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Name: Libby Stengel

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Bio: Libby Stengel is a Principal Consultant for the Memex solutions team at SAS, worldwide provider of intelligence management, data integration, search and analysis solutions (www.memex.com). Stengel is a former U.S. Army intelligence officer with four years of active duty, and has served in Iraq working all levels of intelligence including debrief, interrogation, analysis, and also served as a criminal intelligence trainer. She can be reached at Libby.Stengel@Memex.com

Articles written by Libby Stengel

Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) Help All Aspects of Law Enforcement

Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) Help All Aspects of Law Enforcement

By • on March 25, 2011

“That doesn’t look right.”  The phrase is said or thought by law enforcement officers frequently.  Every officer can relate to situations that

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Using the “So What?” factor in analysis

Using the “So What?” factor in analysis

By • on February 16, 2011

I was working as an intelligence analyst for a fusion center early in my intelligence career.  During my daily reading I came across a piece of information

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