Intelligence Department

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USS NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENTS
CMD STRATEGIC OPS CONN ENG SEC TAC INTEL MED SCI M.A.C.O. Soldiers M.A.C.O. Operatives M.A.C.O. Flight CIV
"Starfleet Intelligence"
Intelligence Department
Department Colors:

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Officers:

2

Enlisted:

8

Senior Officer: Prator Paylor
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The Intelligence Corps is responsible for gathering and deciphering information and presenting it in a way that a Commanding Officer can understand. The information can come from a variety of sources including starship logs, operatives and contacts.

The Intelligence Corps is part of Starfleet Intelligence (SFI) and is under the jurisdiction of the Head of SFI and Starfleet Command.

Summary

The Intelligence Department is part of the so-called Support Departments on ships and starbases along with the Diplomatic and JAG Detachments (if present). The primary goal of Support Departments is to provide the Command Staff with vital information regarding the current mission or situation.

Duties of an Intelligence Officer

Intelligence Officers support combat operations - performing and overseeing the analysis and merging of collected intelligence, and producing assessments to meet operational requirements. Responsibilities include exchanging and collecting intelligence with other services, agencies and governments, and analyzing data to advise planners of options to accomplish objectives.

Intelligence Officers evaluate mission accomplishments to determine remaining adversary capability and requirements for retargeting, and coordinate intelligence estimates and analytical activities. They coordinate input to intelligence operations plans and orders, and advise commanders on threat systems deployment, tactics and capabilities, and vulnerabilities. They also provide intelligence support and assist in the planning and execution of information warfare.

Positions & Roles

The Intelligence Department is composed of 10 people. This department is responsible for gathering and deciphering information and presenting it in a way that a Commanding Officer can understand.
The department is led by the Chief Intelligence Officer who reports to the Executive Officer.

Command Positions

The Command Team is comprised of 2 officers.

Chief Intelligence Officer
Officer QTY: 1 He/she is responsible for gathering and organizing information and/or intelligence and presenting it to those with a need to know. They are a department head and report directly to the CO or XO, though they may have reports for the other department heads. They offer advice on ship/base operations especially in times of conflict or covert operations or when facing the unknown. They are responsible for maintaining a network of contacts to gain that information, whether they be Starfleet assets or outside sources. They are the information specialists. They are expert in all aspects of the intel team.
Assistant Chief Intelligence Officer
Officer QTY: 1 Assists the Chief Intelligence Officer in gathering of intelligence and/or information. Assumes the responsibilities of Chief Intelligence Officer in times of absence or incapacity of that officer. Oversees intelligence projects when the CIO is unable to provide direct supervision. They have a familiarity in all aspects of the intel team.


Intelligence

Senior Analyst
Enlisted QTY: 1 This NCO is responsible for the thorough analysis of Intelligence information as

it becomes available. This means partly organizing, partly evaluating reports and presenting it to an Intelligence Officer, who will decide the importance of it. S/he has to read through every information to perform her/his duties well.

Communications Analyst
Enlisted QTY: 2 This NCO is responsible for the thorough analysis of Intelligence information as

it becomes available through communiques and monitoring all or specific frequencies. This means partly organizing, partly evaluating reports and presenting it to an Intelligence Officer, who will decide the importance of it. S/he has to read through every information to perform her/his duties well.

Sensor Analyst
Enlisted QTY: 2 This NCO is responsible for the thorough analysis of Intelligence information as

it becomes available through sensor data gathering. This means partly organizing, partly evaluating reports and presenting it to an Intelligence Officer, who will decide the importance of it. S/he has to read through every information to perform her/his duties well.

Cultural Analyst
Enlisted QTY: 1 This NCO is responsible for the thorough analysis of Cultural Intelligence information as

it becomes available. This means partly organizing, partly evaluating reports and presenting it to an Intelligence Officer, who will decide the importance of it. S/he has to read through every information to perform her/his duties well.

Analyst
Enlisted QTY: 2 This crewman is responsible for the thorough analysis of Intelligence information as

it becomes available. This means partly organizing, partly evaluating reports and presenting it to an Intelligence Officer, who will decide the importance of it. S/he has to read through every information to perform her/his duties well. This position is the most common in the Intelligence Department, small departments sometimes only include one Intelligence Officer and one Analysis Specialist.


10 people (2 Officers and 8 Enlisted) make up the Intelligence Department. The following are the Key Positions.

  • Chief Intelligence Officer
  • Assistant Intelligence Officer
  • Specialized Analyst

To read more about these roles, and the other roles in the intelligence department, please see this Main Article or visit the appropriate subdepartment.

Intelligence Policies and Procedures

Intelligence Information

Command Functions

Notable Places


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