Police Intelligence Operations

 

Publication Title:                   Police Intelligence Operations
Publication/revision date:    21 JUL 2006
Field Manual:                        FM 3-19.50
   Supersedes:                      none
Distribution Restriction:       Approved for public release, distribution unlimited (public domain manuals)

Contents:
PREFACE .............................................................................................................iv
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION................................................................................................ 1-1
Background ........................................................................................................ 1-1
Role of Police Intelligence Operations ...............................................................1-1
Development of an Effective Police Intelligence Operations Network ...............1-6
Common Police Intelligence Operations Definitions .......................................... 1-7
Application of Police Intelligence Operations ..................................................... 1-7
Army Law Enforcement Policy ...........................................................................1-8
Chapter 2 LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND CONSIDERATIONS ............................................ 2-1
Executive Order 12333....................................................................................... 2-1
Department of Defense Directive 5200.27 ......................................................... 2-2
Army Regulation 190-45..................................................................................... 2-3
Army Regulation 195-1....................................................................................... 2-4
Army Regulation 195-2....................................................................................... 2-4
Army Regulation 380-13..................................................................................... 2-4
Army Regulation 381-10..................................................................................... 2-4
Army Regulation 525-13..................................................................................... 2-5
Criminal Investigations Division Regulation 195-1 ............................................. 2-6
Department of Defense Directive 2000.12 and Department of Defense
Instruction 2000.16 ............................................................................................. 2-7
USA Patriot Act................................................................................................... 2-7
Status of Forces Agreements and International Law ......................................... 2-8
Chapter 3 POLICE INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS AS EMERGING DOCTRINE...........3-1
Effective Police Intelligence Operations Development ...................................... 3-1
Command Staff Process .................................................................................... 3-1
Police Information Collection Process................................................................3-7
Reconnaissance and Surveillance .....................................................................3-9
Chapter 4 THE CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE PROCESS IN SUPPORT OF POLICE
INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS.........................................................................4-1
Criminal Intelligence Process .............................................................................4-1
Databases...........................................................................................................4-7
Centralized Criminal Intelligence Analytical Support Element and Database ....4-7
Police Records Management..............................................................................4-9
Chapter 5 POLICE INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS IN URBAN OPERATIONS ..............5-1
Urban Threats .....................................................................................................5-1
Army Law Enforcement in Urban Operations .....................................................5-3
Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield in Urban Operations..........................5-3
Urban Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance .....................................5-4
Chapter 6 POLICE INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS ON INSTALLATIONS......................6-1
Responsibilities of the Installation Management Agency ...................................6-1
Authority to Conduct Police Intelligence Operations ..........................................6-1
Management of Police Intelligence Operations on Installations.........................6-2
Chapter 7 POLICE INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS NETWORKING................................7-1
Nontactical Networks..........................................................................................7-1
Tactical Networks................................................................................................7-2
Defining Network Participants.............................................................................7-2
Forums and Threat Working Groups ..................................................................7-4
Appendix A INTEGRATING POLICE INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS PLANNING
IN THE MILITARY DECISION-MAKING PROCESS........................................A-1
Appendix B SAMPLE CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE PRODUCTS ........................................ B-1
Appendix C SAMPLE POLICE INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS CHEKLIST......................C-1
Appendix D TACTICAL QUESTIONING...............................................................................D-1
Appendix E QUESTION TO ASK DETAINEES....................................................................E-1
Appendix F DEBRIEFING AND/OR AFTER-ACTION REVIEWS.........................................F-1
Appendix G SOURCES .........................................................................................................G-1
GLOSSARY.......................................................................................... Glossary-1
REFERENCES.................................................................................. References-1
INDEX......................................................................................................... Index-1
Figures
Figure 1-1. Information Sharing Through PIO .................................................................1-8
Figure 3-1. Command Staff Process ...............................................................................3-2
Figure 3-2. Police Information and CRIMINT Products Input into the Intelligence
Process.........................................................................................................3-3
Figure 3-3. Police Information Collection Process...........................................................3-6
Figure 3-4. SALUTE Report.............................................................................................3-9
Figure 4-1. CRIMINT Process..........................................................................................4-2
Figure 4-2. Police Intelligence Process Model................................................................4-5
Figure 4-3. Sample of Planning for and Execution of PIO Functions..............................4-8
Figure 6-1. US Army Installation Threat and Crime Model ............................................. 6-3
Figure 7-1. Nontactical PIO Network...............................................................................7-2
Figure 7-2. Tactical PIO Network ....................................................................................7-3
Figure 7-3. Organizational Chart .....................................................................................7-4
Figure A-1. MDMP...........................................................................................................A-1
Figure A-2. PIO Criminal Dimension and the MDMP...................................................... A-5
Figure B-1. BOLO Alert ...................................................................................................B-2
Figure B-2. Sample of an Open-Source Intelligence Daily Report..................................B-2
Figure B-3. Sample of a US Postal Inspection Wanted Poster.......................................B-6
Figure B-4. Sample of an FBI Wanted Poster.................................................................B-7
Figure B-5. Link Analysis Chart.......................................................................................B-8
Figure C-1. Sample PIO Checklist..................................................................................C-1
Tables
Table 1-1. Primary Intelligence Tasks............................................................................. 1-3
 

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