Handbook: Criminal Justice Responses to Terrorism

09 Justice, 09 Terrorism, 10 Transnational Crime, Law Enforcement, Law Enforcement, Non-Governmental
Full Source Online

Issued April 2009 by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

Law Enforcement Archive on Public Intelligence (1992-2006)

Law Enforcement
Archives 1992-2006
Archives 1992-2006

2004

US

Law Enforcement Steele Keynote Presentation to Texas Law Enforcement Conference

2004

US

Law Enforcement Steele DHS: The Future of Intelligence (not secret, not federal, not expensive)

2003

UK

Law Enforcement Edwards OSINT at Scotland Yard (Slides)

2003

UK

Law Enforcement Edwards OSINT at Scotland Yard (Text)

2000

UK

Law Enforcement Crow International Open Source Realities in Law Enforcement

2000

UK

Law Enforcement Edwards Information Overload (Slides)

2000

UK

Law Enforcement Edwards Information Overload (Text)

2000

UK

Law Enforcement Edwards Information Overload (Viewgraphs)

2000

BE

Law Enforcement George OSINT in the Belgian Gendarme

2000

EUROPOL

Law Enforcement Mulschlegel OSINT in EUROPOL

1999

UK

Law Enforcement Edwards Scotland Yard OSINT (Text)

1999

BE

Law Enforcement Lejeune INTERPOL OSINT

1999

US

Law Enforcement OSS Sample Daily Briefing on Transnational Crime

1999

US

Law Enforcement OSS Transnational Crime Web Sites

1999

CA

Law Enforcement Schnittker RCMP Lessons Learned in OSINT

1999

EUROPOL

Law Enforcement Storbeck OSINT: Foundation for Regional Cooperation in Crime-Fighting

1998

IT

Law Enforcement Cucuzza Globalization: Consequences and Risks

1998

US

Law Enforcement FBI Innocent Images: Child Pornography & Sexual Exploitation Online

1998

UK

Law Enforcement Fry OSINT & Law Enforcement: Learning Curves & Pain Barriers

1998

US

Law Enforcement Rodriguez Jr. The Internet and Missing Children: Summary of Video

1998

US

Law Enforcement Steele OSINT: Orientation for Law Enforcement Professionals

1997

UN

Law Enforcement IALEIA Intelligence-Led Policing: International Perspectives

1997

US

Law Enforcement Peterson & Dolan OSINT in Fighting Transnational Crime: Obstacles and Solutions

1997

US

Law Enforcement Steele Open Source Intelligence and the War on Drugs

1996

US

Law Enforcement Campen (NDIC) Open Source Connection and Processing in Support of Law Enforcement

1996

US

Law Enforcement Cascallar (FBI) Foreign Language Operational and Training Issues for Law Enforcement

1996

US

Law Enforcement Lodge (FINCEN) OSINT Measures Against Financial Crime Targets

1996

AU

Law Enforcement Roger (QJC) Open Source Strategies for Law Enforcement

1995

US

Law Enforcement Campen National Drug Intelligence Center (NDIC), NDIC Open Source Summary

1995

US

Law Enforcement Farwell Brain Fingerprinting (Article)

1995

US

Law Enforcement Farwell Brain Fingerprinting (Patent)

1995

US

Law Enforcement Oehler NPC: Intelligence Support to Domestic and Translational Law Enforcement

1995

US

Law Enforcement Schneider The Criminal Intelligence Function: Toward a Model

1995

CA

Law Enforcement Schnittker Open Sources in the Criminal Intelligence Program of the RCMP (Slides)

1995

CA

Law Enforcement Schnittker Open Sources in the Criminal Intelligence Program of the RCMP (Text)

1995

US

Law Enforcement Smith Critical Comments on the US IC Approach to OSINT

1994

US

Law Enforcement Steele Recommended Reading About Hackers

1994

US

Law Enforcement Steele Talking Points About Hackers

1992

US

Law Enforcement Holden-Rhodes Open Source Intelligence in the War on Drugs

2004 Kaplan (US) The Saudi Connection: How billions in oil money spawned a global terror network

09 Terrorism, Government, Historic Contributions, Law Enforcement, Media
David Kaplan
David Kaplan

GOLDEN CANDLE AWARD: Mr. David Kaplan

OSS ’04: To Mr. David Kaplan, for his extraordinary exploitation of legal and ethical sources of information in the pursuit of investigative journalism on behalf of U.S. News & World Report.  His studies of North Korean government corruption and of Saudi Arabian government sponsorship of terrorism, represent the best practices in his field.

Today he is Editorial Director for the Center for Public Integrity, one of our Righeous Sites (click on Cover Photo to go to the Center).   In addition to overseeing the Center’s editorial work, he serves as director of its International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.

Below is the core story as he told it personally at OSS ’04.

David Kaplan
David Kaplan

2004 Seagrave (US/FR) Interview with Sterling and Peggy Seagrave on Gold Warriors: America’s Secret Recovery of Yamashita’s Gold

Cultural Intelligence, Government, Historic Contributions, Law Enforcement
Sterling and Peggy Seagrave
Sterling and Peggy Seagrave

We met the authors at their Knight Templar fortress overlooking a southern French bay, where they are in voluntary exile.  What they have revealed about the US theft of the gold stolen by Japen from China, and the subsequent use of that gold to bribe both US Presidents and foreign government leaders, is quite intriguing–precisely the kind of information the public needs to know.

Below is the written record of their DVD interview as shown at OSS ’04.

Sterling & Peggy Seagrave
Sterling & Peggy Seagrave

We strongly recommend their books on the corrupt Taiwanese government (Chang Kai Skek was a warlord and crime lord to the end of his days) but for our concerns about the integrity of the Wall Street-White House axis of secrecy, we particularly recommend Gold Warriors, below.

Earth-Shattering, Faith-Shaking, Well-Documented Deceit, September 25, 2003

Sterling & Peggy Seagrave
Sterling & Peggy Seagrave

Few realize that China (the one China, the People’s Republic of China) did NOT sign the San Francisco treaty and has NOT given up the right to demand reparations of both the Japanese and of the United States of America.  By rights, most of the gold the USA took out of the Philippines–and all of the cultural treasures stolen by the Japanese from China–are the legitimate historical property of China, and we anticipate that “truth and reconciliation” will one day bring the above book center stage again.

2003 Copeland (US) Is the “New Terrorism” Really New? An Analysis of the New Paradigm for Terrorism

09 Terrorism, Civil Society, Historic Contributions, Law Enforcement
Tom Copeland
Tom Copeland

2003 Edwards (UK) Open Source Intelligence Gathering Within the UK Police National Intelligence Model (NIM)

Historic Contributions, Law Enforcement

Steve Edwards
Steve Edwards

PLATINUM LIFETIME AWARD Detective Steve Edwards, MBE, UK

Detective Steve Edwards, Member of the British Empire, has been the foremost law enforcement pioneer in the field of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), and it is with heartfelt admiration that we applaud his recent recognition by the Queen of England.  His gentle, self-effacing, sober appreciation of the nuances of crime, private sector offerings, and government needs for innovation have enabled him to bring disparate personalities and capabilities together in a  most effective manner.

Steve Edwards is one of two individuals to have received Royal Honours for their accomplishments in the Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) field.

Below are the slides and text from his presentation to OSS ’03.

Steve Edwards Slides
Steve Edwards Slides
Steve Edwards Text
Steve Edwards Text

2001 Dziedzic (US) Information Technology as a Catalyst for Civil-Military Unity of Effort: The Kosovo Test Case

Civil Society, Historic Contributions, Law Enforcement, Military, Peace Intelligence
Dziedzic
USIP Bio Page

Col Michael J. Dziedzic is one of those very rare officers of such intelligence and integrity that he was able to run against the grain for years, focusing on the vital importance of civil-military operations other than war (OOTW) that were “buried” by a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who said (we are not making this up), “Real men don’t do OOTW.”  Of course the Defense Science Board Report on Transitions to and From Hostilities (December 2004) and the current Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, say otherwise.  Principle co-author with Ambassador Bob Oakley of Policing the New World Disorder, still the seminal work in the field, this is an officer, along with Colonel Ferd Irizzary, whom we hope to see earn multiple promotions as we all realize that a multinational multifunctional Earth Rescue Network is a non-negotiable first step to “getting a grip.”  We hold this officer in the very highest esteem.

IT Civil-Military
IT Civil-Military

2001 Godson (US) Governments and Gangs

10 Transnational Crime, Government, Historic Contributions, Law Enforcement
Roy Godson
Roy Godson

DR. ROY GODSON was elected president of the National Strategy Information Center in 1993. He is also professor of government at Georgetown University  His focus on the nexus between organized criminal gangs and corrupt governments will remain a critical factor in devising sustainable global strategies for creating a prosperous world at peace.  He is also gifted at communicating the variations of intellectual understanding of strategy–his co-editd book, Security Studies in the 21st Century, remains seminal.  Below is his contribution OSS ’01.

Roy Godson
Roy Godson

2000 George (BE) Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Developments: A Belgian Situation Report

Historic Contributions, Law Enforcement
Patrick George
Patrick George

2000 Mulschlegel (EU) EUROPOL’s Open Sources & Documentation Unit

Historic Contributions, Law Enforcement
Frans Mulschledgel
Frans Mulschledgel