Attached are all of the materials needed to complete the written Intelligence Assessment. YOU ARE NOT TO CONDUCT ANY ADDITIONAL RESEARCH AND YOU CANNOT CITE ANY DOCUMENTS BESIDES THESE 3 DOCUMENTS AND THE 2 LINKS TO THE PROVIDED WEBSITES IN YOUR ASSESSMENTS! The final document (Paper Example) is an example of what your Intelligence Assessment should ultimately resemble (your topic is completely different then the example topic though). Alex Jones Victim Incident Report.docx CHS Report.docx Dan Smith Complaint.docx https://www.dni.gov/nctc/groups/hizballah.html (Links to an external site.) https://www.refworld.org/docid/5bcf1f45108.html (Links to an external site.) Paper Example.docx Write the Intelligence Assessment as if you are submitting the product to policymakers within the criminal justice agency that you work for. You are to assume that the policymakers know little to nothing about the group/organization/threat you are writing about. Your Intelligence Assessment should include a Summary section (that includes your thesis), a Substantiation section (evidence documented to support your thesis), an Outlook section (what you think will happen with your thesis over the next 3-6 months), an Implications section (if you are correct in what you say in your outlook, what does that or could that mean to policymakers?), and an Alternative Analysis section (identifying assumptions that your thesis is based upon). Intelligence Assessments should be no more than 2 pages (double spaced, 12-point font). Substantiation Section — This section provides evidence (in bullet point format) to support your thesis/conclusion Outlook Section — This section discusses how you think the issue you’ve identified will evolve/change over the next short period of time (usually a few weeks to maybe a few months) Implications Section — This section discusses that if you’re correct in what you say is likely going to happen within the Outlook section, what does that mean? What are the implications for the city you live in or for the USA? This section comes from the writers mind. None of the materials given to you will necessarily assist you in writing this section. This comes from your brain. Alternative Analysis Section — This section identifies assumptions upon which your thesis is based and describes the potential outcomes if those assumptions are not valid or are incorrect.