Intelligence-vital information about persons and phenomena that would do us harm-has been used to great effect by the Law Enforcement community for many years to support operations and ensure public safety. Human source development tradecraft, technical collection techniques, analytic methodologies and tools, and information sharing policies and systems have been a mainstay of law enforcement operations for many years. Globalization and the decline of the nation state have given rise to new adversaries, many of which resemble shadowy criminal-like networks that use technology to operate across national boundaries and threaten both national security and public safety. Can't We All Just Get Along? Improving the Law Enforcement-Intelligence Community Relationship is a powerful and thoughtful compendium that explores law enforcement intelligence techniques and their utility for the National Intelligence Community, as well as proven Intelligence Community methodologies and their potential application for law enforcement intelligence operations. Most importantly, the compendium eloquently reminds us that it is the "soft stuff"-culture, training, trust-that presents the greatest challenge to achieving a partnership between Law Enforcement and the Intelligence Community that the threat demands and our citizens deserve.
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This is a good book and is available for FREE download from the National Defense Intelligence College Press at www.NDIC.edu