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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I What is “INTELLIGENCE” Module 1 Summary – Chapter 1
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Objectives What is INTELLIGENCE? Why have intelligence agencies? What is intelligence about? Key Terms Intelligence Mirror imaging Politicized intelligence
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I What is INTELLIGENCE? Intelligence is a subset of the broader category of information. All intelligence is information; not all information is intelligence The entire process (identified, obtained, and analyzed) respond to the policy maker
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Why have intelligence agencies? Avoid strategic surprise Japanese attack on Peril Harbor Track threats, forces, events, and developments capable of endangering the nation’s existence Tactical surprise smaller in magnitude (i.e. 9/11)
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Why have intelligence agencies? Provide long-term expertise
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