Interrogation Intelligence and Security

This book will be of particualr interest to security professionals, academics and members of the public interested in the torture debate, intelligence, the military, counter-insurgency, counter-terrorisk, foreign policy and law enforcement.

Author: Samantha Newbery

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0719091489

Category: Political Science

Page: 226

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Examines the origins and effects of the use of interrogation techniques known as the 'five techniques'. Through its in-depth analysis, the book reveals how British forces came to use such controversial methods in counter-insurgency, counter-terrorism and internal security contexts. This book will be of particualr interest to security professionals, academics and members of the public interested in the torture debate, intelligence, the military, counter-insurgency, counter-terrorisk, foreign policy and law enforcement. -- P. [4] of cover.

Field Manual on Intelligence Interrogations

... facsimile ICF Intelligence Contingency Fund Feb February ICPR initial
common point of reference FEBA forward edge of the battle area I&E
interrogation and exploitation fis foreign intelligence and security JEW
intelligence and electronic ...

Author: Barry Leonard

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 1437932460


Page: 170

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Contents of this U.S. Army Field Manual: (1) Military Intelligence Missions and Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield; (2) Composition and Structure; (3) The Interrogation Process; (4) Processing and Exploiting Captured Enemy Documents. Appendices: (A): Uniform Code of Military Justice Extract; (B) Questioning Guides; (C) S2 Tactical Questioning Guide and Battlefield Exploitation of Captured Enemy Documents and Equipment; (D) Protected Persons Rights Versus Security Needs; (E) Reports; (F) Command Language Program; (G) Individual and Collective Training. Glossary. Charts and tables.

Intelligence and International Security

59 On interrogation, intelligence and ill-treatment in Northern Ireland in the early
1970s, see Samantha Newbery, Bob Brecher, Philippe Sands and Brian Stewart,
'Interrogation, Intelligence and the Issue of Human Rights', Intelligence and ...

Author: Len Scott

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317965515

Category: History

Page: 184

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The events of 9/11 and subsequent acts of jihadist terrorism, together with the failures of intelligence agencies over Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction, have arguably heralded a new age of intelligence. For some this takes the form of a crisis of legitimacy. For others the threat of cataclysmic terrorism involving chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear attack gives added poignancy to the academic contention that intelligence failure is inevitable. Many of the challenges facing intelligence appear to be both new and deeply worrying. In response, intelligence has clearly taken on new forms and new agendas. How these various developments are viewed depends upon the historical, normative and political frameworks in which they are analysed. This book addresses fundamental questions arising in this new age. The central aim of the collection is to identify key issues and questions and subject them to interrogation from different methodological perspectives using internationally acclaimed experts in the field. A key focus in the collection is on British and North American perspectives. Recent trends and debates about the organisation and conduct of intelligence provide key themes for exploration. Underpinning several contributions is the recognition that intelligence faces a conflict of ideas as much as practices and threats. This book was published as a special issue of Intelligence and National Security.

U S Army Intelligence and Interrogation Handbook

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operations friendly force information requirement foreign humanitarian
assistance Foreign Intelligence Security Service search, seize, segregate,
safeguard, and silence ...

Author: Department of the Army

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1628739266

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 384

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The U.S. Army Intelligence and Interrogation Handbook provides doctrinal guidance, techniques, and procedures governing the use of interrogators as human intelligence collection agents in support of a commander’s intelligence needs. It outlines the interrogator’s role within the greater intelligence effort as well as the unit’s day-to-day operations, and includes details on how interrogators accomplish their assigned missions. This handbook is intended for use by interrogators as well as commanders, staff officers, and military intelligence personnel charged with conducting interrogations, and applies to operations at all levels of conflict intensity, including conditions involving the use of electronic warfare or nuclear, biological, or chemical weapons. The U.S. Army Intelligence and Interrogation Handbook builds upon existing doctrine and moves interrogation into the twenty-first century within the constraints of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and the Geneva Conventions. Principles, guidelines, and topics covered include: The definition of interrogation Interrogator capabilities and limitations Warfighting doctrine The intelligence cycle, and its disciplines and operations Amphibious and airborne operations The interrogation process Exploiting captured enemy documents A tactical questioning guide And many more tactics and techniques used by the U.S. Army!

The 1984 Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services

Version 2 : In the vocational certificate category , 12 semester hours in police
interrogation , police intelligence , or police ... Instruction : Organization , mission ,
and functions of the U.S. Army Security Agency ; terminology and cryptography of

Author: American Council on Education



Category: Military education


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Interrogation of Detainees

... to limit the use of certain interrogation techniques against security detainees by
members of the intelligence community. One measure proposed in several
pieces of legislation would have required the CIA to use only those interrogation

Author: Michael John Garcia

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 1437928056


Page: 16

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U.S. treatment of enemy combatants and terrorist suspects captured in Afghanistan, Iraq, and other locations has been a subject of debate, incl. whether such treatment complies with U.S. statutes and treaties. Congress approved additional guidelines concerning the treatment of detainees via the Detainee Treatment Act (DTA). Among other things, the DTA contains provisions that: (1) require DoD personnel to employ U.S. Army Field Manual guidelines while interrogating detainees; and (2) prohibit the ¿cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment of persons under the detention, custody, or control of the U.S. Gov¿t.¿ This report discusses provisions of the DTA concerning standards for the interrogation and treatment of detainees.

Interrogation Nation

Known initially as the Office for the Security of the Federal Army (Amt für die
Sicherheit der Bundeswehr), the Military Counterintelligence Service formally
came into existence in 1956 alongside the army and the Foreign Intelligence
Service ...

Author: Keith R. Allen

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1538101521

Category: History

Page: 310

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This groundbreaking book explores the treatment of the millions of refugees and tens of thousands of spies that flooded Germany after World War II. Drawing on newly declassified espionage files, Keith R. Allen uncovers long-hidden interrogation systems that were developed by Germany’s western occupiers to protect internal security and gather intelligence about the Soviet Union. He shows how vetting in the name of public order brought foreign intelligence officials into practically every venue, from train stations to corporate boardrooms to private dwellings, in postwar West Germany. At the heart of efforts to extract insights were extensive, personalized efforts by law enforcement and security officials to manipulate desires and emotions involving dearest family members, closest friends, and trusted colleagues. Linking personal narratives of those interrogated to the international context of postwar politics, Allen reveals a compelling world inhabited by spies and refugees. Allen's study illuminates the places, personalities, and practices of refugee interrogation in one of Europe’s most successful postwar states. As calls for intense scrutiny of refugees have grown dramatically, Allen illustrates how decisions to shortchange the rights of migrants in periods of heightened ideological and military tension may contribute to long-term threats to personal liberties and the rule of law.

Intelligence and Security Services Thailand U

Mutual distrust is again taking its toll of the Royal Thai Government ( RTG )
intelligence capability . ( 5 ) The Communist Suppression Operations
Directorate's Interrogation Center has improved its capability considerably since
its formation .




Category: Intelligence service


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Sharing the Secret

The latter also had a historical, core skill that did not exist in the Royal Signals –
Security and counter-intelligence. ... The Joint Services Interrogation Wing and its
training compound, that doubled as a wartime Combined Services Detailed ...

Author: Nicholas van der Bijl

Publisher: Pen and Sword

ISBN: 1473831768

Category: History

Page: 256

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While written under the auspices of the Trustees of the Military Intelligence Museum, Sharing the Secret is not an academic regimental history. Rather it gives a privileged glimpse into a necessarily publicity-shy organization that has been deeply involved in military intelligence operations since its inception in 1940 through to 2010. Understandably, little has been written about the Corps' work for Official Secret reasons.The development of Field Security and Protective Security and measures taken to protect the Army for espionage, sabotage, subversion and terrorism in peace and war are examined. These tasks were particularly important during the de-Nazification of Germany during the aftermath of the Second World War. Field Security led to the successful arrest of leading Nazis, including Himmler and Doenitz.The author, who served in the Corps for over 20 years and saw active service in Northern Ireland and the Falklands, gives fascinating examples of differing Intelligence techniques in action. These include the exploitation of Imagery Interpretation, Human Intelligence, including the interrogation of prisoners of war, the examination of enemy documents and the deployment of Signals Intelligence so that commanders have enough information to fight the battles. The support the Intelligence Corps gave to the Special Operations Executive during the Second World War is well covered, as are examples of Special Duties since 1945.The reader will appreciate that, as with any work relating to national intelligence and security, Sharing the Secret has been written under the restrictions of the era. That said, it provides a long-overdue insight into the contribution of members of the Intelligence Corps over seventy years of war and peace.As featured in Burnham & Highbridge News

The Ethics of Interrogation

More significantly, the interrogation measures we adopt define who we are as a
society. ... by maintaining national security, and we have an obligation not to
reduce fellow human beings to nonhuman status, ... Suppose we turn to the
techniques set out in Army Field Manual (PM) 34-52, the 1992 army document
that spells out guidelines for “intelligence interrogation,” and to the ten EITs that
the classified ...

Author: Paul Lauritzen

Publisher: Georgetown University Press

ISBN: 1589019733


Page: 385

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Can harsh interrogation techniques and torture ever be morally justified for a nation at war or under the threat of imminent attack? This book explores this question. Lauritzne takes on ethical debates about counterterrorism techniques that are increasingly central to US foreign policy and discusses the ramifications for the future of interrogation.

Multilevel Regulation of Military and Security Contractors

... maintenance and operation of weapons systems; prisoner detention and
interrogation; intelligence; and advice to or training of local forces and security
personnel. Other entities too, including international organisations, NGOs and
business ...

Author: Christine Bakker

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1847318991

Category: Law

Page: 664

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The outsourcing of military and security services is the object of intense legal debate. States employ private military and security companies (PMSCs) to perform functions previously exercised by regular armed forces, and increasingly international organisations, NGOs and business corporations do the same to provide security, particularly in crisis situations. Much of the public attention on PMSCs has been in response to incidents in which PMSC employees have been accused of violating international humanitarian law. Therefore initiatives have been launched to introduce uniform international standards amidst what is currently very uneven national regulation. This book analyses and discusses the interplay between international, European, and domestic regulatory measures in the field of PMSCs. It presents a comprehensive assessment of the existing domestic legislation in EU Member States and relevant Third States, and identifies implications for future international regulation. The book also addresses the crucial questions whether and how the EU can potentially play a more active future role in the regulation of PMSCs to ensure compliance with human rights and international humanitarian law.

Foundations of Homeland Security

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Article. 3. a. Pursuant to theauthorityofthe ... interprets themeaningandapplication
ofthetextof Common Article 3 with respect tocertaindetentions and interrogations,

Author: Martin J. Alperen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470934609

Category: Political Science

Page: 376

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This book is the complete guide to understanding the structure of homeland security – its underlying law and policy. Created from a broad and in depth, yet edited collection of statutes, policy papers, presidential directives, and other documents, it cultivates a detailed understanding of the foundations of homeland security. It is arranged in a topic-by-topic format structured to include only the documents and statues that affect a particular subject, making for much easier understanding. Thus, the chapter on FEMA contains only the portions of the statutes and other documents that relate to FEMA. There are twenty-five topic areas. It contains hundreds of end notes, references, and suggestions for further study. This book offers important legal guidance that students, law enforcement officers, lawyers, and other homeland security professionals need to accurately interpret, understand, and apply homeland security policy. The Introduction provides an in-depth overview of the subject of homeland security and includes a discussion of what is homeland security, definitions of homeland security and terrorism, what is homeland security law, its development, and what is a homeland security curriculum. There are contributing chapters about homeland security in Europe, and homeland security in China and Japan.

Interrogation in War and Conflict

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War Heather Jones The use of prisoners of ... intelligence during the War:new
histories of MI5and MI6 pointtothe First World Waras the period when British
security ...

Author: Christopher Andrew

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134703457

Category: Political Science

Page: 304

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This edited volume offers a comparative and interdisciplinary analysis of interrogation and questioning in war and conflict in the twentieth century. Despite the current public interest and its military importance, interrogation and questioning in conflict is still a largely under-researched theme. This volume’s methodological thrust is to select historical case studies ranging in time from the Great War to the conflicts in former Yugoslavia, and including the Second World War, decolonization, the Cold War, the ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland and international justice cases in The Hague, each of which raises interdisciplinary issues about the role of interrogation. These case-studies were selected because they resurface previously unexplored sources on the topic, or revisit known cases which allow us to analyse the role of interrogation and questioning in intelligence, security and military operations. Written by a group of experts from a range of disciplines including history, intelligence, psychology, law and human rights, Interrogation in War and Conflict provides a study of the main turning points in interrogation and questioning in twentieth-century conflicts, over a wide geographical area. The collection also looks at issues such as the extent of the use of harsh techniques, the value of interrogation to military intelligence, security and international justice, the development of interrogation as a separate profession in intelligence, as well as the relationship between interrogation and questioning and wider society. This book will be of much interest to students of intelligence studies, strategic studies, counter-terrorism, international justice, history and IR in general.

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U.N. Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading
Treatment or Punishment, Article 2(2) Torture Under Interrogation: Military
Intelligence, General Intelligence, and Preventive Security Services Detainees
who undergo ...


Publisher: Human Rights Watch




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Essentials of Strategic Intelligence

28 However, in August 2008 the High Court found that this interrogation was
unlawful and ruled that MI5 “continued to ... The Intelligence and Security
Committee investigates the policy and, indeed, the implementation of the policy
by the ...

Author: Loch K. Johnson

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1440832285

Category: Political Science

Page: 498

View: 574

A highly valuable resource for students of intelligence studies, strategy and security, and foreign policy, this volume provides readers with an accessible and comprehensive exploration of U.S. espionage activities that addresses both the practical and ethical implications that attend the art and science of spying. • Provides a comprehensive, up-to-date examination of all aspects of intelligence by experts in the field, from collection-and-analysis and counterintelligence to covert action and accountability • Probes into how the United States' intelligence agencies attempt to protect the nation from cyberattacks by foreign nations and terrorist groups—and documents the successes and failures • Documents the involvement of the National Security Agency (NSA) in bulk "metadata" collection of information on the telephone records and social media communications of American citizens • Examines the effects that have resulted from major leaks in the U.S. government, from Wikileaks to the NSA Snowden leaks

Israel the Occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip and the Palestinian Authority Territories

U.N. Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading
Treatment or Punishment, Article 2(2) Torture Under Interrogation: Military
Intelligence, General Intelligence, and Preventive Security Services Detainees
who undergo ...


Publisher: Human Rights Watch




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POW MIA Issues The Korean War

122 All reports of espionage activity were to be forwarded to the G - 2 Security
Division of the Department of the Army under the title of “ RECAP - WW . ” The
RECAP - K intelligence and security interrogations , which were not intended to ...

Author: Paul M. Cole

Publisher: Rand Corporation

ISBN: 9780833014825

Category: History

Page: 284

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This volume addresses American prisoners of war (POW) and missing in action (MIA) cases who were not repatriated following the Korean War, with particular emphasis on whether any American servicemen were transferred to USSR territory during the war.

Torture Report

Committee Study of Central Intelligence Agency's Detention and Interrogation
Program Senate Select Committee on ... Obama's National Security Transition
Team on the value of the CIA's “Renditions, Detentions, and Interrogations (RDI).

Author: Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

Publisher: eStar Books


Category: Biography & Autobiography


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The full unabridged controversial summary put out by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence! This explosive report is over 500 pages long, including a Foreward by Diane Feinstein, Executive Summary , Findings and Conclusions. This report includes many shocking details including deaths of people who were in custody, “enhanced interrogation techniques” that were torture and the fact that some of the people were innocent! This edition is a full and unabridged (excluding the officially redacted parts), and contains content that is not suitable for minors! Please note: this edition is not designed for use on smaller devices, Kindle Fire or larger screen sizes are recommended! We have done our best to not alter this report in any way which has resulted in a large file size and need for bigger devices.

Stalin s Secret War

7707th Military Intelligence Service Center . ... Operational Methods of Security
Units of the Red Army . ... Seventh Army Interrogation Center , Notes on the Red
Army — Intelligence and Security : Interrogation and Assessment on P / W ...

Author: Robert W. Stephan



Category: History

Page: 349

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An animated adaptation of the story of the same title by Maurice Sendak in which a small boy makes a visit to the land of the wild things. Tells how he tames the creatures and returns home. For primary grades.

Social Physchological Needs and Involuntary Behavior as Illustrated by Compliance in Interrogations

from the majority of transcripts on each “ intelligence interrogation situation " the
subject had experienced . ... nature and security significance of statements
prisoner reports having made to interrogator ; prisoner ' s reports of his overt
behavior ...


Publisher: Ardent Media




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