Thursday, March 11, 2010

Guide to Sources of Information for Intelligence Officers, Analysts, and Investigators

The "Guide to Sources of Information for Intelligence Officers, Analysts, and Investigators" is compiled from multiple and various open sources. The information found in the guide was obtained from the organizations listed herein or from other open sources (i.e. Internet) and may not have been fully validated.

This guide is not intended to be an exhaustive compilation of all sources of information available to intelligence officers, analysts, and investigators. There are many other sources of valuable information that may be useful for intelligence, analytical, and investigative purposes. The specific sources of information identified in the guide exemplify the types of information available, and that which may have proven useful in the past.

The inclusion of specific products or services should not be viewed as an endorsement by any agency, organization, or person.

As a user of this guide, you should be aware that, in many cases, information and sources we cite may be privileged or restricted and, therefore, you will need to apply for accounts or access to the specific systems, and databases listed.

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