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Tag: OPEN SOURCE INTELLIGENCE

Showing Stories from 22nd July 2013 to 27th October 2021
(18/09/14) Digital investigation: Forces face uphill struggle
OSINT Tips: How to identify a prostitution problem

OSINT Tips: How to identify a prostitution problem

(06/01/14) Neil Smith (pictured) explains how officers can use review websites to establish if there is a prostitution problem in their force area.

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OSINT Tips: The importance of newspaper databases

OSINT Tips: The importance of newspaper databases

(23/12/13) In a series of tips about how to use open source intelligence for crime investigations, Neil Smith urges officers to consider the vital intelligence contained in newspaper databases.

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(09/12/13) OSINT Tips: Investigative information and social media (11/11/13) OSINT Tips: Hidden intelligence in basic online searches (28/10/13) OSINT Tips: The benefits of hidden document data
OSINT Tips: The goldmine of public information systems

OSINT Tips: The goldmine of public information systems

(16/09/13) In a series of tips about how to use open source intelligence for crime investigation, Neil Smith says why some publically accessible records, including the electoral roll, are better than police intelligence systems.

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(02/09/13) OSINT Tips: The hidden world of domain websites (19/08/13) OSINT Tips: Investigative importance of company information (05/08/13) OSINT Tips: Officers privacy is paramount (22/07/13) OSINT Tips: The investigative benefit of anonymisers
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