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Central Intelligence Agency

Running Head: THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 1 The Central Intelligence Agency A Review of its History Jontrey Goff Wharton County Junior College Author Note This paper was prepared for Criminal Justice 1301, 10:00 a.m., taught by Dr. Clark. THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 2 The Central Intelligence Agency A Review of its History The Central Intelligence Agency, also known as the CIA, was founded by President Harry S. Truman in...

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Government Agencies

Independent regulatory commissions are essentially boards and agencies with ties to the government, but entirely separate from the policy making process in order to achieve unbiased information and effective results. They are formed and given power by Congress to regulate a specific industry. Within specific authority granted by Congress, these regulatory commissions have the power to form and enforce their own regulations upon industry. Agencies like the FCC (Federal Communications commission) were created...

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Signals Intelligence and United States

National Security Agency/Central Security Service The National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) was established in November 1952 to provide a cryptologic organization for the civilian and military leaders of the United States and to provide them with timely information. The National Security Agency (NSA) coordinates, directs, and performs highly specialized activities to produce foreign intelligence information and protect United States information systems through two main missions...

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Intelligence Failure

that may lead the intelligence failures to occur. Through discovering various materials, I find out that the failures are commonly caused by a combination of internal and external errors. Before discussing some reasons for the error, we need to understand the nature of intelligence work. The work is an outcome of team effort, as it consist a series of human endeavours, therefore it cannot be completely accurate. In fact, the intelligence failure could cause an intelligence agency or government to...

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The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act: Analysis, Pros and Cons

THE FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE SURVEILLANCE ACT: ANALYSIS, PROS AND CONS INTRODUCTION The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) is an Act of Congress passed in 1978 and signed by the then President Jimmy Carter. The Act stipulates the procedures to be followed when obtaining intelligence from foreign powers and agents of foreign powers both physically and electronically. The Act has been amended severally. In 2001, it was amended to involve groups and terrorist organizations not supported by foreign...

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Digital Crime

Smith February 27, 2012 The purpose of this paper is to explain the existing challenges that result from the independent nature of federal agencies, as well as the other factors that are common to each of them and discuss how the U.S. could align these efforts to better protect the nation against digital crimes and terrorism. The National Security Agency (NSA) aims to use social media and improved data sharing as part of an enhanced strategy to fight organized crime in the United States and abroad...

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Historian and included contributions from 11 agencies including the Central Intelligence Agency, the Justice Department and the Defence Department. 4. Skin Cancers Squamous Cell Carcinoma presents as a firm irregular fleshy growth usually on sun exposed skin. 5. Cheap HIV drugs under threat as New Delhi impose patent restrictions The days of cheap treatments for millions of aids patients around the world are coming to an end, health agencies warned last week, after the Indian parliament...

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Essay on The Department of Homeland security

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was established by this act of parliament: Homeland security Act of 2002. It was created to consolidate the US executive branch agencies linked to the security of the homeland, into a one cabinet department. It resulted into partnership of 22 agencies into one new and autonomous department. After the investigations of 9/11, the republican government under the presidency of George W. Bush came up with measures to solve the shortcomings of national security...

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assessment by American intelligence agencies released Monday concludes that Iran halted its nuclear weapons program in 2003 and that the program remains frozen, contradicting a judgment two years ago that Tehran was working relentlessly toward building a nuclear bomb. The conclusions of the new assessment are likely to reshape the final year of the Bush administration, which has made halting Iran’s nuclear program a cornerstone of its foreign policy. The assessment, a National Intelligence Estimate that...

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Issues Facing Police Departments in Todays Society

service is under increasing pressure to demonstrate they are more financially efficient. Without necessarily creating advocating mergers or one national force, many of the proposed cuts and savings could be effectively delivered by smarter volume central purchasing arrangements and sharing of resources”, resources; “of 143,000 warranted officers, only 11% are at any one time visibly policing the streets” which in my opinion is a major problem when trying to control crime in high crime areas, crime...

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