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National Defense Intelligence College Educing Information Interrogation: Science and Art Foundations for the Future Phase 1 Report Intelligence Science Board
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EDUCING INFORMATION Interrogation: Science and Art Foundations for the Future Intelligence Science Board Phase 1 Report NDIC PRESS C e n t e r f o r S t r a t e g i c I n t e l l i g e n c e R e s e a r c h National Defense Intelligence College Washington, DC December 2006 The views expressed in this book are those of the authors and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of Defense, the National Foreign Intelligence Community or the U.S. Government
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The National Defense Intelligence College supports and encourages re- search on intelligence issues that distills lessons and improves Intelligence Community capabilities for policy-level and operational consumers Educing Information: Interrogation: Science and Art—Foundations for the Future, Intelligence Science Board. The National Defense Intelligence College is pleased to present this work of the Intelligence Science Board on Educing Information. “Educing information” refers to information elicitation and strategic debriefing as well as to interrogation. Essays were prepared with the guidance of Dr. Robert Fein and other Board advisors. Works by authors who were employees of the Department of Defense when the essays were first created were reviewed and cleared for unrestricted public release by the Department of Defense’s Office of Security Review. This book has benefited from reviews by authoritative professionals in government and academia. The College appreciates the editorial contributions made by those reviewers, and especially the detailed comments by Margaret S. McDonald of the Mitre Corporation. The Foreword and Commentaries included in the book were invited by the editor and are not part of the Intelligence Science Board Report itself. [email protected] , Editor and Director Center for Strategic Intelligence Research National Defense Intelligence College Library of Congress Control Number 2006932276 ISBN 1-932946-17-9
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Intelligence Science Board Study on Educing Information Phase 1 Advisors Robert A. Fein, Ph.D. Chair of the Study and Member, Intelligence Science Board Paul Lehner, Ph.D. Senior Study Team Member, MITRE Corporation Bryan Vossekuil Senior Study Team Member, Counterintelligence Field Activity Members of Government Experts Committee on Educing Information David Becker Defense Intelligence Agency John Berglund Department of Homeland Security Brian Boetig Federal Bureau of Investigation Michael Gelles, Psy.D Naval Criminal Investigative Service Michael Kremlacek U.S. Army Intelligence Robert McFadden Counterintelligence Field Activity C.A. Morgan III, M.D. Intelligence Technology Innovation Center Kenneth Rollins, Ph.D. Joint Personnel Recovery Agency Scott Shumate, Psy.D. Counterintelligence Field Activity Andre Simons Federal Bureau of Investigation John Wahlquist National Defense Intelligence College
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