This chapter discusses the most important duties of intelligence analysts, namely, the preparation and conduct of briefings. It explains military intelligence briefings, the instruction coupled with the practical exercises, if adhered to and mastered, are applicable in any vocation, particularly the law enforcement community, since it is a paramilitary environment. Written intelligence reports will be developed and distributed but in light of the critical nature of the mission itself, briefings are mandated by virtually every commander. Operations in law enforcement are not unlike operations in the military and they require a level of planning that is similar too if not specifically like those in the military. In the military environment briefings are used to explain and instruct, thus, the principles addressed are perfectly comparable to the law enforcement and business environments. One of the most highly debated areas of intelligence analysis, especially among analysts themselves, is the role of the analyst involved in making predictions.