Professional Service Award for Most Significant Contribution to the Literature of Law Enforcement Intelligence, International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts This annotated bibliography cites some 1,600 monographs published from 1868 to 1990, with the main body of works being published in the 1970s and 1980s. Prunckun also includes a special section on computer software that can be used by law enforcement agencies to develop or upgrade their intelligence capability. Each of five main chapters addresses a specific area of the intelligence continuum: intelligence organizations, intelligence acquisition, counterintelligence, intelligence support, and research and analysis. With a detailed table of contents, an overview of the state of the art of law enforcement intelligence, subject index, and name index, and lists of intelligence libraries, of intelligence associations, and of journals of exceptional value to intelligence researchers.
Henry W. Prunckun, Jr. (B.Sc.; A.Sc.; postgraduate Diploma, Flinders University, South Australia), an intelligence analyst with the Australian National Crime Authority, has published numerous articles on the use of intelligence in law enforcement and on criminology, as well as Information Security: A Practical Handbook on Business Counterintelligence (Thomas, 1989).