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Koseli, Mutlu, The Appropriate Use of Human Intelligence in Combating
Terrorism. Master of Science (Criminal Justice), August 2003, 93 pp., references, 111
When we looked at different issues in terrorism such as definitions, descriptions
and motivations, groups and supporters, tactics, strategies, and victims of terrorists and
terrorist activities, we see that terrorism is an issue that can be occur at anytime, and in
any place, and it seems that terrorism threat will still be exist in the future. It is almost
impossible to stop all terrorist activities all over the world, but it is possible to formulate
an anti terrorism policy that can keep terrorist activities at a minimum level and prevent
planned terror activities by a well developed intelligence network. It seems that to
establish a good intelligence collection system an approach in which HUMINT and
TECHINT are interdependent with each other is necessary. By using a combination of
human and technical intelligence collection methods, intelligence agencies can become
more effective and efficient against terrorism.
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