“Intelligence Collection is an excellent choice for both students and the intelligence community. It is well organized, follows a logical approach, and systematically covers each aspect of intelligence collection.”
“This book will add tremendously to the study of intelligence, as it lays out the sources of intelligence in a very logical sequence, and in a very easily understandable format.”
“Robert Clark has developed a text with a comprehensive survey and taxonomy of the myriad disciplines within intelligence collection. He usefully places these in the framework of structure, function, and process. This workman-like approach will be helpful to students new to this subject.”
“I like the extensive use of anecdotal examples, based on actual situations. Each topic’s explicit examples provide significant interest as you read through the text.”
A very good text in every respect. The text covers all aspects of intelligence including HUMINT, SIGINT and GOEINT. It offers a depth of analysis, with a range of details including the practical collection of intelligence, as well as the strengths and limitations of the methods of intelligence collection.
The text is easy to understand, and is displayed in a clear and concise layout.
There is an opportunity for more depth of detail, however, on the whole, the text provides a great introductory text, ideal for any course, exploring aspects of intelligence collection, making it an excellent source of 'introductory level' information in intelligence collection.
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What I like is the modern crime intelligence approach.