By Robert J Girod

''Tradecraft is a time period used in the intelligence group to explain the tools, practices, and strategies utilized in espionage and clandestine investigations. even if the practitioner is a covert agent for the govt or an id thief and con guy, the equipment, practices, strategies, and strategies are usually a similar and infrequently discovered from an identical resources. complicated legal Investigations and Intelligence Read more...

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Clandestine HUMINT (HUMan INTelligence) involves obtaining information (using human intelligence methods) that is considered secret or confidential without the permission of the holder of the information. HUMINT includes a wide range of espionage operations, including the use of spy-professional assets or agents who collect intelligence, couriers who handle secure communications, access agents who arrange contacts between potential spies, and case officers who recruit them. Sometimes, the recruiter continues to supervise the recruited agent, but sometimes, the asset may be handed off to a different handler or case officer.

For example, words useful and specific to the military, intelligence, law, law enforcement, public safety, medicine, science, technology, politics, etc. will help round out your vocabulary. Slang words, common expressions, and local dialects will also be useful as you expand your vocabulary. Danger Words Danger words and profanity may indicate danger, hostility, or an imminent threat. It is important to know these indicators of danger, as well as how to Human Intelligence 35 tell someone that you are in danger or having an emergency.

Human Intelligence Key verbs (commonly used): • • • • • • • • • • • (To) come, go, do, happen, can (able to) Work, buy, sell, make Eat, drink, rest, sleep, play Have, need, want, desire, get (obtain), choose, gather, decide Give, take, put (place), borrow, lend, owe, promise, rent, use, cost, send, receive Understand, think, believe, know, read, write, learn, study, teach, ask, answer See, watch, look, listen, touch, hear, smell, taste Break, repair, fix, wash, clean, burn, hit Live, die, worry, fear, laugh, cry, dream, try, join, won Enter, exit, find, lose, hide, find Stop, stay, walk, run, ride, hurry, drive, fly, sail, fall, get up Conjunctions: and, or, but, however, if, nor, with, unless, until, before, although, as, since, therefore, because, whether, in order that, as soon as, as long as, now that, etc.

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