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Us Army Conops Police Intelligence 2009 Justification Military and Police Co-Operations

Us Army Conops Police Intelligence 2009 Justification Military and Police Co-Operations

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Published by AxXiom
Every American should read this. Don't be fooled. This starts out talking about everything learned from operations in foreign theater of war-but skip ahead to page 25 or so. The lessons learned at war is just a prelude to how they are working to apply what they learned in war, at home.
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The Law Enforcement Professional Program (LEPP) Lcurrently being implemented in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom combined with the employment of biometrics and forensic capabilities on the battlefield has validated the importance of police intelligence driven operations to support the military decision making and targeting processes across all levels of warfare. PG 6

PURPOSE pg2
This CONOPS establishes a broad approach to define the process and effect of P)O capabilities across full spectrum operations offense, defense, stability, civil support it describes the use of police information collection, police engagement, criminal intelligence, and criminal investigations in support of mane...

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Wikileaks says;
The document presents a 60 page For Official Use Only intelligence manual from the US Army's Military Police School. Among other matters, the document reveals that the US Army is using structuring tricks to work around intelligence oversight rules that would normally prevent domestic spying and hoarding of data on anti-war protesters (bolding by WikiLeaks):

A CONUS [Continental United States] based PIO [military Police Intelligence Operations] network that is integrated with local, county, regional, state and federal, law enforcement entities will ensure a federated approach to enable a unified effort for defense support to civil authorities...[including] data exchange...[and the] production of [travel] blacklists...

An [intelligence] fusion cell located within the garrison staff provides a unique service that can address the complexities of the threat to a military community and installation and be an asset to the garrison and local civilian community. It has the ability to work closely with multiple local, federal, and DoD agencies. It does not have constraints that are emplaced on MI [Military Intelligence] activities within the US, because it operates under the auspice and oversight of the police discipline and standards. At the garrison level, the fusion cell is static (non‐deploying) which provides a level of continuity that allows for in‐depth institutional knowledge of threat, physical and social environs, as well as long‐term relationships with local and federal law enforcement agencies. A garrison fusion cell can also be a flexible analytical cell that can grow to form focused, ad hoc, threat‐specific cells to address, prevent or react to a specific hazard.

From wikileaks http://tinyurl.com/n2zh8h
Every American should read this. Don't be fooled. This starts out talking about everything learned from operations in foreign theater of war-but skip ahead to page 25 or so. The lessons learned at war is just a prelude to how they are working to apply what they learned in war, at home.
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The Law Enforcement Professional Program (LEPP) Lcurrently being implemented in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom combined with the employment of biometrics and forensic capabilities on the battlefield has validated the importance of police intelligence driven operations to support the military decision making and targeting processes across all levels of warfare. PG 6

PURPOSE pg2
This CONOPS establishes a broad approach to define the process and effect of P)O capabilities across full spectrum operations offense, defense, stability, civil support it describes the use of police information collection, police engagement, criminal intelligence, and criminal investigations in support of mane...

____________________
Wikileaks says;
The document presents a 60 page For Official Use Only intelligence manual from the US Army's Military Police School. Among other matters, the document reveals that the US Army is using structuring tricks to work around intelligence oversight rules that would normally prevent domestic spying and hoarding of data on anti-war protesters (bolding by WikiLeaks):

A CONUS [Continental United States] based PIO [military Police Intelligence Operations] network that is integrated with local, county, regional, state and federal, law enforcement entities will ensure a federated approach to enable a unified effort for defense support to civil authorities...[including] data exchange...[and the] production of [travel] blacklists...

An [intelligence] fusion cell located within the garrison staff provides a unique service that can address the complexities of the threat to a military community and installation and be an asset to the garrison and local civilian community. It has the ability to work closely with multiple local, federal, and DoD agencies. It does not have constraints that are emplaced on MI [Military Intelligence] activities within the US, because it operates under the auspice and oversight of the police discipline and standards. At the garrison level, the fusion cell is static (non‐deploying) which provides a level of continuity that allows for in‐depth institutional knowledge of threat, physical and social environs, as well as long‐term relationships with local and federal law enforcement agencies. A garrison fusion cell can also be a flexible analytical cell that can grow to form focused, ad hoc, threat‐specific cells to address, prevent or react to a specific hazard.

From wikileaks http://tinyurl.com/n2zh8h

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