By Robert J Girod
''Tradecraft is a time period used in the intelligence group to explain the equipment, practices, and strategies utilized in espionage and clandestine investigations. even if the practitioner is a covert agent for the govt or an id thief and con guy, the equipment, practices, strategies, and methods are frequently a similar and infrequently realized from an analogous resources. complicated legal Investigations and Intelligence Operations: Tradecraft equipment, Practices, strategies, and strategies unearths how intelligence officials and investigators behavior their tradecraft. you are going to methods to plan an operation, tips to construct an identification and canopy tale for deep hide operations, and the way to notice those that have created fake identities for unlawful reasons. you will additionally get perception into the technical points of intelligence (the INTs), counterintelligence, and legal investigations, and felony issues for carrying out intelligence investigations.''--Publisher's website. Read more...
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The need for security clearances became an issue at the end of World War II when the Manhattan Project was transferred to a new entity, the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC). Thousands of civilians were going to be hired, and the newly drafted Atomic Energy Act of 1947 required controls over access to restricted data and nuclear materials. S. S. Department of Defense (DoD) TS clearance and Critical Nuclear Weapon Design Information (CNWDI) designation. DOE clearances are for access specifically relating to atomic- or nuclear-related m aterials (Restricted Data under the Atomic Energy Act of 1954) and are issued to nonmilitary personnel only.
Human Intelligence 19 Evaluation of intelligence data is critical to determining the reliability of sources and information. A standardized system is used to rate the reliability of sources and the accuracy of the information they provide. Information may be relied upon once it is confirmed by other sources. Sources may be neutral, friendly, or hostile and may or may not be aware of their contribution to the collection of information. Human Sources: Interviewing and Interrogation HUMINT operations and activities involve selecting people who may be sources of meaningful HUMINT, positively identifying them, and conducting interviews of various types.
Advanced Criminal Investigations and Intelligence Operations: Tradecraft Methods, Practices, Tactics, and Techniques by Robert J Girod