Intelligence Analysis and Gang Crimes

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The obsession for secrecy and the reasons for not sharing intelligence at a national level was exposed after the attacks of September 11, 2001. Answer the following questions in your initial response.


Discuss analysis and crime investigative methods that may be used identifying gangs and/or gang activities.


Find one real life example of outlaw motorcycle gangs connection with street gangs using open sources online.


Using the knowledge you have gained from this course describe how intelligence analysis may be used by law enforcement to effectively prevent or reduce gang crime.



Instructions: You must utilize APA 6th edition format in your response. Additionally you need to include at least one (1) referenced source. All forum responses need to be 500 words




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Zero Points Substance (Possible 40 points) Collaboration (Possible 30 points) Beginning Zero points: Student failed to respond to the essay question Developing 25 points: Presentation is unclear; a basic understanding of the topic and issues is not evident; explanation is lacking; segments of the required answer are lacking; sources and supporting facts are not utilized; length requirements may not have been met. Accomplished 30 points: Student’s initial posting did not meet the length requirement; and/or presentation evidences some confusion concerning topics under discussion; analysis may be lacking and/or elements of the question are not answered; support and references may be lacking. Exemplary 35 points: Student answered/addressed most aspects of the question/topic posed in the Forum; initial posting met length requirement; a basic understanding of relevant concepts/theories is demonstrated; relevant sources were located; minimal or no facts/examples were used in support of presentation. Zero points: Student filed none of the required replies. 15 points: Student filed only one of the required replies OR filed the required replies but failed to meet length requirements. 25 points: Student filed the minimum number of replies, meeting the length requirements and evidencing an understanding of the issues under discussion and the views of colleagues. Student failed to respond to specific queries posed to him by colleagues or by the Instructor. Student did not take initiative in advancing the discussion throughout the week. 40 points: Student answered/addressed all aspects of the topic/question posed in the Forum; initial posting met length requirement; analysis of concepts and theories clearly demonstrates superior knowledge and a clear understanding of the topic; relevant and scholarly resources were located and used appropriately; facts and examples are used in support of presentation. 30 points: Student filed all required replies and they met the length requirement; the replies were substantive, thoughtful responses and contributed to the discussion; student exceeded minimum requirements by answering all queries posed to him by others and remained present and actively engaged in the discussion throughout the week; student reached out to draw others into the conversation and drew connections between and among subjects/issues relevant to the discipline. Timeliness (Possible 10 points) Writing (Possible 10 points) Zero points: Student failed to respond to the essay question Citations (Possible 10 points; zero points if citations are missing) Zero points: Student failed to include APA citation and/or references Zero points: Student filed more than two required postings in an untimely manner. 4 points: Writing contains several grammatical, punctuation, and/or spelling errors. Language lacks clarity or includes some use of jargon and /or conversational tone; sentence structure is awkward. 4 points: Citations of reference sources exist; citations apparently correspond to the correct source but do not enable the reader to locate the source. APA 6th edition format not evident. 2 points: Student filed two required postings in an untimely manner. 7 points: Student filed one required posting in an untimely manner. 10 points: Student filed all required postings in a timely manner. 6 points: Student demonstrates consistent and correct use of the rules of grammar usage, punctuation and spelling, with a few errors; there is room for improvement in writing style and organization. 8 points: Student demonstrates consistent and correct use of the rules of grammar usage, punctuation, and spelling. Language is clear and precise throughout all submissions. Sentences display consistently strong, varied structure and organization is excellent. 10 points: Student demonstrates a quality of writing consistent with scholarly works in the relevant discipline; student is facile in the use of subject-matter vocabulary and application of concepts; writing is pleasing to the reader and absolutely error free. 6 points: Attempts to cite reference sources are made, but the reader has difficulty finding the sources; attempts to use APA 6th edition format are evident but poorly executed 8 points: Reference sources are cited as necessary, but some components of the citations are missing and/or APA 6th edition format is faulty in some respects. 10 points: Reference sources relied on by the student are cited appropriately and accurately. No writing of others is left without quotation and/or attribution, as appropriate. APA 6th edition format is used correctly and consistently. ...
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Running Head: INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS AND GANG CRIMES

Intelligence Analysis and Gang Crimes
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INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS AND GANG CRIMES

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Intelligence Analysis and Gang Crimes
Government institutions often fail in sharing intelligence data due to an obsession of
secrecy and other hidden motives. According to Moritz College of Law (2014), National
Security Agency could have stopped the 9/11 attacks had it shared and acted on intelligence data
about Al Qaeda operatives. High-level secrecy of security is the reason that 9/11 was thus
evident. This paper will discuss intelligence analysis with while at the same time focusing on
criminal gangs.
Identifying gangs
Crime analysis involves identification of criminal data and its relationship with other
demographics data with an aim of prosecution of the gu...

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