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Civic Coding and You – Apply for the Code for America Fellowship

July 29, 2013 by

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Dave and I have sat in a room – this was recently – watching a college-educated woman at a desk with two computers, and two keyboards. She was typing information from one into the other because the two systems didn’t talk to one another. The data she was moving had to do with dangerous fugitives. […]

BigEye: Meta’s Superb Daily OSINT Roundup

June 1, 2012 by

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There are lots of great compendia of OSINT out there for law enforcement, some of which we’ve mentioned in these pages before.  One outstanding publication which has been around since 2006 is BigEye News Compilation, a free service from Meta Enterprises, LLC. Some of my favorite daily OSINT reads include the Daily Open Source Critical Infrastructure Report […]

OSINT, Search Tools & Search Tip Roundup

July 19, 2011 by

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Over the past two weeks – in fact since March – we’ve been talking a lot about search, specifically how law enforcement and analysts can use open sources to enhance their understanding of a given issue or target. This article is a roundup, and some new stuff to help cops and analysts search for things. […]

More Search-fu for Intelligence and Law Enforcement from Eric Olson

July 18, 2011 by

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I read a piece on Police Led Intelligence this morning talking about more effective use of online search engines for police officers (great post!). Nick’s right – many in the Law Enforcement and Intelligence communities can do even more than they are by learning more about how search engines work, but there’s a second part to […]

To Predict and Serve: Predictive Intelligence Analysis, Part II

July 6, 2011 by

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In Part I of this two part article, Sgt Christopher Fulcher discussed the need for predictive intelligence analysis. In Part II, he gives some specific examples, tips and guidelines. If you would like to contribute non-commercial content in your area of expertise to Police Led Intelligence, please let us know. In 2006, the Memphis Police […]

Social Media Search Tips for Cops & Law Enforcement Analysts

July 1, 2011 by

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Yesterday I posted to the IACA list a link to Kurrently, a real-time search engine for Facebook and Twitter, and I was really surprised at the number of people who emailed me off-list saying that they’d been looking for something like this for a long time. This makes me realize that it’s time we listed […]