  83. 83. IACA Annual Conference – October 13, 2008

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