Intelligence Report Criminal Justice. You (the student) are Commander of the Western District in Big City, USA. Additionally, you receive-d the murder crime statistics (See the attached Table 1 – Western District Murder Chart for 2018) from your LE intelligence analyst for your statistics but you are not satisfie-d with what you were provide-d.
In your position as Commander of the Western District you have decided to direct your LE intelligence section to provide a much more comprehensive report. Also you (the student) are going to write a requirement directive (like a memorandum) to the LE intelligence analyst section to provide more information. However, your directive to the analyst section should cover at least eight issues covered during the past three weeks in class. Also asking the right questions, Partnerships, Written and oral communications, LE databases, Use of intelligence. Problem solving, US Constitution, Law enforcement, Privacy, Release agreements. Vetting information, Intelligence failures, Fusion center, Intelligence outcomes, Information sharing, Analysis.
The directive to the LE intelligence analysts should include the following. Also Identify the potential value of this current information from an intelligence and LE perspective. Identify additional information (collection and research requirements) that you need for this report to help in your decision making for resource allocation and conducting operations. Also The directive should state which specific Federal, State and local LE resources, databases, internet sites and organizations. Also the analysts should consider researching to gather information. Explain in the directive that various type of security, legal or privacy obstacles they may encounter in trying to get this information. This requirements directive should include the questions you want answered and type of analysis you expect.
Paper must be double space-d, 11 or 12 pt font and 1” margins all around. All APA 7th edition format requirements must be followe-d (cover page, in text citations, reference page). Refer to APA/UMGC – learning resources found in the content page of this course. You must have resources to support your thoughts/opinions/information. These must be cited both in text as well as at the end of the document. Your paper should not contain direct quotes, sourced material must be paraphrased.