Intelligence Library


IALEIA is committed to identifying useful publications for our library. You may find useful products within these links; and we will continue to grow
our reference bibliography below to point new analysts in the right direction to learn more about the craft.

Analytic Toolkit
Building an Intelligence Unit
Critical Thinking
Industry Standards
Intelligence Cycle
Policing and Intelligence
Sample Assessments


Bibliography


Bayer, Michael (2010).The Blue Planet: Informal International Police Networks and National Intelligence.

Carter, David L. (2009). Law Enforcement Intelligence: A Guide for State, Local, and Tribal Law Enforcement Agencies (2nd Ed.).

Christenson, Timothy (2008). Improving the Law-Enforcement-Intelligence Community Relationship.

Commission of Inquiry (2007). Terrorism, Intelligence, & Law Enforcement: Canada's Response to Sikh Terrorism.

Dixon, Tony. Scottish Centre For Intelligence & Training (2003). Intelligence Management Model For Europe.

Dorn, Shelagh, and Lafayette Group (2009). New York State Intelligence Center Fusion Center Training Strategy Development: Guidelines and Recommendations
for Fusion Center Intelligence Analysts and Personnel

Europol (2009). EU 2009 Organised Crime Threat Assessment.

Europol (2009). TE-SAT 2009: EU Terrorism Situation and Trend Report.

Gibbons and Katzenbach (June 2006). Confronting Confinement.

Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative (2005). Fusion Center Guidelines: Developing and Sharing Information and Intelligence in a New World.
 
Grabo, Cynthia (2002). Anticipating Surprise: Analysis for Strategic Warning.
 
Green, Prioleau (2008). An Analysis of the Requirements and Potential Opportunities for the Future Education of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts.

Guschov, Tara & Victor Wild (2003). Mock Trial: Good Testimony vs Bad Testimony.

Hatfield, E.L.(2008). Finding Leaders: Preparing the Intelligence Community for Succession Management.

Heuer, Richards J. Jr (1999). The Psychology of Intelligence Analysis

IACP. Police Chief Magazine; vol. 72, no. 6. Palmieri, Lisa. Information Vs.Intelligence: What Police Executives Need to Know

IACP. Police Chief Magazine; vol. LXXVII, no. 8. Defeating Complacency (Shelagh Dorn).

IACP. Police Chief Magazine. Johnson, Bart, and Shelagh Dorn. Fusion Centers: New York State Intelligence Strategy Unifies Law Enforcement.

IALEIA (October 2004). Law Enforcement Analytic Standards.

IALEIA (January 2005). Intelligence Led Policing-Getting Started.

IALEIA (September 1997). ILP: International Perspectives.

IALEIA (September 1997). Guidelines for Starting an Analytic Unit.

IALEIA (October 1996). Successful Law Enforcement Using Analytic Methods.

IALEIA (December 1999). Intelligence Models and Best Practices.

Interagency Threat Assessment and Coordination Group. ITACG First Responder Guide 2011.

Kelly, Mary Louise (May 7, 2007). Intelligence Community Unites for 'Analysis 101'.

Krizan, Lisa (1999). Intelligence Essentials for Everyone.

Manzi, Merle (2008). Law Enforcement Intelligence Training: A Mission-Critical Element of Domestic Security.
 
Marrin, Steven (2005). Intelligence Analysis: Turning a Craft Into a Profession.
 
Mennecke, Brian, Roche, Edward M., Bray, David A., Konsynski, Benn, Lester, John, Rowe, Michael and Townsend, Anthony M. (2007). Second Life and Other Virtual Worlds: A Roadmap for Research 28th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).

Moore, David (2007). Critical Thinking and Intelligence Analysis.

National Policing Improvement Agency (UK). Practice Advice on Analysis.

Northern California Regional Public Safety Training Authority (July 2010). IFCAT Magazine, volume 1-1.

Office of the Director of National Intelligence, US - ppt. (2009). ODNI Analyst Core Competency Framework.

Osborne, Deborah (2001). Four Position Papers on the Role of the Crime Analyst in Policing.

Osborne, Deborah (2006). Out of Bounds: Innovation and Change in Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysis.

Roche, Edward. Virtual Worlds and the Intelligence Community: Op-Ed.

Swenson, Russell (2003). Bringing Intelligence About: Practitioners Reflecton Best Practices.

Thornlow, Christopher (2005). Fusing Intelligence With Law Enforcement Information: An Analytic Imperative.

Treverton, Gregory (2002). Intelligence, Law Enforcement, & Homeland Security.

UK National Intelligence Model. (http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publications/)

US Department of Justice, Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative (June 2010). Common Competencies for State, Local, and Tribal Intelligence Analysts.

US Department of Justice, Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative (2006). Analyst Toolbox.

US Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General (May 2008). The Drug Enforcement Administration's Use of Intelligence Analysts.
 

ONLINE RESOURCES

AFIO's Guide to the Study of Intelligence

i-Intelligence Publications

National Defense Intelligence College Publications

Global Resource Library National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan

Institute for Intergovernmental Research, Global Justice Publications & Resources

Naval Postgraduate School: Homeland Security Digital Library

SEARCH public safety and law enforcement links Publications
 

TO PURCHASE

Peterson, Marilyn (Managing Editor), Bob Morehouse, and Richard Wright, Editors. IALEIA/LEIU Joint Publication. Intelligence 2000: Revising the Basic Elements. Please contact Christy Taylor at admin@ialeia.org for ordering information.

Roche, Edward (2009). Virtual Worlds, Real Terrorism.

Westphal, Christopher (2008). Data Mining for Intelligence, Fraud & Criminal Detection.
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