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Criminal Intelligence Analysis.

Text II.

			1      			Criminal Intelligence Analysis (sometimes called
        			Crime Analysis) has been recognized by law enforcement as
        			a useful support tool for over twenty-five years and is
			4      successfully used within the international community. Within
        			the last decade, the role and position of Criminal Intelligence
        			Analysis in the global law enforcement community has
			7      fundamentally changed. Whereas previously there were a few
        			key countries acting as forerunners and promoters of the
        			discipline, more and more countries have implemented
			10    analytical techniques within their police forces. International
        			organizations, such as INTERPOL, Europol and the
        			International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
			13    (ICTY), all have Criminal Intelligence Analysts among their
        			personnel. The techniques are also widely used within private
        			sector organizations.
			16    			There are many definitions of Criminal Intelligence
        			Analysis in use throughout the world. The one definition
        			agreed in June 1992 by an international group of twelve
			19    European INTERPOL member countries and subsequently
        			adopted by other countries is as follows: 'The identification of
        			and provision of insight into the relationship between crime
			22    data and other potentially relevant data with a view to police
        			and judicial practice'.
        					The central task of Analysis is to help officials — law
			25    enforcers, policy makers, and decision makers — deal more
        			effectively with uncertainty, to provide timely warning of
        			threats, and to support operational activity by analysing crime.
			28    			Criminal Intelligence Analysis is divided into
        			operational (or tactical) and strategic analysis. The basic skills
        			required are similar, and the difference lies in the level of
			31    detail and the type of client to whom the products are aimed.
        			Operational Analysis aims to achieve a specific law
        			enforcement outcome. This might be arrests, seizure or
			34    forfeiture of assets or money gained from criminal activities,
        			or the disruption of a criminal group. Operational Analysis
        			usually has a more immediate benefit. Strategic Analysis is
			37    intended to inform higher level decision making and the
        			benefits are realized over the longer term. It is usually aimed
        			at managers and policy-makers rather than individual
			40    investigators. The intention is to provide early warning of
        			threats and to support senior decision-makers in setting
        			priorities to prepare their organizations to be able to deal with
			43    emerging criminal issues. This might mean allocating
        			resources to different areas of crime, increased training in a
        			crime fighting technique, or taking steps to close a loophole in
			46    a process.
        					Both disciplines make use of a range of analytical
        			techniques and Analysts need to have a range of skills and
			49    attributes.

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About operational and strategic analysis, mark the correct alternative:

Resposta errada

Operational analysis aim is also to avoid small mistakes in a process.

Resposta errada

Operational analysis is closer to policy-makers than strategic analysis.

Resposta correta

Strategic analysis also aims to anticipate answers to the emergence of new types of crime.

Resposta errada

Strategic analysis work is supposed to be noticed immediately

Resposta errada

Strategic analysis deals mainly with personal investigation.


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