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Brian Boyd is a 30-plus year professional intelligence analyst and counter terrorism specialist. He is a former Green Beret, and was part of the leadership of the Joint Special Operations Command which oversees the Special Forces, Seal Team 6 and the then Delta Force. He is also the founder of the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts, former Senior Analyst at the DEA, founder of the Intelligence Analysis Division of the Joint Special Operations Command, and served in the Departments of Defense, Justice & Treasury. You may have seen Brian on recent radio and TV discussing intelligence and counter terrorism matters.
On this episode, Brian explains why intelligence gathering is crucial to preventing riots and in helping police prevent uprisings before they occur. We delve into the relations between communities and law enforcement. Brian provides specific examples of how officers in the field can better improve relations with the public and shows where recent riots could have been been quelled more quickly and safely or even prevented in the 1st place using a more unconventional approach to community policing and proper information analysis before incidents began.
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