ITRR Alerts
** 24 July 2012: TAMC announces a new product: the Mexican Narco-Journal. Please contact us for details. ** 22 July 2012: TAMC has intercepted threats by Fatah Al-Islam against Hindus and Buddhists. * 22 July 2012: TAMC has identified a new audiotape threat against the West from Al-Qaeda in Iraq. ** 21 July 2012: TAMC is providing information on disruptive activities expected in Oakland, CA. * 20 July 2012: TAMC has received multiple communications from various sources indicating the increased potential of terror activity by the jihadist terror group, Al Shabaab. ** 18 July 2012: TAMC has intercepted renewed threats being discussed in jihadist forums regarding their intention to continue attacks against Western and Israeli targets. * 17 July 2012: ITRR and the Counter Agro Terrorism Research Center announce a strategic relationship in the effort to combat the threat of terrorism aimed at the world's agricultural and food supply chain. ** 17 July 2012: TAMC is providing guidance on renewed threats issued against European states by the commander of the jihadist Ansar al-Din group operating in northern Mali. ** 17 July 2012: TAMC has intercepted calls for demonstrations outside of Saudi embassies in North Africa and Europe demanding the release of prisoners. ** 15 July 2012: TAMC has identified jihadi threats of suicide bombings and various other attacks in Yemen from an all-female Al-Qaeda cell.
Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Intelligence Workshops


This hands-on, executive level Workshop helps law enforcement and security officers understand and apply emerging intelligence requirements and cutting-edge operations to successfully conduct counter-terror and criminal intelligence activities.

The Workshop will provide skills for overcoming legal and information limitations and for improving operational implementation throughout intelligence and law enforcement communities.

Focusing on practical implementation, the Workshop provides a strong introduction to methodologies of collection, processing and analysis.

The Workshop is designed to enable the participant to utilize the Israeli experiences of ITRR Subject Matter Experts. It also shows how these requirements can be practically achieved at the federal, state, and local levels in terms of operations (e.g. information sharing mechanisms and intelligence fusion centers) and technology implementations.

The participant examines the processes of information sharing, intelligence and warning, cross-organization collaboration, and intelligence dissemination. The operational (people and processes), systems (networked infrastructure) and technical (standards and technologies) perspectives of the Homeland Security intelligence architecture are descrigbed. Discussions will include future directions of emerging threats and the development of technologies to support Homeland Security.

The Workshop provides an overview of Intelligence gathering and countermeasures. It covers strategic and tactical intelligence as it is understood by the Israeli Intelligence specialist from the civil and the Law Enforcement communities, and it covers the broad issues involved with Competititve Intelligence and countermeasures.

Topics covered during the intense week long training inside Israel, the US, and/or anywhere else in the world, includes:

HUMINT - The Human Side of Intelligence

  • Open sources of information including newspapers, magazines, commercial news clipping services, court transcripts and filings, libraries, and public records.
  • The clandestine sources will analyze the history and current use of undercover agents, their recruitment, training, management, evaluation and control.
  • Verification of information is necessary to assure its accuracy, then distribution to organizations that can make use of it.
  • Undercover activity: Building and adapting a cover, Protection against undercover operators.
  • Operative actions: Covert searches + information gathering from target obtaining documents.
  • Recruitment and "running" of operatives: Finding the candidate, Recruiting him, Running him.


  • Covert vs. Overt Surveillance
  • Types of Surveillance
  • Observation - day/night, quiet/crowded area, urban/suburban area
  • Operational disguises and make-up
  • Communication, Surveillance Technology
  • Detection, through systematic methods of conducting a physical search, electronic countermeasures and nullification
  • Counter surveillance
  • Behavioral profiling, Indications and warning signs
  • Computer intelligence collection and security
  • Surveillance Detection concepts and methods
  • Imminent Phase intelligence gathering

ITRR Offices

P.O. Box 56555
Philadelphia, PA 19111

P.O. Box 18356
Jerusalem 91182, Israel

Emergency Contact Information

 877.217.9033Toll Free
 215.922.1080Philadelphia, PA
 202.657.6072Washington, DC
 +972.2.571.1526 Jerusalem
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