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Abstract The intelligence cycle is the process of developing unrefined data into polished intelligence for the use of policymakers. The intelligence cycle consists of six steps: collection, evaluation, collating, analyzing, re-evaluating, and dissemination. Under the analysis portion of this cycle is where the conversion of raw information into intelligence takes place. It includes integrating, evaluating, and analyzing available data, and preparing intelligence products. The informations reliability, soundness, and significance are evaluated and weighed (F, 2010). The information is logically combined, put in context, and used to produce intelligence. This includes both "raw" and finished intelligence. Raw intelligence is often referred to as "the dots" individual pieces of...