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•Map Reconnaissance – it may not sufficient but it can produce a certain amount of usable information•Research - much info can be acquired through research •Prior Information – your unit and of the unit will have file report that they may provide you with info•Hearsay –info usually gain by the person operating in the area and performing casing job
OBSERVATION AND DECRIPTION (ODEX)Observation – a complete and accurate observation by an individual of his surroundings an encompasses the use of all the major sense to register and recognized its operational or Intel significance Description – the actual and factual reporting of one’s observation of he reported sensory experience recounted by another
ELICITATION It is a system or plan whereby information of intelligence value is obtained through the process direct intercommunication in which one or more of he parties to the common is unaware of the specific purpose of the conservation. The three phases are determination of the mission, selection of the subject, and accomplishment of the mission. Two Devices in the conduct of ElicitationApproach – process of setting people to start talkingProbe – to keep the people taking incessantly
Example of Approach:Teacher – Pupil Approach – the subject is treated as an authority then solicit his view point and opinion on a subject matter.Good Samaritan Approach – is the sincere and valid offers of help and assistance are made to the subject
PORTRAIT PARLE (P/P)It is a means of using descriptive terms in relation to the personal features of an individual and it can be briefly described as a word description or a spoken picture. (Anthropometry - no two human beings has the same body measurement)
BACKGROUND CHECKS AND INVESTIGATION(BI- PSI or CBI)Information needed:•Domestic Background •Personal Habit •Business History•Social or Business Associates•Medical History•Educational Background•Family History
TACTICAL INTERROGATIONThe need for obtaining information of the highest degree of credibility taken on the minimum of time can be through interrogation which varies and dependent entirely on the situation.
Types of Interrogation •Screening- usually accomplished as soon as after capture, apprehension or arrest of an interrogee. The objective is to obtain background information about the interrogee and determine his area of knowledge and ability.•Formal Interrogation (Detailed)–the systematic attempt to exploit to an appropriate depth those areas of the interrogee’s knowledge, which have been identified in the screening process•Debriefing– a form of eliciting information, which is generally used when the area of intellectual capability of the interrogee is known. Maximum use of the narrative and not try to trap the person being debriefed with leading question. The debriefer/interrogator must be familiar with the subject in which the interrogation is being conducted.