Assignment OverviewWith so many intelligence agencies in the United States, one wonders how we as a Nation can operate and coordinate to gather Intelligence efficiently. The National Intelligence Strategy (NIS) comes from the Office of Director of National Intelligence (DNI). Its mission objectives are straightforward:Strategic IntelligenceAnticipatory IntelligenceCurrent OperationsCyber IntelligenceCounterterrorismCounterproliferationCounterintelligenceYour required readings cover all aspects of intelligence and how agencies coordinate. A good start for orienting yourself is to visit the website of Director of National Intelligence: https://www.dni.gov/index.phpLaw Enforcement and IntelligenceThe law enforcement intelligence function has essentially two broad purposes:1. Prevention involves gaining or developing information related to threats of terrorism or crime and using it to apprehend offenders, harden targets, and use strategies that will eliminate or mitigate the threat. Two generally accepted types of intelligence are specifically oriented toward prevention:a. Tactical Intelligence. Actionable intelligence about imminent or near-term threats that is disseminated to the line functions of a law enforcement agency for purposes of developing and implementing preventive, and/or mitigating, response plans and activities.b. Operational Intelligence. Actionable intelligence about long-term threats that is used to develop and implement preventive responses. Most commonly, operational intelligence is used for long-term inquiries into suspected criminal enterprises and complex multijurisdictional criminality.2. Planning and resource allocation provides information to decision-makers about the changing nature of threats, the characteristics and methodologies of threats, and emerging threat idiosyncrasies for the purpose of developing response strategies and reallocating resources, as necessary, to accomplish effective prevention.This is known as strategic intelligence. It provides an assessment of the changing threat picture to the management of a law enforcement agency for purposes of developing plans and allocating resources to meet the demands of emerging threats.Read more about law enforcement and intelligence from https://fas.org/irp/agency/doj/lei.pdfCase Assignment:1. Explain the relationship between intelligence and policy.2. Anticipatory Intelligence: Read about it in The National Intelligence Strategy of the United States of America.a. Explain in your own words, Anticipatory Intelligence.b. Using North Korea as an example, explain how Anticipatory Intelligence can be used.